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WHAT TO WEAR: Upscale Festival Look

WHAT TO WEAR: Upscale Festival Look

As spring transitions into summer, music festivals dominate the scene all around the world. No matter your favorite genre, there’s a music festival for you! One of the most popular styles around the festival scene is Bohemian; embodying comfort and ease. If you’re wondering how to stand out among the crowd of countless textures and colors this season, this Fashionista has styled the perfect look.

Continuing to channel a Bohemian style, this outfit takes on a muted tone giving it an elevated feel. Culottes have seen a rise in popularity this season, and what makes this pair of culottes unique are the pleated detail and the camel color. They are an ideal piece to wear, because the movement and basic color create a relaxed look. A solid color thin strapped crop top or bralette perfectly compliments a statement piece such as these culottes. Wearing a form-fitting top balances the volume of the culottes, creating a flattering silhouette.

Accessories are the key to making a look complete, but to successfully style a Bohemian look it is important to stay minimalistic. This Fashionista kept her look polished by choosing a few basic pieces of jewelry and a statement belt. Choker style necklaces are a well-known staple in any Bohemian style look, but hanging charms give this style necklace a cute feminine feel. This coin necklace brings traditional elements into a modern look. A few simple silver band rings were the perfect touch to accompany a bolder necklace. Choosing a statement belt tied together the crop top and culottes and gave this look a western flare. This Fashionista finished off her look by choosing a pair of peep toe booties. Giving the shoe that is typically worn in the fall a warm weather twist.

Music festivals are filled with Fashionistas wearing a rainbow of bright colors and crazy patterns, but if you want to stand out in the crowd you should go back to the basics. Embrace the comfort of Bohemian style, and choose staple pieces in muted tones to create an upscale festival look.