4 Fundamental Music Festival Style Tips

The sun is shining longer and the weather’s starting to warm up which means that the music festival season is upon us. You want to show up in style, but at the same time you want to be as comfortable as possible. Here are some style tips that we have compiled to help get you ready for the season.

Ensure Comfortability


 
Whether it’s dancing the night away or moving from stage to stage, you’re going to be on your feet for hours at a time without rest. Depending on which festival you’re going to the grounds are going to be huge, which means you’re going to be doing a lot of steps. As long as you’re wearing the right kind of shoes on your feet, this problem shouldn’t be too much trouble for you.
 
Try wearing footwear with the minimal amount of heel, or even sneakers of a low-top variety, trust us, it helps vastly.

Don’t Overdo It


 
Music festivals are all about their mellow vibes, so your outfit should try and reflect that. Don’t try too hard stacking layers on top of layers in your outfit, you’ll either have too much clothing, or look like too much of a try-hard, both things you want to avoid.
 
A great tip to keep in mind would be to scour thrift stores for anything cool and vintage looking. Experiment with going out of your comfort zone, that’s what it’s all about!

Don’t Forget to Accessorize!


 
You’re going to be outside for a majority of the time, which leaves you open to the weather changing at any moment, so you’ll want to be prepared. Throw in a hat to match with your outfit, you can use it for multiple functions like shielding you from the rays of the sun or even a momentary shower.
 
Backpacks and bags may seem unnecessary, but you’ll be thankful that you have something to store extra clothing and accessories in when you’re not using them. Alos, don’t forget those shades as well, you’re going to need them.

Have Fun With Your Outfit


 
Music festivals are the perfect occasion to switch up your style, so have fun with it and try out outfit combinations that you wouldn’t experiment with on a regular basis.

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