WHO WE ARE
Boheme Collective is your local and online lifestyle oasis.
A coveted blend of clothing, accessories, jewelry, gifts, beauty, and homewares. The collective is a place to discover and be inspired, and most importantly a place for women to embrace their bodies and feel empowered by what they wear.
We thoughtfully source product from around the globe, to bring you a beautifully diverse collection of designer must-haves and affordable grabs. We’re also proud to champion and showcase local Okanagan and Canadian brands. New styles arrive daily and the collective is constantly changing - there is always something new to see! We curate the collective with you in mind.
Boheme, as a brand, represents those of us that celebrate individuality. Choosing what we wear and how we wear it, based on how it makes us feel. We do not conform to trends - we make our own.
Boheme Collective is a family run business, it’s personal, authentic and we keep our customers at the heart of everything we do. We pride ourselves on creating a space where you feel taken care of and free to explore your own style.
We care about developing genuine relationships with our customers and staff, celebrating local designers and investing back into our community.
Established in 2014 in Kelowna, BC (previously known as Ginger Lily) Boheme has become a fashion treasure trove for locals and visitors alike. After launching our online store in 2019 customers from all over Canada are now able to shop the collective too!
We look forward to your first or next visit at Boheme!
Here at Boheme Collective, good karma is at the root of our company ethos. We are strong believers of ‘what goes around comes around’ and that we should all do a little more to help one another. Therefore our motivation is not only to do great as a company, but also to pay it forward and do more to help others - together.
Collective Karma is our project created to support the work of inspirational local charities and non-profits by donating a percentage of every sale we make, donating new clothing and volunteering our time. As women in business we want to harness this collective energy and promote women supporting one another. We believe that this project should start within our local community, so we have chosen two Okanagan based organisations that we truly believe in. To find out more about Collective Karma and how you can be involved - click here.