Festival DressesMonday, April 18 Mandelieu-La Napoule
Fashion may be what we're passionate about, but sometimes it can be a pain trying to figure out what to wear for the day. That's why it's important that we have a wide selection of easy-to-wear items in our wardrobe for times that we feel like we hate the clothes we have on hand. With it currently being festival season, some of us wish that every day we were at Coachella so we'd have the freedom to always wear our breeziest garments, although a lot of people take these live music extravaganzas as opportunities to show off the craziest costumes they own, as displayed on MTV’s article about the craziest costumes of 2015. But of course, we're only interested in the boho chic festival fashion.
These so-called festival dresses may be popular on the concert grounds, but that doesn't make them inappropriate to wear on a daily basis. In fact, leading online international retailer Lyst has deemed them as one-step outfits that are the ultimate wardrobe no-brainer, compiling a wonderful collection for their article, ‘Not Just For Festival Dresses’. So how exactly can we wear these casual dresses in everyday life?
WEAR SOME SLIP-ONS OR STRAPPY SANDALS
For an easy going day look, simply put on some sandals and you're ready for anything that'll come your way, whether you're out shopping with the girls or heading out for an afternoon garden party.
DIAL BACK ON THE ACCESSORIES
Pom poms, an insane amount of tassels and loads of statement jewelry may be acceptable for festival goers, but they'll definitely look tacky on regular days. Long Island Pulse suggests that you limit the statement jewelry to one or two pieces and keep the fringe to a minimum. A fringe bag would complement your flowy peasant dress.
PUT A HEADBAND--ON YOUR HEAD
The headband on the forehead is an ultimate hipster look, though if you'd rather not look like you got lost on the way to Coachella, wear a headband the way it was intended to maintain that breezy, casual vibe. Also try avoiding the floral headbands or ones with two many embellishments Have any other tips you'd like to share? Feel free to comment below!