Bohemian Gyaru is a microstyle of gyaru and the larger bohemian worldwide trend. It is often confused with, or combined with, Mori Gyaru. Although images of the style exist, it's Japanese title, if any, is unknown. It may be that this microstyle was only named internationally, and instead existed as simply a trend with the larger Gyaru umbrella.

This style is also occasionally referred to as "saike" gyaru in international circles, a title that has also been used within Japan to describe a futuristic style of gyaru opposite to the style.

The Fashion[edit | edit source]

Bohemian gyaru is considered a "one-off" fashion by most gyaru, and never saw much success in the mainstream. However, the style is still occasionally worn by some.

Keeps traditional gyaru hair and makeup, but adds traditional bohemian fashion. Due to this, the stereotypical gyaru heels are replaced with sandals and flats, while bright gyaru colors are replaced with more natural and earthy tones. Stereotypical bohemian headbands and loud prints are popular within the style.[1]

Magazines[edit | edit source]

Although no magazines catered to this style, occasionally street snaps and images of the style would pop up across magazines catering to Gyaru fashion. One specific example is EGG.[2]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]


  1. "Bohemian Gyaru." The Gyaru Wikia. February 9, 2016. Retrieved August 26, 2020 from
  2. "What is saike gyaru?" Tumblr post. April 29, 2014. Retrieved February 4, 2021 from
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