Your Festival Outfit Inspiration for the Summer

Summer is everyone’s favorite time of the year for pool days, vacations, and most importantly, music festivals. Although Coachella has unfortunately passed, summer gives us festival-goers many more chances to see our favorite bands live. For example, the Meadows, Panorama, Firefly, and Lollapalooza that will take place over the remainder of the summer allow us to showcase our Instagram-worthy outfits. If you’re struggling to choose an outfit to wear for a music festival, look no further. Here’s your go-to guide for outfit inspiration on what you should be wearing!

1—A romper and floppy hat. The easiest go-to outfit for any occasion is a cute romper because they’re so easy to throw on and rock. Mine is a burgundy high-cut romper with detailing along the bottom. To make a romper more festival ready, simply add a floppy hat, a bandana tied around your neck, and black fringe booties like my look. Or, you can add sandals and a fiddler cap. Whatever fits your personal style!

2—A bodysuit and shorts. If you’re someone who prefers being comfortable and casual but still wants to look cute, this is an easy look to achieve. Simply pair a bodysuit with high-waisted jean shorts, sneakers, sunglasses, and a headband. As a result, you’ll look festival ready but can easily add accessories to jazz up the look. For example, my personal favorite is adding snakeskin patterned booties instead of sneakers.

3—A blouse and denim skirt. This outfit is perfect if you are attending a festival at night or on a cooler day. A long sleeved blouse is still light enough to wear in the summer, especially when paired with a denim skirt. Also, round sunglasses that channel John Lennon are a festival staple.

Hopefully, these outfits add some inspiration for your festival outfits for the summer! You can now create the most flawless outfits that would even make Vanessa Hudgens, queen of Coachella, jealous.

What are your go-to festival outfits? Show us on social media! Don’t forget to tag @CFashionista.