Boho Winter Style: How to Wear Boho Outfits in Winter

The key to staying warm in winter is to layer up. To style your boho winter outfits, embrace cozy knits, cardigans, and outerwear and layer over your favorite dresses, skirts, and jeans. One of my favorite things about wearing bohemian chic clothing is that you can mix vintage pieces with new styles to create a look that matches your personality.

You don’t have to tuck away your favorite floral maxi dresses and flowy skirts just because the temperatures start to drop. Reach for your favorite boots, blue jeans, shearling jacket, bohemian style hat, and cozy knits and sweaters with fringe detailing.

Here’s how to style boho chic outfits in winter.

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Boho Winter Fashion Australia

Winter Mood Board: Show Me Your Mumu Jacket | Free People Layering Top | Jadon Boots | Free People Ankle Boots | Beige Sweater | Salty Crush Cardigan | Lack of Color Hat

How to Dress Boho Chic in Winter

Outerwear – While wearing more clothing is going to add more layers of protection, avoid over-layering. You don’t want to end up looking a bit frumpy. Mix prints and statement pieces like a warm winter coat to get you through the season.

Boots – Protect your feet from the elements by wearing comfy boots in winter. Whether you prefer ankle boots, knee-high boots, or combat-style boots, keep your toes nice and warm and save the sandals for summer and spring. 

Midi + Maxi Dresses – Wear basics, like a long-sleeve top under your favorite bohemian dress to transition from season to season. Want to elevate your boho outfits this winter? Slip into a comfortable oversized knitwear and a flowy skirt for the ultimate boho vibes look. We also love neutral tones and chunky knits.

Accessorize – In winter, think beyond statement jewelry and leather fringe bags for boho fashion ideas. Style your boho-chic look with a wool hat, scarves, and knee-high socks to wear underneath your over-the-knee boots.

Boho Style in Winter 

Boho Winter Outfits

All About Layers: We’re crushing over this burnt orange top and Indigo dress. Skip the sandals, and add ankle booties. If you need another layer to brave the cold, add a leather jacket, coat, or leggings underneath.

Shop Maxi Dresses and Maxi Skirts.

Boho Oufits Winter

Boho Chic Winter Clothing | Outfit Inspiration: Whether you’re working from home or heading to the office, stay warm in a long cardigan with fringe detailing.

Shop Cardigans, Chunky Knits, and Outerwear 

Boho Clothing

Boho Winter Outfits: Nail the monochromatic look by wearing a neutral color from head to toe like a boho dress with boots that match.

Shop: Wool Hats, Belts and Scarves

Where to Buy Affordable Boho Clothing Online 

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Three Bird Nest

Free People

Amazon – Check out my fav Boho Styles in my Amazon Store.

Boom Shankar

Anthropologie – Shop the Sale!

Revolve

Show Me Your Mumu

Nordstrom

You may also like: The Best Boho Online Stores To Elevate Your Wardrobe

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Conclusion

Whether you mix and match your favorite prints or wear earthy tones from head to toe, have fun creating and styling your own boho winter-style outfits. Accessorize with belts, scarves, and boots to complete the look.

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How to Style Boho in Winter

6 thoughts on “Boho Winter Style: How to Wear Boho Outfits in Winter”

  1. Oh my god. I love your style so much. I’m currently living in France, and style is the top priority to fit into the culture. I’ve been worrying about what to wear for the fall/winter and this was sooo great to read and see. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. I love these ideas, especially the last monochromatic tan one! I love wearing a simple outfit and just throw a cute sweater over it, so this is the perfect post. I will definitely be trying to replicate these outfits! Thank you so much for sharing!

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