3 sustainable bohemian skirts to release your inner hippie. Whether you’re obsessed with the 1960s and 70s or just left your heart at Coachella, chances are you’re someone who can appreciate a bohemian ensemble.
There’s just something about long flowing or tiered skirts and dresses, peasant blouses, tunics and fringe that you can’t help but love.
The style hit an all time high in 2005 and was exemplified by Sienna Miller, Kate Moss and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
As far as modern boho style icons go, it doesn’t get much better than Florence Welch.
The lead singer of Florence + The Machine can usually be seen wearing wide-legged pants, ethereal gowns and even milkmaid braids, giving her a fresh bohemian look all her own.
And while there are many essentials to putting together a bohemian wardrobe, there’s one piece that stands out from the rest – a good maxi skirt.
Here’s 3 great bohemian skirts to release your inner hippie. All from sustainable brands.
Artemis skirt from Gudrunsjoden
This voluminous skirt is made from an organic cotton-silk blend with an elastic and drawstring-adjustable waist. It’s a generous fit and can be paired with anything from white t-shirts to ankle boots.
Tiered Boho Skirt with Pockets from Soul Flower
Keep the bohemian vibes going with this tiered boho skirt from Soul Flower. It’s ethically made in Nepal and is 100% viscose. The drawstring, elastics in the back and pockets at the sides made this a must have item for your boho wardrobe.
White Stuff Ines Crinkle Woven Maxi Skirt by Ohh By Gum
This is a bit of a modern take on the boho skirt with its rich blue colour. The brand Ohh My Gum believe in wearing good quality fabrics that feel nice against your skin and are good for the Earth.
3 sustainable bohemian skirts to release your inner hippie