Festival Season is just around the corner. Aside from Coachella there are plenty of other music festivals on the rise (e.g. Sasquatch & Governers Ball) that you’ll need to be dressed for. As festival season moves into the Summer months of May – August the great thing is most temperatures will be kind to daisy dukes, lace crop tops & silk rompers. Take a peak at some of these retailers that have the best duds for looking your best while keeping cool.
A rad mixture of surf and action sports inspired clothing SWELL includes brands like Novella Royale, Billabong, RVCA, Lovers & Friends and For Love and Lemons. The perfect mix of trendy, beachy and bohemian. There is a great mixture of pricing here as well with SWELL branded clothing ranging into the $20 – $30 and designer duds around $150.
Pricing: $$ – $$$$
Oversized tops, lace & crochet dresses and adorable bells are what you will find at GYPSAN. Greatest part of this site is you will grab some unique pieces that are not found on you standard online shops like their Sierra Bell Bottoms in Mustard (which I am dying to buy). If you are looking to grab some statement pieces for your festival wardrobe definitely check them out. Not to mention free shipping on domestic orders!
For all things Boho Chic this is your one stop shop. With high end designer pieces from brands like Flynn Skye, Cleobella & Gypsy Junkies you are guaranteed to find some incredible pieces. If you are concerned with pricing keep in mind that they have reasonably priced house brands that stay within the range of $30 – $50.
If your style is more bohemian edge than Bona Drag is the perfect place for you. Dark makeup mixed with layers of silver jewelry and vintage inspired duds is your solution. With brands like For Love & Lemons, One Teaspoon and Karen Walker you’ll be working in the higher end bracket pricing wise but you won’t find this mix of intimates and clothing that looks so good together anywhere else.
Pricing: $$$ – $$$$
Fully embracing my 80s rock vibe with these Cleobella Havana Bells paired with a fun muscle tank. Best part of purchasing some bells is that you can pair it with just about anything, graphic tank, white oversized tee, or even a slouchy button up. The greatest thing about these bells compared to others has to be the quality. The fabric used is fitted, flattering, and also thick enough to withstand multiple use and washes. Not to mention the Batik print is perfect to pair with almost any neutral in my wardrobe. It took me awhile but I finally committed to a pair and I couldn’t be happier!
Havana Bells in Washed Batik – Cleobella
Back to the Future Muscle Tank – Forever21
Leather Moto Jacket – H&M
Very much inspired by the 70s as of late. Here are a few items that are a must have for me.
Bandit Brand – If you want some iconic 70s inspired tees that give you a mix of rock n’roll and a western outlaw look no further. Their lace tanks are perfect to pair with some high waisted denim and booties.
Mattise Footwear – The Keegan bootie is the perfect neutral for your bell bottoms any day of the week. Looking like you stepped off of a dude ranch in style.
Spell – An incredible assortment of feminine, bohemian, free spirited clothing that keeps you on your toes. They have the kind of designs that would look good on or off.
Been obsessing over all white denim as of late. While I have my pair of standard white cropped skinny Hudson’s I have been wanting a pair of distressed Boyfriend Jeans to romp around the beach in. Low and behold I happen to walk by American Eagle and find the perfect pair. Not only did they fit me incredibly well they also were on Sale. Huge plus for me!
Paired them with a relaxed white tee from H&M and my favorite Zara sandals (from last season). There’s something about wearing all white that gives me a tropical vacation getaway vibe.
Boy Jean Crop Distressed (White) – American Eagle
White Basic Crew Neck Tee – H&M
Metal Strap Sandal – Zara (last season)
Dayton Sunnies – RAEN Optics