Is there really such a thing as bohemian shopping? Would bohemians as culturally defined accept shopping or reject it? Well, I suppose if one were a pro-shopping bohemian in search of a special something, or trying to outfit themselves as a bohemian or add bohemian flourishes to a look - it could be achieved at free people. The clothing line and shop is a subsidiary of Urban Outfitters, Inc. and has been around in some iteration or another since the 70s. I recently got their new catalog in the mail and was reminded of their leanings. It is full of tea-dyed (in appearance, most likely not in practice) tunics, embroidery, leather jackets and pants, wooly sweaters, boots, tribal (inspired, surely) jewelry and prints. Of course, I am missing some things from the catalog but the point is bohemian styles abound. Also of note, Anja Rubik is stunning in the look book.
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