Spring and summer is the perfect time to go out to music festivals. Coachella kicked off festival season already this year but we have tons of festivals to come.
I’ve been asked many times already what people should wear to a festival. My answer? Nothing. Okay, maybe not really but festivals are a place for crop tops, bralettes as shirts, short shorts, no bra and sometimes even no shirts. “Nudity is a must at festivals.” Couldn’t have said it better myself Alexa Chung. It’s so true. And the more festivals become popular, the more it becomes true.
So what if you’re not in the mood for showing off everything that you have to offer? Here are some festival trends you can’t go wrong rocking.
Crop tops. Crop tops can be super cute, especially when they are paired with high waisted shorts. I especially love the halter, tie back, triangle-type crop tops. A little less modest but super cute, especially for festivals.
Fringe. Anything with fringe is the perfect thing to wear to a festival. Fringe tops, fringe kimonos, fringe boots, fringe purse, fringe anything. Just don’t go overboard and wear all of the fringe in your closet all at once.
Doc Martens. You’ll most likely be trekking through mud and who knows what else so these Doc Martens are guaranteed to protect you and they are super cute paired with every outfit. They are definitely more of a grunge boho look which is totally in this year.
Flowers crowns. The classic that is practically always associated with festival fashion. I hope these never go out of style because they look great on practically everybody and they are the perfect accessory to pull together an outfit and really give off that festival vibe.
Fanny packs. I remember walking around with a fanny pack when I was probably 4 or 5. I wish I had kept the thing ’cause they are making a comeback. Definitely more controversial to wear since people either seem to love them or they hate them but festivals are the time to push the limits. I, personally, love them and they are super handy.
Chockers and bangles. Take me back to the 90’s. Chokers brought back in through grunge fashion can also complete a boho look. You can go complete grunge with the classic elastic black ones or there are some cute, girly ones. Either way, checkers add to a boho look and as I always say, accessories really pull together an entire look. Festivals are also a great time to load up on the jewelry and I strongly recommend bangles. A mix of chunky and thin will make you look super boho and look like you’re a festival pro.
Floppy hats. If you’re somebody who likes to accessorize, floppy hatsareboth practical and fashionable. They can easily beaded to any outfit to give that instant bohemian vibe and pull together the outfit making it perfect for summer festivals.
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