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Channel the season's '70s trend in a Bohemian off-the-shoulder maxi dress. We love this ultra-feminine style on Liz of Late Afternoon. To play up the tiered skirt, add a skinny belt.
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The best way to rock white after Labor Day is with a Bohemian maxi dress. Echo Jacey of Damsel in Dior by pairing a lace maxi dress with tan accessories for the most autumnal look—we love this one with gladiator sandals or booties.
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Don't shy away from smaller floral prints for this trend. Bohemian maxi dresses like this one on Alexandra of Lovely Pepa won't overwhelm your frame as long as the fit is flattering—a defined waist is key—and accessories are minimal.
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Flattering or elegant? How you style a wrap dress can make it look ethereal. Bohemian maxi dresses call for clever accessorizing, so save this look by Stephanie Sterjovski for inspiration. Lace-up shoes and gold jewelry are the perfect complements.
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They may not seem like the most versatile pieces on your fall shopping list, but Bohemian maxi dresses lend themselves to so many occasions. Take this ombré dress on Katelyn of Katalina Girl for example—it's perfect for the beach but can also work for a fall date night if you add a leather jacket.
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Bohemian maxi dresses with a breezy silhouette and a pretty print will transition well from summer to fall. Wear it with a straw hat and sandals like Lace & Locks, switching to a fedora and ankle boots later in the season.
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An embroidered maxi dress is your most ethereal option. Jessica of Tuula Vintage kept her look simple to avoid taking the attention off the beautiful dress. Try yours with a wide-brim fedora or a shearling jacket to play up the Bohemian style.
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Shades of Blue
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Work in a creative field? Bohemian maxi dresses can totally be office-appropriate. Check that there's coverage on chiffon styles like this one on Aimee of Song of Style, and team the dress with a structured bag and sleek boots.
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Bohemian maxi dresses will work on any body type as long as they fit just right. Use a braided belt to define your waist on a flowing, tiered style as Jessica of What I Wore did.
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Put your own spin on Bohemian maxi dresses with edgy or feminine accessories. We love the contrast between Sincerely Jules' leather moto jacket and her elegant maxi dress. A shearling vest would also make a good layer!
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Switch up your go-to weekend brunch outfit with a breezy Bohemian maxi dress like this one on Taylor of Little Blonde Book. The comfortable silhouette and the throw-on-and-go factor have major appeal.
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Negin Mirsalehi proves that Bohemian maxi dresses will even work for more formal occasions like a black-tie wedding or gala. This embroidered patchwork dress is a work of art, so go for natural makeup and minimal accessories to balance the look.
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Blue and White
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Liz of Late Afternoon's printed dress evokes a serene and effortless look. With cutouts and a lace-up front, this Bohemian maxi dress is well suited for those in warmer states. The length of the dress, plus a few autumnal accessories, will keep this outfit feeling like fall.
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For easy off-duty style this season, we'll be taking styling cues from Alicia of Cheetah is the New Black in this printed Bohemian maxi dress. Teamed with delicate layered necklaces and flats, her outfit is perfect for weekend brunch dates.
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