If there’s one jacket that makes me think “boho style” it’s a big oversized faux fur coat. I think it’s the glamour and absurdity of it, as if the boho goddesses rifled through their Grandma’s closet and dusted off an old fur. But instead of wearing it with a gown like Grandma, they threw it on over jeans and a peasant blouse.
Back in the day we would have been talking about a real fur jacket, but now if you’re into boho you’re likely against wearing fur so designers have helped us out by creating faux fur pieces to get that same dramatic affect, without the moral issues. So that being said, wear your coat with confidence, over dresses, skirts, jumpsuits, jeans, leather pants, peasant blouses. A faux fur coat is a statement, go-to piece that can be worn with basically everything else boho in your closet, but here are two ways to style it for that extra boho feeling.
This look is Margot Tenenbaum meets Rachel Zoe. With all the ’70s styles out there, I had to work in a jumpsuit into one of these looks and pairing it with a faux fur jacket made complete sense. The rest of the outfit just fell together. A turban style headband (an obvious choice), burgundy ankle booties, and jewelry with hints of green to bring another color into the mix. This is the epitome of carefree boho swagger.
It felt nice to end this boho month with a little rock-n-roll badass boho. Leather pants, motorcycle boots, edgy jewelry, are all But then kinda soften it with bohemian details like a suede floppy hat and romantic lace peasant blouse in bottle green. While the outfit is incredibly cute on its own, it’s the black faux fur coat that completes the look with playful touch of the dramatic.
– Julia of Style and Cheek