Boho style is a fashion trend that's been around for a few decades now, born out of the 1990's counterculture grunge style and made chic in the early 2000s when stars such as actress Sienna Miller and model Kate Moss began sporting the look. It became a classic look for summer music festivals, now known as "festival wear," for its carefree vibe and nod to fashions worn by those who attended Woodstock.
The term "boho," technically translates from the French word "bohemian" or "Romani Gypsy" from Bohemia (now the western part of the Czech Republic). In American culture, it's become synonymous with a certain look that pulls from styles of the late 1960s and 1970s to represent a free-spirited, artistic lifestyle. Another word to call it might be hippie or flower child. But if you say "boho" to almost anyone these days, a certain image comes to mind for both fashion and home décor.