Who to Follow on Instagram for Boho Style Inspiration
ICYMI, Coachella is no longer an all-you-can-eat buffet of boho style inspo. In fact, this year festival-goers went for more club-thot type of attire.
But what’s a boho girl to do if she can’t look to Coachella style round-ups for cute ‘fit ideas? Well, that’s what Instagram is for.
We’ve rounded up some of our fave boho bloggers who will keep your feed cute, summery, and full of wardrobe inspo all season long.
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If you like boho because it reminds you that the west is the best, give Sara a follow. All of her outfits seems like they’d look great with a cactus behind them, and she balances out girly and edgy in a perfect way.
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When we think Belen, we think boho and bright – and also lots of clear blue water. She’s Barcelona based and always rocking a tropical print with a postcard-perfect backdrop.
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We love Shannon Barker, and you will too. If you don’t hate-follow her for her perfect bikini bod, you’ll love-follow her for the effortless California cool girl style she rocks.
Alex might make you spend all your money on travel, bikinis, and music festival tickets. But then again, you probably already do that.
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We wonder if Jasmine will let us borrow one of her ruffled maxi dresses?
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You probably know Olivia Culpo’s name, but did you know she’s got a killer Instagram style game? Well, now you do.
Is it just us? Or is every boho style blogger based in LA? Leore Hayon is no exception, and her page is full of style inspo and gorgeous no makeup shots.
Bunny is a little less Reformation and a little more tie-dye, but her dreadlocks are sick and she slays.
Rocky proves that being boho doesn’t mean you can’t be a little thotty, and we love her for that.
Pamela’s style spills over a little from boho into hippie-chic territory, and we can’t get enough.