Although the warm weather hasn’t quite hit, music festival season is upon us! BestFan was able to check out the new GUESS spring/summer music festival collection. We were able to get some outfit tips from Erin O’Brien of FLARE magazine and she had some great ideas for how to dress for this summers hottest festivals.
Layering is not only in-but great for festival weekends since the mornings and evenings tend to be a little cooler. Wearing a chambray button down over top of any loose fitting tank top can easily be taken off and tied around your waist if the weather is warmer.
2. Tribal Print
Unique prints are always a great statement piece -be it a hat, pants top, scarf, shoes etc. Tribal print in particular adds a vintage-boho vibe to an outfit -Tribal print is definitely on our radar this festival season.
Denim is a classic material that is perfect for transitioning your look from day to night. Denim is also be a great neutral. We have also seen a variety of embellishments on distressed shorts such as colourful gems, studs, lace and camo overlays. How cute are those denim-camo short shorts? (below)
The boho-hippie style, woven flower headbands and turban tie-dye headbands are a great accessories and a great DIY.
Not just popular for hair anymore ombre has moved into denim vests, colour pants and T-shirts. Ombre pieces are great to pair with simple prints or bold colours-especially neon!
6. Distressed Pieces
Ripped jeans and torn up t-shirts add a grungy laid back feel to an outfit and are another great DIY project.
This is your chance to get creative! Adding embellishments to pieces you already own is a great way to create a unique and custom piece. Check out the embellished denim shorts on the model below.
The boho look is never complete with out an outrageous amount of jewellery. Less isn’t always more in this case but less might be more comfortable in the sticky humid summer weather. Be sure to wear a cute cross body back or bright coloured back pack to put your accessories in if you decide to take them off.
We have seen fringe on crochet and jersey tops, bottoms, bags (below), shoes and even accessories. Fringe is a great statement to add to an outfit and another great DIY to some old concert Tees!