Music festivals are notorious for many things, but most notably, they’re known for heat.
Dressing for festivals can be tricky. Everyone wants to look the best they can while enduring long days and unnatural amounts of sweat.
The biggest piece of advice I can offer is to wear the least amount of clothing socially acceptable and to utilize loose fabrics.
Patterned, loose pants are all the rage at festivals and for good reason. They’re vibrant and make a statement in an outfit but don’t suffocate your legs. Pair a plain crop top with them, and you’ve got a comfortable, cute outfit for the day.
High-waisted shorts are also a solid choice at festivals with either another crop top or even a cute bralette.
Festivals are a great place to break out the over-the-top accessories and makeup. They add to a look without extra clothes weighing you down.
Statement rings and necklaces are a great way to elevate your outfit. The environment at festivals is usually a no-judgment zone, so the blue lipstick wouldn’t be too bizarre or out of place.
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Music festivals are the perfect place to wear exactly what you want to and express yourself in any way you see fit. The music is great, the people are laid back and admiring your own and other people’s outfits is just one more perk of the whole experience.
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