In case you haven’t yet noticed, I’m usually not all that partial to the more mainstream “festival style” or “boho fashion,” and usually opt for more independent designers and artists (I like to call them “artisans”) found at transformational or conscious festivals like Lucidity or Lightning In A Bottle. Every time I see a more mainstream ad for festival fashion I often cringe a little, since so many of them to me seem fairly unoriginal and cookie cutter. Plus, I love supporting the small, struggling artists a whole lot more! However, I’d be lying to myself if I said I didn’t appreciate art in all its forms, and I also understand that my style of festival apparel may not appeal to everyone. So, when I received a newsletter from Revolve, one of the best online retailers for upscale contemporary style, about their latest Festival Vibes edit, I decided to give it a look and share my favorite pieces for those of you who may not connect with me on all of the hippie, nomadic stuff I love to share!
Crochet is always a common theme in festival fashion, and I have to say I like it when it’s done well. These pieces below are so cute, especially the Tularosa Bell Sweater below, as well as the MAJORELLE Mikah Top and MAJORELLE Mikah Skirt. Of course, this because they’re black…my preference. Also, the X by NBD Calypso Dress is something I’d keep in my closet for any occasion! Denim is a staple everywhere, and I had to include the GRLFRND Karolina High-Rise Skinny Jean as a perfect laid back piece for easy style. I always love band tees (although I prefer to actually like the bands I wear emblazoned on my chest), and a good bag is a huge staple! I don’t carry handbags at festivals, as I like to keep my hands free for dancing and hugging, so a good utility belt or belt bag is a must! The Lovestrength x REVOLVE Penny Belt Bag is a great stylish bag that would fit any of these pieces shown on this post.
Here are my favorite items from Revolve’s Festival Vibes edit!
Shop the entire Festival Vibes Edit from Revolve here!