Dressing for a festival gives you the chance to unleash that inner wild child!
Fringe is a pretty much a festival staple. The perfect thing about it is as soon as you incorporate it into any outfit it screams summer fun and unshackles that free spirit within you! I’m personally a huge fan of fringe and will happily wear it everywhere and anywhere but I know there are plenty of people who don’t feel the same way about it is as I do. So dressing for a festival gives you the chance to unleash that inner wild child! I went for this fringe belt as I love the layering look it gives.
I’m a big fan of this dress, I think it’s such a practical little number plus it has a rather lovely price tag (click HERE to check it out)! I have a feeling this is going to be the dress I gravitate to for pretty much everything. It’s so light, easy to move in and such an effortless piece to throw on. Plus it’s the perfect length, i.e. not too short. When you start creeping into your late 20s mini dresses sadly start to become a thing of the past! Even though I’ve cinched it in with quite a big belt and it has ridden up a bit I still don’t feel uncomfortable it in.
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Ankle boots (or wellies) are my go to shoes for a festival and if they’re cowboy themed, well all the better! Never ever wear sandals even if it’s hot, hot, hot because your feet will end up filthy and trampled on leaving very sore toes! Aside from those practical reasons, boots and dresses together is also just the best look ever!
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Outfit details: Dress – SheIn (find HERE) | Belt – BCBG (find HERE or very similar HERE & HERE on SALE) | Jacket – Joseph (similar HERE & very similar HERE) | Boots – Toga Pulla (similar HERE & HERE which I’m in LOVE with and really want!)
As I said in my last festival inspo post, leather jackets are always a good choice on those chilly evenings (read all about why HERE) so I threw on this jacket I’ve had since my early teens, talk about a true oldie but goodie!
Photos taken by Jessy Papasavva