The Best Boho Brands: Bohemian Styles You’ll Love

Loved by free spirits, beach lovers, and rule breakers, Bohemian Style embraces flowy fabrics, mixed patterns, and a laid-back eclectic style. Want a boho-chic style wardrobe? These are the best boho brands to put on your radar.

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The Best Boho Clothing Brands 

When it comes to Boho Style, there are no rules. Embrace colorful patterns, bold colors, and mix and match pieces in your wardrobe and home decor to show your unique Bohemian style. Planning a trip? Need something to wear to a wedding? Want to style your home with new decor? These are some of my favorite boho brands from Australia and around the world.

Free People 

Free people boho clothing

The Free People style embodies femininity, courage, and spirit. This OG favorite has been an institution for bohemian fashion since the 70s. From tropical dresses to graphic tees, this bohemian clothing brand is all about loose-fitting styles and statement pieces for the girl who lives free and exudes style wherever she goes.  


This female-founded conscious and sustainable bohemian brand is mindful of its impact. Crafted in 2006 in California, Cleobella creates timeless boho dresses and collections by hand. “From the beginning, the vision was to offer globally inspired products that uplift the cultures and traditions of the artisans, creating them.”


Designed for the creative-minded woman who embraces her own style, Anthropologie is a boho style destination carrying women’s clothing, accessories, beauty, and bohemian home decor. 

Spell & the Gypsy Collective 

Boho Clothing Brands

We can’t get enough of Spell Designs! Once you slip into one of their boho dresses, rompers, or cozy knits, you’ll understand why. Born and designed in Byron Bay, Spell & The Gypsy Collective embodies the Bohemian spirit to the fullest. Conscious clothing is a top priority, and the designers (two sisters) are committed to using sustainable practices and fibers in their collections to reduce their impact on the environment.

Salty Crush 

Boho Spring Dresses

Searching for affordable boho clothing? Salty Crush has the best selection of boho dresses including Jaase styles. It’s your go-to space for true to modern boho chic (+ non-maternity dresses to wear while pregnant.)

From flowy maxi dresses to dreamy playsuits with exotic prints, this Australian boho brand is effortlessly feminine, elegant, and affordable. 

Salty Crush: Modern Bohemian Affordable Style


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This Australian Bohemian fashion label features must-have maxi wrap dresses and a collection of bump-friendly styles for pregnant mamas. Need something to wear to a wedding? Their wedding guest collection is filled with beautiful pieces to choose from.

Christy Dawn

Christy Dawn is committed to practices that honor Mother Earth with their sustainable, ethical and timeless collections.

“A dress can only be considered beautiful if the process used to produce it preserves the integrity and beauty of the Earth and her people. When deciding what to wear, we have an obligation to consider how it’s made and the impact of that process.”

Christy Dawn

Show Me Your Mumu 

From beautiful boho bridesmaid dresses to must-have rompers, denim, and maternity styles, this Venice, California based ethical brand is your one-stop online shop for all things boho-chic style.

Amuse Society

From eclectic prints to bold solid pieces, Amuse Society carries everything from dresses to totes for a perfect day at the beach. If you want to achieve the ultimate boho look, this boho brand has essential pieces to add to your collection. We’re currently crushing on their chunky knit sweaters. 


Boho Brands: Accessories

Lack of Color 

Best beach Hats

Time after time, Lack of Color produces the must-have hats of the season that boho girls can’t get enough of. From the Lola Cap to the Zulu Rancher, this Australian label designs sought after timeless accessories in various styles and colors. They’re one of my favorite brands, and my hat collection is growing. 

Beach People – Boho Aesthetic for the home

Want to infuse bohemian style into your home decor? Invest in bold colors and fun accessories like Desert Palm prints and unique wall hangers. Decorate your home with vintage goods, rustic materials, and plants to transform your space into the ultimate bohemian escape. 


From day to night looks, these are some of the best boho brands to add to your collection. We love supporting local businesses, especially those committed to an ethical and sustainable journey. When you shop via these affiliate links, you won’t pay anything extra, but you’re helping support my small business and this blog. Thank you for your support! 

What are your favorite boho clothing brands?

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25 thoughts on “The Best Boho Brands: Bohemian Styles You’ll Love”

  1. I love mixing boho pieces with either sweetwear or prep! I had of course shopped at Free People and Anthropologie but never heard of these other shops so thank you for putting me on to them!

  2. Ah definitely my favourite style of clothing! I just wish that I had the confidence to pull it off like these girls do. Wonderful list of places to check out though!

    Ashleigh –

  3. You should check out Mother Earth Macrame. She has just launched some boho clothing/beach wear pieces. With some more coming soon! All handmade in South Australia but shipping all over!

  4. BOHO! My favorite type of style. Great info on some brands I wasn’t familiar with! I can’t wait to check them out. Thanks girl! XO

  5. Boho style is so fancy and confortable at the same time, you can’t not love it <3 In Colombia one we have Rapsodia which is boho style too and very trendy


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