I have never quite had a style. I grew up being told how to wear my hair - having haircuts, and perms forced on me even in my teen years, including a huge blowup with my mother about how I wore my hair to the prom. I ran away from home and went to live with an aunt and uncle when I was 16 (for a short while), and left the house with only the clothes on my back. When my aunt took me clothes shopping, I nearly had a breakdown in the store because I didn't know what kind of clothes I even liked. That was a pretty profound moment in my life - the realization that I never fully developed as an individual in many ways. Even now when I hear people describe me - knowing it is me that they're talking about, I often don't recognize myself. I was taught not to think for myself, need anything, disagree, etc.
Okay - before you think this is about to end in intense self-psychoanalysis, it really is about a purse. I just had to give you my back story, summed up to say - I don't know what my "style" is. I do know some simple things: I love to be barefoot and loathe shoes. I prefer natural fibers. I prefer earth-tones, or at least colors found in nature. I abhor bright, floraly prints. I love things from India strangely.
I have been in the market for a purse for a couple of months, since I broke the zipper on the purse I've been using for over a year. I didn't want just a regular purse - I wanted one with a "messenger bag" style that would allow me to throw in a book, notebook, planner, and maybe even my laptop on occasion. I hadn't had much luck when I looked around - even online. Yesterday I went into World Market (I love that place!), and was immediately drawn to this bag that was everything that I wanted. I was a bit concerned about the gold threaded design on the outer fabric, but it has grown on me. It holds everything I could want it to and then some. I just love it. One of the best things was that it was HALF OFF!
I think it would be considered Bohemian - I'm not sure if I would consider that my style - but I love it!