Fashion, like history, has a way of repeating itself. The chunky sneakers and “mom jeans” that were out of style last year are all the hype today. But even through all the cyclical changes of fashion trends, there is one style that only seems to grow more popular with age, the beloved bohemian.

While its origins are still up for debate, some even date it back to the French Revolution, the floral prints, maxi dresses and embroidered accessories that we most associate with the style come from its resurgence in the 60s and 70s. Today, the boho style has continued to evolve. We still see the motifs and details of the Woodstock era, but with a fun, modern twist. We asked a few of Park City’s fashion-forward boutiques to weigh in on the freshest bohemian styles. Each one gave us their favorite boho-inspired piece hand-selected from their summer collections. Spoiler alert—they are all divine.

Chelsea Gardens Kimono by Johnny Was

Bohemian meets modern flair in the one-of-a-kind Chelsea Gardens Kimono from designer Johnny Was. Its floral patterns and leopard print pair to create an eye-catching design that can be dressed up or down to fit your mood. Style with flared jeans and a boho blouse for a drink with friends or over a fitted dress for a night downtown.

Flaunting a flattering tiered construction, impeccable stitchwork and premium silk fabrics, this button-down kimono creates a sense of movement and effortlessness. This kimono is just one of the beautiful pieces you’ll find in Cole Sport’s summer collection, chosen for its electric colors, bohemian aesthetic, premium artistry and long-lasting materials. Complete the look with some beaded drop earrings, chic flats and a leather fringe crossbody bag.

Bali Citrus Skies One-Piece

This statement-making tropical floral print jumpsuit provides the perfect amount of shape where you need it and flow where you want it to make this your new go-to summer outfit. A sweetheart-neckline, ruched bodice detailing, puffed sleeves and a smocked waistline give it a laidback, throw-on-the-go feeling. Cut-out features on the sides and a billowy leg silhouette add extra shape and a bit of flirt. In a comfortable linen-blend fabrication, this easy jumpsuit has everything we want to see in a bohemian piece: whimsical and floaty fabrics, funky patterns and artful contrasts of color and style. Its sophisticated construction allows you to customize this jumpsuit in several ways to fit your mood with an adjustable cinch-tie neckline and optional on or off-shoulder.

Free People is acclaimed for its ability to curate pieces that are the perfect combination of timeless class and current style. The Bali Citrus Skies one-piece takes the current boutique jumpsuit fashion trend and adds the perfect amount of bohemian flare to help you look polished and fashionable without sacrificing comfort.

Appliqué Floral Knit Cardigan by SundayUp

Every summer enthusiast needs a throw-on sweater handy in case a daytime meeting turns into an afterwork date. We found the perfect one for you to sport this season: the appliqué floral knit cardigan by SundayUp. Its practical yet flattering shape, bright and retro colors and classic 70s flower motifs check the “statement-making” box every bohemian wardrobe needs. You can find this piece at Fernweh Lifestyle Co. in Midway, where each item in their summer collection is chosen not only for its any-occasion wearability, but for how well it fits their mission to provide clothing that helps their customers embrace their free-spirited side both in life and fashion. The team at Fernweh Lifestyle Co. suggest pairing this eye-catching sweater with a pair of flare pants and a fun hair piece for a compliment-worthy outfit just waiting to be rocked this summer.

benja. dress by ba&sh

Inspired by the 70s, this whimsical, yet elegant, floral and paisley midi-dress from French designer-duo ba&sh is equal parts timeless and Parisian chic. Crafted using a combination of tiered, flowing fabrics and solid-color band outlines to add structure to the bust and waist, you’ll look effortlessly stylish without sacrificing comfort. Its elegant v-neckline, short flared sleeves and a long shirt-dress style button placket are universally flattering, making it a summer staple for any bohemian wardrobe.

Benja borders the line between casual and formal, which means you can go from frolicking through the wildflowers to enjoying a lovely dinner on Main Street without requiring a wardrobe change. You can find this lively piece at Chammomile Park City, and while you are there slip into some comfy slide sandals, add a woven handbag and voila your bohemian outfit is complete.

Sitting Bull Moccasins by Magnolia Pearl

One of our favorite trends in the new wave of bohemian fashion are hand-crafted, statement shoes. And if we are talking about the latest style in shoes we have to look to Midway’s L.A. Dresden’s Boutique. Owner Leigh Ann Dresden is known for curating a stunning collection of unique, artisanal clothing and shoes for all styles. This summer you will find a variety of bohemian pieces like leather Sitting Bull Moccasins from designer Magnolia Pearl Clothing.

Drawing from the origins of the flower-child trend of the 60s, Magnolia Pearl Clothing builds on the classic moccasin staple by adding modern details like intricate floral bead-work and customizable ankle-straps. Each pair is then distinctly crafted with natural fabrics and beautifully hand-beaded designs creating a final product that is truly one of its kind. Once you put them on you’ll have a hard time wearing any other shoe—they’re that comfortable. Plus they look great with just about any look, so it won’t take much to justify never taking them off.