In today’s era of conscious consumerism, bohemian fashion style is more than a way of dressing; it is a lifestyle.
In this article, I’ll take you on a sartorial journey and introduce you to 15 affordable Boho-chic clothing stores curated for offering boho-chic garments, footwear, and accessories for all tastes, body shapes, and budgets.
Each clothing store in this list is perfect for those who adore flowing silhouettes, earthy tones, and a metaphysical touch to their appearance.
From hidden gems offering boho-inspired clothes to well-known, accessible brands, this article is your gateway to discovering chic, budget-friendly Bohemian style apparel online.
1. Lucky Brand
Regarded as an American Boho classic, Lucky Brand’s design philosophy is simple: “Designed to be worn forever.”
The brand makes excellent boho-chic shirts, jackets, activewear, and dresses while supporting several philanthropic causes and donating a percentage of its monthly sales.
Launched by the Australian designer Rachel Evans in 2005, Minkpink fosters young talents and their creativity and craft while preserving the rare art of Aboriginal tailoring.
With a simple design philosophy based on what she would wear, Minkpink has become one of Australia’s top 5 boho-chic brands.
Minkpink’s maxi dresses and boho beachwear are my go-to for a chic, fashionable, and enlightened style.
3. MISA Los Angeles
MISA Los Angeles must be on your favorite boho brands list if you love that relaxed holiday feel.
Launched in 2016, the brand is deeply inspired by the founder’s love for travel, art, and design.
Many loving hands touch each garment — some with over 50 steps — to bring the collection to life each season.
The brand offers breezy boho dresses and skirts hand-made from airy fabrics and confident prints.
Love them for their unique detailing and colors, leaving you daydreaming of an exotic holiday in the sun.
4. We Are Kindred
From all the stores like Anthropologie we know, stocking Bohemian styles, We Are Kindred has the most unique story.
Launched in 2013 by Lizzie and Georgie Renkert, the brand draws from over 30 years of collective experience to create flower-power-like clothes with rich embellishments and bespoke prints.
The designers use their experience in fashion magazine editing, design, buying, and development to create rustic luxury with a touch of bohemian flair.
This Australian label celebrates nature harmony with aesthetics depicting femininity, sensuality, and a free-spirited soul.
5. Spell – Spell
From the idyllic beachside town of Byron Bay, Australia, and known as Spell & The Gypsy Collective, Spell is one of the few brands like Free People with a modern-bohemian style.
Inspired by far-off places, vintage treasures, and childhood memories, Spell’s boho designs allude to dreams of freedom, hippie vibes, spells, and wilderness.
Spell’s feminine dresses are oozing of turquoise love, florals, and age-old laces, whispering to your childhood.
The brand taps into that sense of nostalgia, beauty, and freedom that compliments the female spirit.
6. Wolf & Badger
After wearing many of their garments, I can safely say nobody loves denim as much as Wolf & Badger.
I love this store for the excellent boho pants, jumpsuits, shirts, and dresses made of super soft denim.
The overall vibe is rustic yet comfy, like old-style flannels and vintage joggers.
Launched in 2007 as a Web search engine, ShopStyle is a digital shopping platform owned by Ebates.
ShopStyle lists over 15 million products across apparel, accessories, beauty, and home furnishings from a global network of 1,400 retailers.
ShopStyle is also the commerce engine behind ShopStyle Collective, a network of 14,000 bloggers and social media users who use ShopStyle’s platform to earn money from the sales they drive to retailers.
I recommend the platform to see what’s new and what boho clothes people buy or want the most.
Everlane’s clothes and accessories are quality crafted with attention to comfort and sustainability.
Everlane’s collections focus on denim, ensuring anything you choose matches beautifully with the good old pair of blue jeans.
Moreover, since jeans couture is at the core of anything that Everlane does, the brand sources its denim from sustainable sources.
While stores like Anthropologie get a lot of love, most Boho buyers ignore stores like Zalando.
But, from all the stores on this list, Zalando is the only one that stocks European boho clothes like flared jeans, tie-dye sweatshirts, and French-vib staples.
I consider Asos the hidden gem of all Bohemian fashion and the home of casual boho-chic style.
ASOS stocks some of the most amazing bohemian dresses out there, even compared to Free People.
So, try ASOS if you’re looking for a balloon sleeve mini dress in a multi-paisley print or a puff sleeve smock midi dress in patchwork prints.
Topshop is another affordable alternative store to Anthropologie that curates some of the latest boho-inspired garments on the market.
Stocking several Boho looks and variations worldwide, the store is particularly good at finding fresh releases.
If you’re after the latest hippie-inspired dresses and rustic graphic tees that match well with ripped jeans, you’ll love Topshop.
While Zara doesn’t advertise any Bohemian clothes, the Spanish fast fashion giant has collections that even stores like Free People and Anthropologies envy.
Zara’s wraps, pleated skirts, and floral dresses match well with other lines of true boho-meets-business fashion.
Also, Zara’s prices are much more affordable than most Bohemian clothing stores in this article.
By some fashionistas, H&M is a competitor to stores like Princess Polly.
But while stocking a lot of bohemian clothes, what makes H&M unique is the blend of floral prints and embroidery with streetwear-style clothing for that extra glamorous punch.
So, if you’re looking for clothing that makes you stand out from the crowd, save a search for this must-have store.
14. Nasty Gal
Nasty Gal is a cheap fashion retailer and, with the occasional 50% off, a great spot to find amazing Boho-chic deals.
But, if they don’t have any discounts when you visit the store, you should wait and recheck the next day.
Boohoo is an affordable online retailer from the UK and a cheap alternative to stores like Free People and Anthropologie.
I have found Boohoo boho-style clothes versatile and ready to match everything I already have in my wardrobe.
So, if you’re looking for boho essentials and are on a budget, this store is for you.
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A University of Oxford graduate in Design History, Katherine Saxon is researching arising TikTok cultures from a consumer psychology perspective while covering emerging aesthetics in fashion and beauty for TheVOU, Forbes, Business Insider, and more.