Bohemian rhapsody

Our latest featured Boho Festival look  is one of our own Frockery favourites and is especially popular at the height of the summer festival season.

Boho has become an enduring trend that has managed to defy the vagaries of the fickle fashion industry for the past decade and looks set to continue.

Although Kate Moss was  arguably first to embrace the current incarnation of boho chic,  Sienna Miller was largely responsible for reinventing this quintessentially 70s look and bringing back the bohemian to our wardrobes.

The Monsoon  brand, which has both ethical and ethnic inspired fashion at its core and is the epitome of boho chic on the high street, continues to grow in both popularity and profitability,  replicating the success of Laura Ashley in the  original boho era, the early 70s.

Boho is not always easy on the eye, encompassing at it does a cacophony of colours and plethora of prints, but it is an easy look to create and equally easy to wear. While money may be no object to Sienna and friends, boho budget chic is also easy to achieve for the rest of  us ordinary fashionistas.

Here is one example look from our catalogue:  boho ethnic maxi skirt (£15); boho green linen top (£9); Moroccan leather bag (£10); wooden boho earrings (£5), ethnic leather mules (£8). And you must never forget the festival wellies (£12)!