Bohemian Jewellery



      Bohemian Jewellery FAQs

      Boho jewellery is a style that originated from bohemian culture—described as free-spirited, tribal, and ethnic. True to its origins, boho-style jewellery gives you the freedom to mainstream fashion. It sets you free from the type so you can experience a different style.

      Today, bohemian describes someone with an unconventional, often dismissive, view of social structures and traditions. Modern boho jewellery encompasses trends from the beatnik and hippie eras when the cultural aesthetic was similar to the bohemians and still represents a counterculture spirit.

      Earthy hues paired with neutrals or warm and cool colours create an exciting boho colour palette. Yellow, browns, white, green, blue, grey, and red are popular bohemian colours.

      Bohemian jewellery styles are defined by a lack of structure, opting instead for carefree layers of pattern, texture, and colour. While there are some standard practices with the bohemian look, there are no hard and fast rules like modern or minimalist ones.