Music festivals have become a modern runway, so we could say that they have become a highlight for the fashion industry, that’s why I thought that for today’s post I wanted to share my thoughts about music festivals and of course the little number that I would possibly wear (
I’m only missing the layered necklaces, temporary tattoos and the over-used flower crown).
I found my top in Zara and I’m pretty sure that you can still get it, plus it’s on sale.
The funny thing is that I have never attended a music festival, I love concerts, but I have never experienced a festival, but it’s on my bucketlist. I’ve been dying to go to Coachella, I’m hoping that maybe next year I get to go. Lollapalooza and Governors Ball also seem amazing! I guess that as long as the lineups are great, nothing else matters much.
Of course fashion represents a big part of these kind of festivals, but I wouldn’t dare to even talk about the subject if I wasn’t into the music that is played at such events, it can get very annoying to realize that most of the people at the festivals are only there to be seen, to spot celebrities (not the ones from the bands though, I’m talking about Leonardo DiCaprio and Kylie Jenner kind of thing), and to get drunk, some people don’t even know a single band in the lineup and that is honestly depressing.
Now, back to fashion talk, everybody talks about how “basic” festival attire has become, but the way I see it there’s no better place to wear certain clothes. Halsey (an awesome singer) wore a freaking bikini during the first day of this years Coachella, you cannot just show up wearing something like that to any other kind of concert or place for that matter, unless its the beach or a pool party (
you can, but it would be weird).
I don’t think that I could be as bold as all those celebrities and models to wear “barely there” clothes to music festivals, but I really like the whole festival look vibe, so when I saw this super cute top I just had to get it. I chose to pair it with normal denim shorts, but this kind of top would also look really great with high waisted jeans and some sort of head band.
I also noticed that the fashion at festivals like Governors Ball is completely different from the style normally used at Coachella, I guess it’s because of the location, the first is in New York while the other takes place in California. People that go to Governors Ball wear a more “urban” feel, and honestly I can’t decide which one I like best.
If you want to to more ideas and tips on how to style crochet tops you can check out the post I made at “The Haute Mess by Ashley Tisdale”, you can check it out here.