As April approaches, so does the festival season. The biggest music festival, Coachella, happens in less than a month. While admittedly I have never been to Coachella (*insert gasp here*), festival style vibes extend beyond the Palm Desert around this time of year. Here in Southern California, bohemian styles dominate over anything else. So today I am sharing some style ideas for festival season that you can wear to your favorite music festival or even just at home.
When you think about attending a music festival, the typical ideal style you think of is bohemian. Bohemian is one of those styles that is perfect for dressing up or down, for the laid back dresser or the fashionista. It encompasses florals, ruffles, sheers, pom-poms, beads… you name it. Lately, it seems like festival season has become the new fashion week. Social media becomes flooded with images of styles being seen across the festivals, and every year it seems festival style is taken to the next level. You can see everyone’s different interpretation of style ideas for festival season.
This is probably the most popular and most iconic wardrobe piece for festival season. I happen to love kimonos, especially sheer ones. They add a feminine layer to any outfit, whether you attend this season’s festivals or not. Floral kimonos and embroidered ones are also very popular. I am in love with this multi-colored ruffle kimono and think it’s perfect for the season. I also love this one and this one by the same brand, as well as this one and this one.
One of my favorite style ideas for festival season is seeing how attendees style their dresses. As someone who loves maxi and midi dresses, this season is the perfect opportunity to wear them all. I love this one, this one, and this one.
Normally I am not a huge wedges fan, but during this time of year, I find myself drawn to them. I have these ones, but I am also loving them in this color. I have these wedges and these shoes in my shopping cart, as they look super comfortable.
Will you be attending any festivals this year? What are some of your style ideas for festival season?