What the Boho? The Hipster Trend at Bluefly

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The Lowdown: What used to be boho (ala Mary Kate Olsen, circa 2007) has recently emerged as “hipster” — and while we understand that this renaming of trends allows for maximum recycling of looks in the fashion and retail industry, we also understand that we are hopelessly full-on suckas for said trends. We do insist, however, that there’s a way to make it modern and do it on the cheap. So what’s so new about this boho/hipster/retro bohemian, etc. etc. trend? There’s a luxe factor this time around, and to that we say: we’re in.

The key to the 2010 boho hipster look is in the details — modern cuts (more fitted, less muu-muu and crochet plant-hanger) and colorful jeweled accessories. And to avoid the danger of taking a trend across the line to full-on fashion disaster, don’t wear all your boho-inspired pieces together; pick one or two and pair with simple basics to be chic, not cheesy. Don’t know where to start? Check out these quality (and discounted) budget designer pieces from Bluefly.com.

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Our Picks:

Bohemian Trend
1. Torn Tribal Rainbow Top, $49.99
2. Shyla Cafe Wool Button Front Capelet, $59.99
3. Miz Mooz Brown Oiled Suede Studd Studded Boots, $59.99

Bohemian Accessories
4. AV Max Gold Jeweled Dome Cocktail Ring, $45.99
5. Josefina De Alba Brown Beaded Mystique Bracelet, $49.99
6. AV Max Brown Tortoise Print Lucite Large Bangle, $29.99

Hipster Trend
7. Qi Oak Cashmere Taylor V-Neck Dress, $134.99
8. Joie Army Jersey Cropped Harem Pants, $71.00

Bohemian Trend
9. Corso Como Dark Chocolate Studded Suede Farran Flats, $65.99
10. Grace Hats Brown Knit Moss Watch Beret, $35.99

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