Easter was so last weekend. Now, we are busy preparing for the summer festival season. Coachella is just a few weeks away, and the Glastonbury lineup has been announced. If you haven’t started thinking about what to wear, now is the time. Lots of brands have released festival collections this year, so there are even more options to choose from compared to last year. Zara has its Springfest Collection, and Forever 21 has its own festival range. Pulling out last year’s jean shorts just isn’t going to cut it. Get inspired with these boho pieces. And do not forget your custom Flash Tattoos.
(Related: Zara Has All of Your Festival Season Wardrobe Needs Covered With Its New Springfest Collection)
Here are 13 clothes and accessories to get you ready for festival season:
This fringed tank top will make you want to dance even more. The cornflower blue suede with delicate cutouts are a fresh change compared to your usual browns and tans.
2. Sunflower Crochet Crop Top ($28.76, Morrisday The Label)
Something in your festival wardrobe needs to be crochet. It is practically a rule. This crop top is the perfect option thanks to the sunflower design around the waist.
Cropped flares are a massive trend for spring. Plus, this turquoise print screams “festival.” Unlike your regular full-length flares, you do not have to worry about the hems of this pair getting covered in mud.
4. Embroidered Top ($39.90, Zara) and Embroidered Shorts ($35.90, Zara)
Go for co-ords! This gorgeous set is from Zara‘s new festival collection. The soft pink shorts and top are made out of 100% cotton with polyester embroidery, so you will feel comfy when you’re going from gig to gig.
5. Buzz, Of Course Sunhat ($49.99, ModCloth)
You know you are either going to forget to apply your sunscreen, or it is going to disappear. At least this floppy hat will still offer you a bit of protection. Plus, this hat will actually stand out in the crowd of oversized ones thanks to the cute bumblebee print.
6. Ecote Floaty Cold Shoulder Romper ($79, Urban Outfitters)
Rompers are the perfect easy piece for festivals. Plus, this breezy voile romper has all of the right details. It has balloon sleeves, lace, and a trendy cold-shoulder neckline. The former is perfect for showing off your jewelry and faux tats.
7. Short Blouse ($17.99, H&M)
This flowy blouse is from H&M‘s Coachella collab. The cropped style features trumpet sleeves and a crisscross detail up the front. Think of it as another version of the trendy lace-up top.
8. Skinny Short Shorts in Stars & Stripes ($18.74, Torrid)
Upgrade your basic jorts for these ones with a subtle stars and stripes pattern. Bonus: You will be able to bring them out again for all your Fourth of July celebrations.
9. Izzy & Ali Fringed Backpack ($68, Forever 21)
You need a spot to keep all your necessities, and not everyone can fit all their stuff into a tiny fanny pack. This fringed backpack is the solution. It holds your stuff and leaves your arms free to move.
10. Border Print Pinafore Playsuit ($43, ASOS)
This mixed print playsuit is made out of a stretchy jersey, so it will be very comfortable when you are dancing the night away. Pair it with knee-high gladiator sandals to nail the boho festival vibe.
11. Ella Tortoiseshell Round Sunglasses ($14, Boohoo)
Sunglasses are an essential at any festival. These round shades feature a pretty tortoiseshell design around the perimeter. Take care not to lose them.
12. Floral Print Shorts ($60, Topshop)
Hippie florals are popular, but if you want something that makes more of a statement, try these shorts. The rainbow blooms on the black background pop. Plus, you can wear any color crop top with them.
13. Gold Trim Knee-High Flat Sandals ($51, Missguided)
Boots, not your thing? Let your toes breathe in this pair of strappy sandals. The faux black leather sandals feature gold trim for added interest. Coordinate all of your jewelry accordingly.
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