The Best Boho Brands from Europe You NEED to Know about

Meet the best boho brands from Europe

After doing my last blog on the best bohemian brands from Down Under, I've been getting a lot of requests for a blog about only brands from Europe. And I completely understand why. Nothing can spoil your day more than getting your favorite dress from Australia or the U.S. with a big import tax fee attached to it. Luckily Europe has some very nice bohemian brands too. So without further ado here is the list of the best boho brands from Europe! Enjoy!


Best Bohemian Brands For Fashion


This is your number one stop if you like to have all the boho brands under one roof. Think of brands like Miss June, El Vaquero, Moost Wanted, Isla Ibiza, and many more. But you can also find your favorite bag from Mahiya here and your maxi dress from Jaase without the nasty import taxes when you shop from Australia. You can find the entire collection of clothes, boots, and accessories from IbizaMode here. Shipping from the Netherlands.

Aurobelle Ibiza

This hippie brand from the island finds its inspiration on the beaches of Goa and in the sunsets of Ibiza. Vibrant colors, feminine fabrics, and an amazing bag collection as well. With three shops on the island of Ibiza, an online store, and also Etsy, you shouldn't have trouble finding your perfect boho dress.

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The Hippie Shake

Discover 70s vintage clothing at The Hippie Shake. If you love that 60s and 70s style this is the store for you! Looking for those amazing Penny Lane coats? Look no further. The Hippie Shake ships from the UK.  Click here to see the entire collection. 



Another great brand from the island of Ibiza. With a wide selection of boho dresses, boho chic skirts, and much more you are sure to find something to satisfy your hippie's heart. And not to forget; very affordable too!


Although FreePeople is an American brand they recently added a European online store to their site. This makes us boho girls very happy. Now you can shop all your favorites directly from the right site without having to fear those huge import duties. Click here for their latest collection.


Best Boho brands from Europe

Fetiche Suances

Fetiche is another great online store you have to check. This Spanish brand does not only hold European brands but also great names like Mahiya and Spell Designs. Again if the prices scare you go straight to the sales page to look for a good bargain.


With love from Scandinavia. This Swedish hippie brand holds everything from romantic tunics, bold jewelry, and macrame bags. And all at very affordable prices. Don't forget to check out their boot collection as well! You will love it.

Joe Browns

One of my more recent discoveries from the UK! This brand has an awesome bohemian coat collection you will love. If you are more into a more everyday boho look you will love them! Don't forget to check out their cardigan collection. I spotted a very nice crochet one!


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Odd Molly

This is another one of my favorites from Sweden. Odd Molly doesn't do fast fashion and is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation and focuses on sustainability. Their clothes are of high quality and are designed for the boho chic girl. Having problems finding the right boho style in winter? No need to worry anymore. Odd Molly has a perfect winter bohemian collection as well.


Another great brand for your online shopping is Asos from the U.K. They have beautiful bohemian brands like FreePeople, Reclaimed Vintage, Kiss the Sky, Love of Lemons, and much more. And very importantly, no hassle with import fees.

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Bohemy Shop

With love from Spain! This shop is the best shop for dresses, the perfect 70s-style waistcoats, and bags. If you are a fan of those crochet coats you will not be disappointed. Probably one of the first bohemian stores I discovered and it's still one of my favorites.

The Bohemia store


If you are looking for gypsy-inspired beachwear or a more luxurious St. Tropez feeling this is the brand for you. Outdazl is located in the U.K. and they ship internationally.


One of my favorite small brands from Spain. Unique hand-painted bags and jackets and the most fabulous fringe gilets. Click for the entire collection of LolaGuarch here

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The Best European brands For boots


For the best hippie vibes from the island of Ibiza. Every boho girl's dream. Ships worldwide. If you are ever on the island of Ibiza this is your number one stop! But not to worry… you can also shop their bohemian collection online.

Karma of Charme 

Oh, la la! This family-owned company is one of the best new ones out there. Boho chic boots to love! I first spotted them on the island of Ibiza, but they come from Italy. High-quality boots in the most beautiful color and with stunning details.


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El Vaquero

I wasn't sure if I wanted to add this brand to the list because they are really expensive, but OMG, their boots are every's boho girl dream!! This Italian brand has been on my wish list for years. Think knee-length suede boots with lots of details. These boots are not for the faint-hearted but if you like to make a statement this is the brand for you.  See for yourself 🙂 They ship worldwide and you can also find a big collection at IbizaMode (see above)




Hope you enjoyed my list of the best boho brands from Europe! This blog will be constantly updated! Please feel free to drop your own favorite brand below in the comments!

xoxo Yvon



  1. Belén
    September 15, 2017 / 11:05 am

    Hi!! Great post!! I think you don´t know my brand yet!! If you would know it, you would have included it in your list for sure!!
    I would be really pleasent to invit you to come to my atelier and introduce to you our brand. I follow you and I am sure you will like it!!
    You can write to me to to make an appointment.
    We only receive clients and bloggers in private visits.
    Check my web or my face or Instagram BelénBoheme.
    Look forward to hear from you!!
    Have a nice weekend!!

    • Berta Portilla Campos
      January 24, 2022 / 11:16 am

      Que lindo es volver a sentirte joven,gracias ,gracias por darnos todo esto a nosotros los mayores que vivimos todo eso y asta ese momento eramos libres,hoy siento mucha nostalgia de esos tiempos Los felicito de todo corazón

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  3. Laura Coulson
    January 11, 2022 / 8:20 pm

    My fav boho store is Stone Circle in the UK, they do fab clothing for all body shapes and sizes!! 😀

    • January 12, 2022 / 10:09 am

      Thanks for sharing Laura! I love their style, but the only color they have is black. Not sure if I’m a big fan of that. xoxo Yvon

    • Laura Coulson
      January 27, 2022 / 9:34 am

      Ahh they have regular drops every couple of months with new colours and styles, they have a green one coming out this weekend, and I reckon there’ll be lighter colours over the summer! 😀 I bought a purple flowery one last year and love it!!

  4. Marketa Salfiti
    May 6, 2022 / 10:16 am

    Love your articles, its always so refreshing. We welcome you to visit our new online Boho & Feel Good Fashion @laberintocollection. We really hope you will love our designs –

  5. Linda
    April 16, 2023 / 2:08 pm

    Hi Yvon!
    I’m Linda from Austria and i really like your articles 🙂
    Maybe you can answer me a question, I want to buy some Free People clothes via the European online shop, but I’m not sure if I have to pay import duties, because I think it’s a UK online shop and there are import duties to pay from the UK, so I’m not sure about this… I wondered if you could help me out 🙂
    Thanks a lot! Love & Peace

    • April 16, 2023 / 4:00 pm

      Ohhh that’s a good one! I never paid any extra duties when ordering from FreePeople and I always make sure I order from the European site, however…. I’m not sure how the situation is now after Brexit!
      Most brands include the import duties directly into their prices.
      I contacted FreePeople for you but they say the import duties are always the responsibility of the buyer but nothing on Brexit. Again I never experienced any trouble but be careful.

      Hope this helps you

      Xx Yvon

    • Linda
      April 16, 2023 / 7:26 pm

      Ok, thanks for answering, I will give it a try ☺️

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