From the 1848s appeared Bohemian idioms. At the time, the Bohemian were those who chose a simple lifestyle, rejecting the lavish lifestyle of the emerging bourgeoisie.
Bohemian women are often bohemian and liberal. They chose loose earth dotted long dresses with striking colors that are dyed and hand-painted. The freedom of freedom is expressed in both saying “no” to the brace and they are also not eager to corset in the chest. A prime example of this Bohemian woman is Jane Morris, the muse of the painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti.