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Our Top 16 Most Inspiring Music Festival Fashions

Music festival season is in full swing. Celebs, festival lovers and fashion mavens are flocking to these summer party scenes in serious style. There's no shortage of skin, accessories, bright colors and floral crowns this season. If you're trying to piece together your own festival fashion, check out these 16 looks for a little inspiration.
Sheryl Luke, Walk in Wonderland
Courtney Trop, Always Judging
Chiara Ferragni, The Blonde Salad
Kier Mellour, Fashion Addict
Laura Ellner, On The Racks
Aimee Song, Song of Style
Grasie Mercedes, Style Me Grasie
Sydne Summer, Sydne Style
Kavita Donkersley, She Wears Fashion
Sazan Barzani, Sazan
Julie Sarinana, Sincerely, Jules
Jacey Duprie, Damsel in Dior
Amber Fillerup Clark, Barefoot Blonde
Shea Marie, Peace Love Shea
Natalie Suarez, Natalie Off Duty
Kiara Schwartz, Tobruck Ave
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Sheryl Luke, Walk in Wonderland

Crop tops are must-have fashions not only for music festival season but also for summer, so don't be afraid to show a little skin. With endless styling options—shorts, skirts, layering—this top is a big trend this season. Try balancing out your tiny top with a full maxi skirt, like Sheryl of Walk in Wonderland.


Courtney Trop, Always Judging

Comfort meets style with the dress-and-booties trend. Follow in the footsteps of Courtney, the blogger behind Always Judging, as she toughens up her girly eyelet dress with a pair of moto boots. There's nothing we love more than a stylish mix of masculine and feminine.

Chiara Ferragni, The Blonde Salad

Sparkle in the sunshine this festival season in embellished clothing. From shorts to dresses, embellishment is a quick way to fancy up an otherwise dull outfit. Whether you're looking to keep it casual like Chiara of The Blonde Salad or want to mix up your textures and prints, embellishment is a must for festival fun.

Kier Mellour, Fashion Addict

This once hippie headpiece, the floral crown, is now considered uber chic and a must-wear trend for spring and summer. It's an easy way to add a pop of color to your outfit, like Kier of Fashion Addict. Feeling crafty? DIY your own for a personalized hair accessory.

Laura Ellner, On The Racks

Kimonos are perfect for layering during festival season. These breezy, lightweight jackets offer prime coverage from the hot summer sun and can be found in an array of styles. From bell sleeves to fringe detailing, you're bound to find one that fits your personality. We're digging this floral number worn by Laura of On The Racks.

Aimee Song, Song of Style

For those of you craving a slightly more feminine look, try working lace into your attire. Aimee of Song of Style paired her floral tank with daintily feminine lace shorts. It's the perfect amount of girly chic for a day of music.

Grasie Mercedes, Style Me Grasie

Grasie of Style Me Grasie proves why matching separates work so well together: You don't have to think about what you're wearing and can focus on the fun. Strap on your sandals or booties and you're ready to party.

Sydne Summer, Sydne Style

For effortless style, take notes from Sydne of Sydne Style. Throw on a maxi dress and you're sure to impress. When rocking a maxi, always wear flats. That way you're not worrying about length. Maxi dresses are supposed to hit the ground. For chilly nights, layer on a cropped sweater for an easy summer look.

Kavita Donkersley, She Wears Fashion

Made popular in 2013, mirrored sunnies are finishing off the faces of celebs, fashion bloggers and festival-goers everywhere. These mirrored sunglasses are taking over most frame styles in orange, blue, green and pink. Kavita of She Wears Fashion is owning this trend. (And that sunflower crown? Love it, girl!)

Sazan Barzani, Sazan

Festival fashion wouldn't be complete without the appearance of a romper or two. When it comes to wearing a romper, take a style lesson from fashion guru Sazan of her self-titled blog, Sazan. Floppy hats are a go, and wedges add a little height while keeping you comfortable. We love a matching bag with a playful romper.

Julie Sarinana, Sincerely, Jules

Kids, we have a major '90s comeback: overalls. The look is more versatile than you think. Overalls are ideal for girls who like grunge or a tomboy look. The key to look like Julie of Sincerely, Jules and not a farmer is to pair them with other trendy pieces: floppy hats, embellished tops, high heels.

Jacey Duprie, Damsel in Dior

No desert diva is complete without a bright, bold tribal print. This patterned motif shows up on every wardrobe item from tops and bottoms to bags and scarves. For all-day comfort, rock a tribal print dress, like Jacey of Damsel in Dior.

Amber Fillerup Clark, Barefoot Blonde

Wide-leg pants are making a comeback this spring in bright colors and bold patterns. Make an even bigger statement by matching your shirt to a color in the pants, like Amber of Barefoot Blonde.


Shea Marie, Peace Love Shea

The gladiator sandal has made a major fashion comeback. Paired perfectly with a summer dress and bohemian-inspired jewels, this style is the must-wear shoe of the season. Secure your legs for optimal festival dancing like Shea of Peace love Shea or try a more subtle strap-happy ankle look.

Natalie Suarez, Natalie Off Duty

From floppy hats to flower crowns, head accessories are finishing off the looks of festival-goers everywhere. For the ultimate headpiece, rock a feather crown like Natalie, the blogger behind Natalie Off Duty.

Kiara Schwartz, Tobruck Ave

Kiara of Tobruck Ave is rocking one of the season's hottest festival fashions: '70s-era fringe. This textured trend is hot in both clothing and accessories. Go all out with a fringe top or dress, or stay subtle with a rocking bag or fringe booties.

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