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Good quality boho/festival/hippie/psy clothing

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Fedupandpoor Thu 23-Apr-20 19:30:23

I love hippie style clothing. Harem pants, crochet tops, long skirts and those patchwork jackets with long elf hoods.

I'm not keen on the very extreme style or anything too tight or revealing. I have a few bits I've found on ebay or Etsy but the quality is usually awful. Cheap cotton that fades after 1 wash or sometimes just falls apart completely. Does anyone have any recommendations on decent retailers?

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EllaPaella Thu 23-Apr-20 19:36:47

Bit pricey but nice stuff

Fedupandpoor Thu 23-Apr-20 19:36:57

An idea of what I'm after.

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CatBatCat Thu 23-Apr-20 21:57:06 - traditional Nepalese cotton hippy stuff. They've got a big selection and they're one of the main wholesalers for the UK. - pricey but beautiful. They're hoodies are so soft and comfy
Samuelfarrand - amazing psy art designs - classic staple, ok price for ok quality.
Forgotten - lovely prints and the pants are comfy.

OldPodge Thu 23-Apr-20 22:01:41

I was going to suggest Forgotten Tribes. Nice quality with ethical production so not cheap. Some things I found aren’t as nice as they appear in the pictures though so have sent the odd thing back.

Fedupandpoor Fri 24-Apr-20 08:14:40

Oh what lovely stuff! 😍 Free People is a little out of my price range but I found lots of 2nd hand bits on ebay.

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User18492725204065241 Fri 24-Apr-20 08:25:25

Blue anemone is a brand on etsy with lots of lovely pieces, all made to order. I have two blouses and they are fantastic quality, and they've recently started offering payment plans which makes it more affordable.

Honsandrebels Fri 24-Apr-20 12:40:06

Spell and the Gypsy collective are amazing but v pricey new- look at eBay
If you are under a size 10, gunne sax was a label in the 70s that made beautiful hippy gear- very small sizing but loads on eBay.

VenusClapTrap Fri 24-Apr-20 14:44:39

Brand Alley always has loads of Free People stuff with about 50% off.

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