Boho VS. Grunge Style

Is it boho or gypsy grunge? If you do like bold clothes, then you might like this boho vs. grunge style what is edgy, tomboy and 1970's inspired. This style is all about attitude and rock’n'roll spirit. It has uniqueness what is seen in long fringes, leather, denim, stripes, rips, chunky footwear and awesome accessories. It's like marrying the 1970's with Tomboy looks. If you are not sure what to style with this look, then you might be interested to look through these Polyvore sets and find your favorites. I've put together outfit ideas below using all those details and essentials what give edge and individuality to its wearer. You might find here simple tops teamed with anything from maxi skirts to distressed jeans and cut-offs looking perfect for weekend parties and music festivals. I would love to hear your thoughts about these stunning outfits, please comment below:

Boho VS. Grunge Style (1)

We see a vintage inspired tee paired with light blue denim shorts, cuffed espadrille sandals, tortoise sunglasses, silken scarf and fringed pouch bag.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (2)

If it's quite freezy outside, then you might like to try on this outfit that consists of a khaki green parka, striped top with spaghetti straps, high-waisted indigo denim shorts, miniature satchel bag, mannish flats and Clubmaster eyeglasses.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (3)

Keep it simple but unique wearing a simple light grey tank, relaxed fit black shorts, denim shirt, floral flats and wide-brim hat.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (4)

The striped slipdress with spaghetti straps looks casual styled with black accessories, including fedora, fringed backpack, chunky sandals and rounded sunglasses.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (5)

The ripped light blue boyfriend jeans look awesome styled with simple white tee worn underneath crochet white sweater and teamed with camel wide-brim hat, cool booties and spacious tote bag.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (6)

How about making it look extravagant? Try on striped sweater, high-waist flared skirt, chunky strappy black sandals and see-through plastic eye-glasses.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (7)

Simple black slipdress looks great with denim jacket, espadrille sandals and black fedora.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (8)

Cuffed ankle-ripped jeans look awesome with tribal print poncho and suede espadrilles.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (9)

Black cocoon dress is worn underneath light mustard cardigan. Love the high sole shoes and black rounded sunglasses.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (10)

Another Tomboy inspired look that consists of distressed jeans, navy tank, grey fedora, patent black leather booties and miniature shoulder bag.

Boho VS. Grunge Style (11)

Ripped cut-offs look terrific styled with simple tank top and cool shawl scarf.

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