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June 16th, 2016 at 2:07am

As we just begin June, many are witnessing not only climbing temperatures but also climbing prices of music festival tickets. Although attendees obviously come for the performances, this huge sticker price also gives Fashionista/os the opportunity to observe some of the amazing boho-chic street style that accompanies each act.

Dressing for festivals is all about the unique intersection of fashion and functionality. Not only do you have to look your best but find ways to feel your best too, despite the long days on your feet and in the blazing sun.

This Fashionista is using the time leading up to Pitchfork Music Festival as an opportunity to try out some trendy concert wear. From Coachella to Bonnaroo, lace bralettes have been seen everywhere. Pair one with a slim and sleek bodysuit, and you have a comfortable yet stylish outfit to rock in the summer heat. Sneakers, too, are an easy way to incorporate a practical option into your festival attire. Black Converse are one of many options that will keep your feet cozy while enduring any mud or puddles you may encounter. Finally, ditch the clunky handbag and throw your essentials in a small but sturdy backpack to keep your hands free and your belongings secure. Having to cling to a clutch all night will not only detract from the night’s events but also runs the risk of getting lost in the bustle of the crowd.

One Simple Change: Switching out the high-waisted shorts for a pair of equally high-waisted jeans will elongate your legs and fit perfectly with a pair of black heels for a girl’s night out. The curve-hugging feature of the bodysuit and bralette will not only flatter your figure but also keep you from getting snagged on anything while you hit the dance floor.