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Music Festival Fashion, Pt 2

Yesterday, just in time for the slew of summer music festivals on the horizon, we took a look at the festival fashion of some of our favorite celebrity style muses. Today, it is time for a more organic approach; we’re checking out festival street style and bringing you another set of survival tips for staying chic and comfortable.


Yesterday, just in time for the slew of summer music festivals on the horizon, we took a look at the festival fashion of some of our favorite celebrity style muses. Today, it is time for a more organic approach; we’re checking out festival street style and bringing you another set of survival tips for staying chic and comfortable.

#1. Our first stylish muse headed to the Coachella Festival in a breezy, fringe & lace dress. She smartly added two festival essentials – a fedora and a pair of strong boots – to her outfit, resulting in a grunge-inspired style. For a similar look, try TFNC’s Eyelash Lace Scoop Back Dress ($71.80) in nude or black. Keep your feet dance-ready by adding a pair of Free People’s Carley Lace Up Boots ($168). Finally, protect yourself from the sun by throwing on this Straw Fedora ($38) by Tarnish.

#2. As any music festival veteran knows, things can get muddy very quickly. However, thanks to the trendsetting ways of Kate Moss, rain boots have become the footwear du jour at music festivals. Our second stylish muse, pictured at Lollapalooza, didn’t let her mud-spattered rain boots get in the way of fashion, pairing them with a plaid shirt and distressed denim shorts for a look that is festival-ready. For a stylish stand-in, try Rip Curl’s Buffalo Plaid Button Down Shirt ($45.50) with these Relaxed Boyfriend Shorts ($49.50) by Blue London Jean. Finally, get in on the rain boot look with a pair of Original Hunter Wellington Rain Boots ($115) by Hunter Boots.

#3. At Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival, our final stylish muse kept her look cool and chic by combining a lace tunic with a pair of black mini dress and lace up Oxford shoes. A low-slung hobo bag holds all her festival essentials and is perfect for storing her lace tunic if things get hot. For a similar style, grab Free People’s Scandalous Lace Top ($48) and throw it over American Apparel’s Interlock Cut-Out Back Mini Dress ($42). Add these Jezebell Jazz Shoes ($100) by Steven and then throw on this Braided Strap Hobo ($58) by Deux Lux.

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4 Comments

  1. Sherin

    March 23, 2010 at 8:46 PM

    I love festival fashion: it’s such a fun look to rock. I love the second picture. I would never go to a festival without a pair of wellies.

  2. Sherin

    March 23, 2010 at 4:46 PM

    I love festival fashion: it’s such a fun look to rock. I love the second picture. I would never go to a festival without a pair of wellies.

  3. Rhana

    March 29, 2010 at 8:23 AM

    I love the first outfit
    the link to the dress similar you posted wasnt the best.. i wish i could find a dress more similar to it
    its to diiiee for

  4. Rhana

    March 29, 2010 at 4:23 AM

    I love the first outfit
    the link to the dress similar you posted wasnt the best.. i wish i could find a dress more similar to it
    its to diiiee for

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