You know I'm crazy about Spell Designs. Which each collection turning out more beautiful than the other Spell is hard to resist. But sometimes I get that nagging feeling, that there must be some other great bohemian brands out there worth shopping at. Brands with their own unique boho style, a different style cut, and prints who are also worth your try. So without further ado;
Meet the other great bohemian brands out there
For the boho sweet girl who loves to travel with a touch of romance. Think soft colors and flowy dresses. Don't let the name fool you. Palma Australia is based in Bali, Indonesia, but they send worldwide. Shop their latest collection here.
With love from Sweden! This Scandinavian brand has been Europe's favorite for years and its following is only getting bigger. From crochet to dresses to the best in accessories! If you are having trouble dressing bohemian when it gets colder? Don't know how to style your favorites during Autumn and Winter? No worries! This brand has got you covered! Click here for the latest collection.
Another one of my favorites. With beautiful beach dresses, fun kimonos, and colorful blouses Salty Crush fashion is a bohemian brand for women, of all ages, and shapes. Next to their own label they also carry the boho brand Jaase. Ships worldwide from Down Under.
A free-spirited online boutique from the US that brings you high-quality mostly sustainable brands! What more could you want? Wild Bohém features brands like House of Skye, We the Wild Collective, Little miss Gypsy, and many more. If you grew up listening to the 70s soundtrack you will love this store. Click here to see their latest collection.
This online store from the U.S. is hard to miss. With almost every boho brand in their collection, this is the perfect one-stop place if you like to do some online shopping. Selling brands like Auguste, Faithfull the Brand, Junk Food, and many more it's hard not to find something you love. Shop the latest by Revolve here.
What is it with Australia that they always seem to have the best boho brands in the house? Meet Kivari! This once little brand from Down Under has now grown into a seriously big one over the years. With their stunning collections shot from Marrakech to Tuscana, they make every collection into a true must-have. Don't miss this one! Click here for Kivari stockists.
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Rowie The Label
If you like a more muted boho style this is the brand for you. This environmentally conscious brand focuses on natural fibers with a minimal impact on the environment. Also, something to think about when you go shopping. Shop the beauties from Rowie here.
One of my latest discoveries! This wanderlust bohemian brand from down under is not only great in fashion, but they also have an amazing collection of bags and jewelry! Very affordable and extremely good quality! What more do you want? Check out their entire collection here.
Tree of Life
I've mentioned Tree of Life before in other blogs and it's still one to focus on. With a touch of hippie, warm colors, and the most stunning dresses. Tree of Life also has a plus-size collection! Love them. Click here for the entire collection.
And last but not least. Arnhem Clothing from Australia. If they had a shop in Amsterdam I would go bankrupt in an instant! Which each collection turning out more beautiful than the other this brand is just impossible to miss. With their latest collection ‘Suncatcher' hitting the stores as we speak you will not be disappointed by this one.
I hope you like my update on some of the other bohemian brands out there. Where do you love to shop? Drop me a note and let me know!
Muah xoxo Yvon
Please tell me where I can find the dress on the bottom right (pic 5) of ‘Bored of Spell Designs? ‘ It’s georgeous.
All the dresses are from Arnhem Clothing xoxo Yvon
Do you have links to the dresses that are imaged here?
Hi Tatum! Yes all the dresses are from Arnhem Clothing xoxo Yvon
Love your expression and sharing.
So glad found you. Thanks for sharing on boHemingford chic fashion.
I live in London and only know zara, anthropology, asks, boohoo and h&m where I sometime get some nice boho piece of clothing.
Do you have any idea of any other good reasonably priced clothing shop in London?