Casual & Cool Summer Fashion
Whether you are a rock goddess or a casual observer, music festivals are a place for some of the best memories to be made and best summer fashions to be showcased. It’s sure to be a pretty casual experience, but it may also be edgy and fun to be outdoors. There’s a lot of style options to consider. You want to be comfortable, and safe – you may end up spending hours in close space with strangers – but also show some personal style that will shine through in your best summer memories.
3 staples for a music festival ensemble
So, what looks should we shoot for? We consulted style expert Morgan Cullen of RunwayDaily.com and she gave us some fabulous tips to get us started!
Look for a summer frock that is comfy, affordable and cool for warm weather concerts.
It's about comfort, making the muddy trek and stepped on feet easier to handle. That means sandals are a no-no.
You really don't want to wear a traditional purse. This option is SO EASY and hands free for cheering on those musicians.
Music festicals are about more than a fashion statement. Though we looking cute and dressing the part, it's also important to be smart. Make sure you are prepared to take on the crowds, the sun and the heat.
What's In the tote
Water bottle, lipstick, camera, solid perfume, pink polish and sunscreen necklace – we love it! It's actually a whistle too, so cheering and losing your voice, not a problem!
Music Festival Look by www.RunwayDaily.com featuring Dorothy Perkins sunglasses
Jessica Kagan Cushman My Other Bag is Chanel Mini Tote
House of Harlow 1960 - White Leather Cocktail Ring
Aerie Nautical Long Necklace
Black Cut Away Sunglasses
Fab Multi Row Bangle Pack
Black Wide Brim Beach Floppy Hat
Star Square Scarf
Petal Flower Studs
Philosophy Shelter Sunscreen For Face and Body SPF 30
Shu uemura Rouge Unlimited Pink Collection
Melissa Flagg Solid Perfume Tin
Velvet Torch Tank Dress
Monet Studded Boots
SAXÅN Bath towel
Pink Opi Nail Polish
Electronics - Wal-mart cameras
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