Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Pink Julep Picks: Festival Fashion Inspired Looks

Coachella starts in just a few days and I couldn't be more jealous of my friends who are attending! Festival fashion is in a league of its own. It's relaxed, harkens back to days gone by of hippies and flower children and yet still always manages to incorporate modern trends. If you're not headed to Coachella, Bestival or any of the other great festivals lined up for the summer, don't fret! Just because you're not pitching your tent for a 3 day glamping sesh doesn't mean you can't incorporate Festival Fashion into your summer wardrobe. Here are a few outfits I put together, inspired by my favourite festival muse, Kate Bosworth.

Pastels and bright orange are the it colors for Spring, so why not wear them together? This relaxed look is perfect for day, but mix it up with some heels for a cute night out with your friends at the local pub!

Look relaxed for Sunday brunch with friends or for a low-key date night in a tie-dyed sun dress and sandals. Adding an edgy bag makes the look a little more interesting and not too matchy matchy. Don't forget your fabulous sunnies!

Say what you will about jorts, but I think there's nothing more chic than a girl in a pair of cut-offs and a cute tank, perfectly accessorized!

A boho maxi dress look is super chic and can be very comfortable for a girl on the go or an afternoon cocktail with your girls! If it's chilly, just throw a jacket over it and be sure to rock a hot color on your toes with your sandals!

Mixing prints is hot right now and it's a laid back style that is bound to show up in photos of Coachella! I have always loved mixing florals and stripes - it's a relatively easy way to wear this trend and it's super cute! If I were going to a festival, I'd have to have some cute Western inspired boots!

What's your festival style go-to item? Are you heading to any great festivals this summer?
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