The male Jamides bochus has metallic dark blue upper wings, and the female is pale blue in color with prominent spots on the edge of the hind wings. Both have wide black borders on both wings. The underside of the wing is reddish brown with transverse buff-white fasciae, black tornal spots with an orange crown, and a long white-tipped tail on the veins 2 of the hind wings.
Larva: Jamides bochus larvae are reddish brown in color with short, smooth setae all over the body.
Pupa: The pupa of Jamides bochus is pale pink to cream in color with a number of brown and black spots of varying sizes, with a distinctive lycaenid shape.