I met Caroline earlier this year when we all started roller skating together… even though I knew of her previously through Desert Sun and for giving the best spray tans on the mountain, it was roller skating that connected us.
Caroline has an eye for curating perfectly bohemian fashion, home, and lifestyle goods, and has been selling online and at local pop-ups since 2020. A few months ago she took over a space in the Lake Arrowhead Village (which used to be Rumors Hair Salon) and completely renovated it, turning it into the dreamy Bohemian Village boutique I had the pleasure of witnessing yesterday at her soft opening!
Bohemian Village is stocked full of super cute apparel (pieces and complete looks), shoes and accessories, candles, plants, home goods and so much more. The prices are right in that sweet spot that make you want to buy everything in the store. I left with a cute black sweater and bike shorts and I’ll be back in a few weeks to check out her new inventory and stock up for winter! If you’re in the area, DEFINITELY check out Bohemian Village… it’s right next to Subway 😉
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Bohemian Village is on the lower level of the Lake Arrowhead Village, next to Subway… the back of the space faces the lake and has a little deck to enjoy it.
A new season, a new color in Lee Vintage Modern UnionAlls in ecru because you know I LIVE in my Lee coveralls. I am determined to get every color they make! Also note, I size up to a medium so they fit a little loosely on me… also, I’m 5’7″ so the inseam is too short in the small. If you’re shorter, your true size may work for you. This color does not have stretch but the denim and corduroy do 🙂