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    Blog — bohemian

    How to Identify an Authentic Embella Design

    How to Identify an Authentic Embella Design

    ... with the boho trend's rise in popularity, more bohemian style jewellery is readily available across the world. To make sure you're getting an authentic Embella design... watch out for these little design features..."

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    5 Boho Chic Styling Rules for Your Wardrobe

    5 Boho Chic Styling Rules for Your Wardrobe

    'Boho Chic' is the trendiest way to achieve that understated and free-spirited bohemian style that we absolutely love here at Embella. It can be tricky to pull off if you don’t know where to start. Luckily, we’re here to help with our five most important style rules to find your perfect boho chic look!

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    Lapis Lazuli - Libra's Stone

    Lapis Lazuli - Libra's Stone

    The stone of truth; Lapis Lazuli, is said to encourage wisdom, knowledge and memory. While it is not the traditional birthstone for September, Lapis Lazuli has been known as the sun sign (star sign) stone for Libra, and we love it as our very own bohemian stone for September!

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    Styling Sessions: Stack + Layer

    Styling Sessions: Stack + Layer

    We all crave that effortless jewellery styling, even if we’ve spent hours switching necklaces and adding rings, then moving them to different fingers. So, how do you create the perfect layered jewellery look? Bohemian styling means, quite frankly, anything goes! It’s an expression of you, your personality, so you don’t have to follow fashion rules.

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    History of Bohemian Fashion

    History of Bohemian Fashion

    The term 'Bohemian' itself began hundreds of years ago as a word that described the local eastern European gypsies, who hailed from an area called ‘Bohemia’. They were travellers who led unusual and nomadic lifestyles. Over time, bohemians used their fashion as an act of rebellion. The artist became the art. Exotic prints and textiles were mixed with historically outdated fashion, colours co-existed in bold ways that fashion had never seen before, the more embellishments the better! 

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