Dance this way for music festival must-haves.
Rock it like a prep star
Remember, even if you’re headed to the desert, 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).