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With Coachella behind us and a handful of music festivals on the horizon, our office is buzzing with music festival style suggestions and inspiration photos. I figured, why not share some with you?
Summer music festival season is one of our favorite times of years because of the creative and diverse fashions we get to see (fall is our absolute favorite!). From Western-inspired pieces to bohemian-hippie chic, music festivals have it all. Read on to see a few of our favorite looks and explanations as to why we love them, and how you can recreate the look whether you’re at a festival or not.
We love this look because of its simplicity. If the shade proves too chilly, she could easily toss on a jean jacket or light sweater and remain casually cool. To recreate this look, we recommend picking up some Ray-Ban glasses (or some look-a-likes from Forever 21), a sheer cotton tank, printed bandeau, khaki shorts, and your favorite gladiator sandals. Oh, and don’t forget to layer on the friendship bracelets!
This is a second look we love. A knotted headband helps to keep hair out of your face when it’s windy, plus it has you looking festival-ready in no time at all. Her loose fitting top allows plenty of movement while keeping in some warmth – perfect for dancing the afternoon and evening away. We imagine she’s wearing denim shorts and has paired them with slip on sandals. We’d advise to opt for a sandal with a strap so you don’t lose them when jumping around!
This is an easy, go-to festival style for a lot of music lovers. Pair comfortable moccasin shoes with destroyed denim shorts and a cropped sweater of your choosing. Finish the look off with a classic topknot and black sunglasses. This look is the ultimate in festival comfort!
This festival look is for the fashion forward music lover. Pair lace-up gladiator shoes with a girly frock, fringed bag, and statement necklace. Keep hair away from your face by tying it back in a ponytail or bun, and finish everything off with a pair of tortoise shell sunglasses. Who says outdoor concerts can’t be a fashion show, too?
What do you think, readers? Do you love our festival picks? Do you have a picture you think we should add? Let us know in a comment!