Festival season is upon us, and nothing beats the carefree and wild look on your summer looks. Mind behind the Hustle and Halcyon blog, Payton Sartain is a Florida-based style blogger known for her carefree and wild look whether she’s heading to the festivals, or simply showcasing her style on the streets. If you’re looking for style inspirations on your upcoming festival, keep on reading to scoop some tricks from her.
Don your unapologetically sexy outfits.
Festivals in the hot summer months are a perfect time to don your unapologetically sexy outfits. Bralettes, crop tops, bandeaus, lace up blouses, off-shoulder tops and scooped necks are some of the sexy pieces you might second guess to wear on your street looks. On the festivals, however, they’re always appropriate. Like Payton, team your bralette with a pair of denim cut-off shorts and wrap a bandana scarf around your neck for a better coverage. Rompers with plunging necklines are also festive, just finish your outfit with a cowboy belt that will do the tricks for you.
Look wild and free-spirited with bohemian ensembles.
Bohemian fashion is known for its carefree and wild nature, so wearing pieces rooted from hippie, gypsy, or bohemian roots will give a festive look to your style. Like Payton, think of a peasant or bell sleeved dress that would go perfectly with a pair of gladiator sandals. Or, channel the seventies vibe with an off-shoulder blouse worn with button-front skirt and platform sandals.
Look chic and breezy with maxi dresses.
If you’re seeking for breezy outfits while keeping you fresh on the festivals, resort to maxi dresses. Just leave those party-ready and glamorous dresses at home, and go for casual, free-flowing, and no-fuss maxis that will complete your fashion statement. Like Payton, a metallic gold maxi dress with plunging neckline and a high slit will go perfectly with a pair of gladiator sandals and tribal accessories.
Show off your festive accessories.
Complete your carefree statement with tribal necklaces, cowboy hats, riding boots, gladiator sandals, cuffs and such that can dress up your plain outfits. Keep in mind that festivals are not-so-comfortable and feet-friendly so better leave your signature pieces like stiletto pumps and expensive jewelry at home. Instead, go for stylish yet functional pieces that will make your festival looks carefree and wild.
Embrace sheer fabrics and free-flowing silhouettes.
Since festivals are usually held at open grounds and people’s parks, you might want to keep your outfits comfortable and breezy. Like Payton, opt for mesh dresses, sheer tops, chiffon dress, rayon tops, silk jumpsuits and such that will keep you comfortable and stylish at the same time. Indeed, dressing for festivals is one of the creative ways to channel your carefree and wild nature while keeping yourself comfortable at the same time.