A-line denim skirt
Super simple, yet chic, the A-line denim skirt with buttons down the front seems to be taking the place of denim cutoffs for spring. And the best part? Denim is durable, so you can be fashionable without ruining your clothes at a multi-day festival.
Suggestion: ASOS Denim Dolly Button Through Skirt In Mid Wash Blue | Asos.com
No, not the regular Jansport you carry to school every day. Backpacks can look classy, and you don’t want to be toting around a bunch of granola bars and merch when you could just stick them in a backpack and get to the next band’s set.
Suggestion: Women’s dv Flap Top Backpack Handbag | Target
When it’s hot and sunny, you don’t want to be worrying about makeup more difficult than sunscreen, but a dab of a bright lipstick can make you look pulled together and brighten up your look. This one from Maybelline is moisturizing and long-lasting, while still giving the lips a pop of color.
Suggestion: Maybelline Color Sensational Rebel Bloom in Lilac Flush | Wal-Mart
I saw one of the beauty bloggers I read regularly sporting a pair of burgundy Adidas sneakers and fell in love with the look. Effortless and sporty, these sneakers would be great for an outdoor festival, where chances of mud and dirt are high.
Suggestion: Adidas Originals Campus 2 Sneaker in Light Grey | urbanoutfitters.com
When I first saw Illana on “Broad City” wearing one of these risqué numbers under a tank, I immediately got the itch to have one of my own. While they weren’t widely available for a while, caged bras are nearly everywhere now. I bought one at Forever 21 a few weeks ago, and it’s one of the best purchases I’ve made in 2016. Effortless and breezy, they’re perfect for the unpredictable climates of most festivals.
Suggestion: Caged Seamless Bralette | Forever 21