How to kill it during festival season

Glastonbury and Coachella may have passed us by, but festival season just started, meaning the summer is still promising to bring sun, music and friends, all wrapped up with an unmistakable vibe that only music festivals can provide. And obviously you’ll want to look as amazing as you can in the mud and (hopefully) sun.

As festivals have become prime streetstyle photo ops, the last thing you want is to look like a walking clichê – so let’s skip the daisy-and-feather headpieces and dive into fresh festival style.

We’ve selected some inspiring street style pictures from festivals all around the globe featuring ladies who stayed true to form and kept floral chic alive, unpredictable fashionistas who choose to put their trust in the midi, as well as chicks who went for black to rock it. Check them out:


(Nothing But) Flowers


Paint It Black


 Long Way Down


Feeling inspired? Take a look at our non-obvious findings  and stay cool at any festival. It doesn’t matter if you are going to enjoy T in The Park or bang your heads hard at Summer Breeze, these three looks have got you covered.


festival_look_1 Shop this look:

1- Crochet Kimono – at New Look

2- Oversized Tee – at BruceHeart

3-Vintage Shorts – at Forever21

4-Ella Nude Boots – at Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather

5-Moxy Crossbody Glacier Bag – at Mat and Natt

6- A Dead Coffin Club Sunnies – at Valley Eyewear



Shop this look:

1- Mary Meyer Organic Cotton Zero Waist Dress – at Shopethica

2- Statement Floral Embroidery Jacket – at Asos

3-Classic 8 Eye Vegan Docs – at Doctor Marteens

4-Tulip Crossbody Bag – at Angela Roi

5-Ray Ban Clubsmaster – at Ray Ban



Shop this look:

1- Leo Romper at Nasty Gal

2- Motto Fitted Denim Jacket at Topshop

3- Delphine Flatform – at Free People

4- Round Sunnies – at Vivienne Westwood

5- Falabella Bucket Bag – at Stella McCartney


Cover Picture: Thomas Hawk

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Marina Colerato

Fashion Stylist

Marina is a fashion stylist from São Paulo, Brazil. She's a believer in cotton, a vegetarian and, of course, addicted to fashion. Her love is shared between her dogs, books and rock n' roll.

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