Dance this way for music festival must-haves.
Rock it like a prep star
Remember, even if you’re headed to the desert or dressing for another summer music festival, it may stay scorching hot all day, but nights can be downright cold. Play it smart with a lightweight layer you can wrap around your waist during the day, such as a cargo or utility jacket, and use to keep yourself warm when the temperatures start to dip. Sleek sneaks are on-trend (and oh so comfy). If ubiquitous cut-offs aren’t your thing, tailored shorts are the perfect hot-weather alternative. Just do the polka (dot).
A lightweight, loose-fitting dress is always a festival crowd pleaser. You can dance to your heart’s content without breaking a sweat. Pairing it with leather or suede booties adds texture to your look and gives it a more down-to-earth, relaxed vibe. An oversized tote with a touch of boho fringe pulls the look together and is the perfect place to stash your festival essentials: think sunscreen, a colorful scarf, even leggings and a knit cardie for chilly nights.
Get your indie-go on
A 70s staple, the denim skirt makes for a spotlight-stealing festival favorite. A little rough around the edges, it pairs well with a breezy blouse and a sweet-as-can-be pink trucker jacket. Round it out with a straw cross-body bag to keep your hands free (and your wallet, ID and phone safe). Slip on tennies, and you’re ready to jam.
Modern with a twist
Wide-leg pants are a widely popular choice for festival-goers, and for good reason. The flowy silhouette is flattering, especially when paired with a fitted knit top (tucked in) to balance the higher waist. Elevate the look with platform espadrilles and a just-the-right-size cross-body bag.
A simple pair of cropped jeans and a ladylike floral top scream timeless without your having to lose your voice. Finish the look with flat sandals in a poppy color.
Effortless and easy, that’s what music festival dressing is all about. Ask your Stylist for pieces that’ll make your heart skip a beat (or two).