Festival fashion has reached new levels, and concert venues like Lollapalooza and Coachella are no longer just about the music. Once I buy my ticket, I look forward to the artists just as much as I look forward to my outfit. Music festivals are a unique chance to show off your personal style in any which way you want. Whether avant-garde and covered with glitter or subtle with memorable details, you have to make your ensemble exclusively yours.
My outfit inspiration came from this amazing vintage bag I borrowed from my friend Patricia. It made me immediately channel my inner Woodstock and gave me the perfect starting point for my look.
My personal style was definitely represented classy and subtlety this Lolla. I focused mostly on the small details to make it really stand out. I chose jewelry from Alex and Ani and made my own, $18, DIY flower crown from Kennicott Brothers. I love the Alex and Ani line because it is meant to enlighten the mind and empower the spirit, very 60’s Woodstock.
Ripped denim was a no-brainer! It is definitely a festival must and I sacrificed one of my old pairs of Diesel jeans. With a quick few snips and rips, they were Lollapalooza ready. I paired my distressed denim with a simple black tee from H&M and my favorite pair of broken in boots.
Wearing sandals or anything uncomfortable is a big festival no! The ground is damp and there was lots of rain this year which meant lots of mud (and who knows what else!) A good festival look is comfortable, sensible, confident but most importantly, it’s true to you.