STYLE ADVICE: It's That Time of the Year Again

STYLE ADVICE: It's That Time of the Year Again

April is finally here, or “festival season” as we like to call it on the West Coast. Coachella and Stagecoach are right around the corner, meaning every store is filled with the latest desert trends. This year we will definitely be seeing a lot of mesh, roses, and vintage cut up T-shirts. However, if you are more on the sweet floral side, this look is perfect for you.

I’m a sucker for an outfit you can wear multiple ways. This Fashionista takes a printed dress and buttons it open into the perfect flowy kimono. Grab your most comfortable pair of jean shorts with a cute bralette, and you are good to go. My obsession for this look goes one level deeper because of its comfort. Let’s be real—that is always the hardest part to nail at a festival. You want to go above and beyond to look the part, but comfort should be achievable as well. Running from artist to artist in the dry heat, you need to be able to move to every song and still look flawless. Take a look through your closet and see if you can wear an old piece multiple ways. This will give your wallet a break and get you even more creative with your outfits!

These black tie-up sandals are adorable for any festival and are absolutely reusable for everyday outfits. It’s just enough boho to fit the desert look but still simple enough for class or a brunch dress. Her silver body chain stood out to me as well. By matching the silver with the characteristics on her belt, it shows her attention to detail. It adds that little extra without going overboard. I see a lot of Coachella looks that are amazing, but I would never be able to pull them off. Not only is this look easy to master, it’s easy to last all day and night in. Her bralette and hat are both in the same earth-like green tone, which is another way to add accessories without overdoing it. Hats off to this Fashionista for rocking a simple, yet eye-catching, look that would look amazing out in the Indio Polo Fields!

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