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What to Wear to a Music Festival
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It's officially music festival season and that means it's time to take some fashion risks. Whether it's mixing and matching prints or tapping into your inner rock goddess, our ETonline host, Katie Krause, wants to help you get the look right without breaking the bank!
For a girly yet bohemian vibe, she chose a short sleeved, cotton daisy dress. The yellow, orange, and red in the dress pop and when paired with tan leather sandals and a matching fringe bag, she's ready to dance the day and night away carefree to her favorite bands. She completed the look with a neon red flower crown and layered silver and gold necklaces that add a dainty and delicate touch.
If you want to feel bad to the bone, it's all about the rocker tee. Katie paired a distressed Grateful Dead shirt with black destroyed denim cutoffs and edgy black leather boots with mixed metal detailing. To sweeten up the look, she threw on a floral, ankle length cardigan and topped off the ensemble with the ever-important festival fedora.
To achieve a more classic music festival look, Katie paired a whimsical, floor-length white skirt with a neon tribal print crop top. The teal statement necklace pops and the navy crown brings out her inner flower child while a pair of colorful aviators gives the outfit a fun and funky feel.
For more comfortable festival wear, Katie spotted the cutest pair of pink, red, and purple floral harem, drawstring pants and added a simple black cropped tank on top. The black platform sandals will give you height but are still comfortable enough to walk from stage to stage. A neon beaded necklace and bright white and pink shades make the overall look more fun and daring.
If you want to feel a bit more romantic, Katie's pastel floral midi skirt fits the bill. She tried out the mixed pattern trend by pairing a botanical print with a geometric cropped top. The classic black leather cross body bag is the perfect size and the silver bib necklace makes the look even more fierce.
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Which look was your favorite? Send @Katie_Krause a tweet and let her know. And, for ideas on what to wear on a first date, watch the video below!