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Festival Favorites: Must-Have Accessories For Your Next Festival



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Much like the Emmy’s or the Golden Globe’s, everyone knows that half the fun of festivals comes from the fashion displays. No matter how wild the face paint, how glittery the eyeshadow, or how impractical the shoes, festival fashion is a blast and a half. Make sure you’re still slaying the game the next time you show up with these edgy and trendy must-have accessories.

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Whether you’re a dude looking to maintain his relaxed hipster vibe or a chick trying to emulate the perfect “cute nerd” look, suspenders from Hot Topic will save your life (and turn heads). They come in a thousand patterns and styles, so you will definitely be able to find something to match the aesthetic of whichever awesome festival you’re attending.

A Chic Headpiece

If you’re still on the flower crown train, all the more power to you. But for those of you looking to freshen up your Coachella look, opt for some different headwear. There are really no rules when it comes to decking out your lid. Wear a simple ball cap with some cute embroidery, a western-style hat with a flat brim to amp up your cool factor, or even a tiara if you really want to show off. Hats are flattering and totally necessary for keeping you cool during hot festivals. If hats aren’t your thing, try a new hairstyle to add the finishing touch to your ensemble.

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Fresh Sunnies

There’s no summer accessory more iconic than some quality, eye-catching sunglasses. Plus, good ones will keep your eyes safe from all that festival sunshine. Seriously, treat yourself and add some festival sunglasses from MVMT to your shortlist. They’re always super on-trend, carry styles for both men and women, and are guaranteed to get you noticed by that lead guitarist you’ve had a crush on for years.

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Frumpless Warmth

As we close out summer and start creeping into the fall months, you’re going to want to be prepared with some sort of lightweight jacket. You definitely don’t want to look like frump in a big wool coat, so you’ve got to strike a balance. If colder weather is a guarantee, you can go with a knee-length knit cardigan or a leather jacket over a crop top. If you need something less involved, it’s always a safe bet to tie a flannel shirt around your waist. You’ll have no problem maintaining your effortless outdoor style.

Minimalist Bling

The less-is-more trend extends even into the vibrant realm of music festivals. You can take full advantage of this aesthetic without having to compromise any of your eccentric style. Some dainty, dangling earrings paired with an assortment of thin rings and bracelet bangles will portray you as classy, fun, and stylish. Take it a step further and mix gold and silver jewelry to create the illusion of more texture and layers in your outfit.

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Pack Light

Have you seen those tiny backpacks that fit all your essentials in one convenient spot? They’re so cute and totally perfect for a music festival. All you really need are your keys, wallet, phone, Chapstick, sunscreen, and a water bottle right? Having a backpack instead of a purse will keep your hands free so you can wave them in the air all night long.

Give Them Lip

What do you get when you cross fall music festivals with the trendy neutral color schemes of today’s fashion? Dark, bold, beautiful lip colors. The real secret to cracking the whole sassy-and-classy vibe is to pick a couple specific features of your overall look to focus your attention on. A pretty pout is bound to get attention and make you feel like a million bucks as you dance it out to your favorite band.

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Shine Bright

Body glitter is great and all, but have you tried rhinestones instead? Use them on or around your eyebrows, the corners of your eyes, and even your hands or collarbones. If you hate the hassle of jewelry, opt for rhinestones so you can still get the same amount of sparkle without getting your hair tangled in big hoop earrings.

Next time you head out to a music festival, try freshening up your accessory game. While it’s fun to experiment with new trends, it really comes down to whatever you feel the most confident wearing. Enjoy the tunes, meet some new friends, and let your free spirit shine!

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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