How to Style Festival Outfits
As the season approaches, here’s a go-to checklist for any music festival or rave newbies. Know the essentials to building the perfect festival outfit from head to toe worthy of an instagrammable OOTD.
Bandana: A festival piece that can keep your hair out of the way or cover your face from all the debris flying around the air. The more people, the more hectic it can get.
Flower Headband: A must-have during festivals and one of the only times of the year you can rock a flower crown, so why not?
Festival Worthy Hat: Not into florals? That’s fine too! Try a floppy hat with a wavy hairstyle for a completed look. Also dad hats are in too and keep your in tact.
Sunnies: Protect your eyes from the sun as while looking very stylish. It’s a win-win scenario.
Bralette: Add something more to your outfit by adding a lacy bralette or just wearing one on its own. Plus they’re super comfortable!
Crop Top: Choose from the latest trends featuring fringe, floral, ruffles, or lace. Then layer accessories to maximize the look.
Body Chain: One of the easiest ways to dress up an outfit without trying is by adding a body chain. Looking trendy without trying too hard!
Flash Tattoos/Body Paint: It’s your time to shine so wear as many flash tattoos as you want. They completely change the look from ordinary OOTD to festival OOTD.
Kimono: A lighter version of a cardigan that doesn’t make you too hot and also keeps you warm when it gets colder in the evening.
Jean Shorts: One of the best ways to live hassle free is through jeans shorts. Simple enough, right? If you’re not a fan of just ordinary jean shorts, make them your own by adding custom patches or distressing them.
Small Backpack– There’s no way you can carry a huge purse to a music festival. Opt for a small backpack instead. Although they look tiny, you’d be surprised how much can fit inside.
Sneakers or Comfortable Boots: You’ll most likely be on your feet for a couple of hours, if not more. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes that you’re not afraid to get dirty. Trust me your feet will thank you later.
Besides the outfit, here are some other essentials you’ll need:
- Water Bottle
- Portable Charger
- Polaroid Camera