We all love some good street style. But we also have loads of clothes for fun things like festivals that are totally not getting the attention they deserve. Sure, you bought a crochet dress for Lollapooloza, but that doesn’t mean it should sit in your closet for the rest of the year. Festival style can be just as street smart as the rest of your wardrobe.
Whether it’s pants, skirts, dresses, tops, one-pieces or jewelry, it’s easy to become street style chic with your favorite festival looks. We grabbed our favorite festival gear from OneTribeApparel, and showed off a few easy ways to make your outfit look like it’s ready for the big city, and not so much Splendour festival (which has the best fashion BTW!). Check it out.
With a dope jacket:
This is one of the easiest ways to make yourself look like you’re ready for a street style shoot. Whether it’s jean or leather jacket, or you want to sport a cotton hoodie, it adds that chillness that every street style needs. Additionally we love pairing it with OneTribeApparel harem or Aladdin pants. Furthermore, it also makes a crochet or one piece top look like it has total edge. This gives you one IG-worthy shot.
With your favorite sneakers:
Sneakers are everything this season, and can totally switch up the vibes to any look. Don’t believe us? Take a look at major celebrities like Hailey Baldwin and Rihanna. Above all, sneakers can make a dress go from fancy to fun. Pair chunky sneaker with a festival dress or pants, or some Vans with a dope skirt you wore at Bonnaroo. Kicks can make any outfit instantly Hypebeast-approved.
With trendy jewelry:
Jewelry is everything when it comes to changing the vibes of your outfit. We love a good pair of earrings that give off more of an urban feel. As a result, this is the perfect accessory for pairing with your festival looks. Whether hoops or chunky chandeliers, the right pair of jewelry creates your final street style look.
With a rad bag:
Slipping on a backpack or fanny pack just changes things – no, really. Adding a trendy bag that doesn’t have fringe, tie-dye, or a lot of print creates a more downtown feeling.
Throw some shade:
Sunglasses solve pretty much all life problems. On top of hiding our dark circles and hangovers, sunglasses help out when you want more of that city style. Throw on a trendy cat eye or color hue and watch it instantly glam up your #ootd. Additionally, you simply need a pair of sunnies in the summer, so why not make it a part of the look?
By Staci Wuokko