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Chill Bohemian Clothes to Kick Up Your Look

This season, we’re looking to the free-spirited style that channels la vie boheme. With these effortless (yet way-fashionable) pieces, you’re sure to hit all the right notes this fall. Pull on some wooden-sole platforms and take on the town.

Finally! Maxi dresses have made the transition to fall. Throw on a feminine, flowy, floral dress with a longer length to keep things classy, not to mention perf for fall weather.  Wear it with boots or oxfords to make it simply superb.
Traveling Chanteuse Dress, $65, modcloth.com

Show off your artsy style in a funky vintage blazer.  Whether you wear it loose or belted, it’s sure to make a statement.  Plus, at thrift store prices, it costs less than a t-shirt at the mall. We won’t tell a soul.

A floppy hat is classic and seventies chic.  One with fun details (ribbons and bows and feathers, oh my) adds just the right touch of sophistication.
Wool Floppy Hat, $15, forever21.com

A one-of-a-kind bag is the best way to spice up any outfit.  With a unique shape and print, this darling clutch is a definite must have. The muted hues feel oh-so-autumn.
Ecote Wool Kisslock Clutch, $38, urbanoutfitters.com

BY KRISTEN YEUNG ON 10/28/2010 5:18:00 PM

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