• Our Top Ten Favorite Festival Outfits

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    This weekend officially kicks off festival season. (Insert a million praise hand emojis here). Tens of thousands of people will be flocking to the desert for three days of music, sun, and FASHION.  Where flower crowns, belly button rings and fringe vests once ruled, authentic and personal style has now taken hold. You honestly can wear whatever you fancy... boho, tomboy, sex machine, 90s, grunge... it's all accepted in the eyes of the festival fashion gods.

    But if you are looking for some inspiration, check out our top ten favorite festival outfits. And let us know what you are wearing to the festivals this year in our comments. We want to know!

    Love this layered boho look. The desert is going to be full of maxi dresses, but this outfit stands out. 

    This is one hot look. Love the relaxed cutoffs paired with a sexy tank and choker. LOVE.

    Umm, can Bella Hadid be any cuter? This look is so effortless yet so perfect. She has sexy/cool locked down. 

    Little bit grunge, little bit simplified. This duo nailed it. 

    Long-time fan of the fest in the desert, Kate Bosworth rocked a printed one-piece with cut outs and she slaaayed. I mean, look at her shoes!

    Dying over this modern boho and romantic look. With only the addition of a rad choker and bolo, aviators, and a dark lip, she took this maxi all the way back to the 90s - but did it way better.  

    Alexa Chung and Atlanta de Cadenat Taylor rockin Chloe. Everything about this, ugh. PERFECT. 

    Love this take on a romper. Pair back romantic onesies with boots, a leather hat, and a badass fringe bag. 

    Perfect, perfect, perfect. Love the mini skirts. Love the sheer top with the army boots. Love the hair scarf and rad glasses. Forget flower crowns - wear flower sunglasses! These girls are freakin cool. 

    Talk about cool girls. Zoe Kravitz, need we say more? She's a queen. 


    +Who is going to the festival? Let us know in the comments!

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