Women's Music Festival Fashion

Ladies, festival season has officially begun! No festival is the same therefore neither is the fashion. For those who don’t want to go full-on hippie, one-day or city-held festivals such as Boston Calling, Lollapalooza or Governors Ball allow for great music without the grime. Long weekend festivals such as Firefly, Bonnaroo and Coachella where attendees are most likely camping in tents; require an effortless yet still original fashion. Grassy and muddy venues are not ideal for your favorite pair of heels or chunky necklace so when packing for your camping-friendly festival your fashion is held within the essentials…


Wide Brim and Baseball Caps- Can spice up any simple outfit or even hide your inevitable grungy hair as the weekend comes to an end and your last shower feels like days ago.


Closed Toed Shoes- The best choice for surviving the weekend without losing a toenail. Everyone knows that proper footwear is essential for a pain free festival weekend. As tempting sandals can be in record high temperatures we recommend a pair of fun color of Toms or Vans!

Flowy Floral Sun Dress- Bring out your inner flower child. The bohemian style sundress is perfect for keeping you cool and fashionable while rocking out to your favorite bands.


High Waisted Jean Shorts- Textbook for bearing the heat and sweat that comes with midsummer festivals.

Belly Bearing Midriff Tops- Are all the rage for the expected long hot days out in the sun. Flowy tanks as well as fun printed kimonos are the free flowing vintage look everyone wants for their summer festival.

Cross Body Bag or Trendy Backpack- Probably the most important accessory. You want it to be big enough to fit essentials (cash, phone, water, etc.) but small enough to easily frolick around the grounds without being a burden.


As you check over your final packing list, check out the festival ready items Hats.com has to offer!

(Contributed by Victoria)

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