Festival season is finally here! Whether you are heading out to Coachella and need some last-minute fashion inspiration or planning for a festival later this summer, here are 10 brands you need to know about that can help you with all your festival outfit needs.
For the fashion girl who isn’t afraid to rock a bold print or a colorful hue, The Wolf Gang will be your summer fashion favorite. Their pieces also feature cool cutouts that keep styles unique and modern.
Get The Look: The Wolf Gang Valerie Tie Neck Halter and Zoella Pant
A matching set is always a great style option for festivals, and I love this playful pink and purple floral print that gives me Y2K vibes but feels absolutely 2022.
Australian label Finders Keepers is another cool brand for that effortlessly cool aesthetic.
Get The Look: Finders Keepers Burnout Top
A bikini-style halter top is already cute (and perfect for those blazing hot desert days), but do it up with a baby blue checker print pattern and I am 110% sold.
There is no better festival sunglasses brand than Quay Australia. From their just-launched collaboration with the iconic Paris Hilton to their classic styles, you’ll find a pair that will protect your eyes from the sun in style for all your festival needs.
Get The Look: Quay x Paris So Serious Sunglasses
How cute are these check print sunglasses from the Paris Hilton collaboration?
If you are the type of girl who loves to rock a lot of lace and feminine pieces on the festival circuit, you will no doubt be familiar with For Love & Lemons. Their dresses are so fun for festival season, but their embroidered corsets are also cool options to style with denim cutoffs.
Get The Look: For Love & Lemons Monique Midi Dress
I would take the styling cues from the above and pair this sheer embellished dress with chunky black boots and oceanic-inspired jewelry for a look that combines tough and dainty pieces.
If you are a fan of straw hats and purses, you need to know about btb Los Angeles. There is no better place to find all your summer accessories.
Get The Look: btb Los Angeles Steph Pearl Hat
Shield your face from hot summer rays out in the desert or wherever you find yourself in festival season with this pearl-embellished straw hat.
For the bohemian girl who wants to show some skin, Thrifts & Threads makes the coolest pieces that look custom-made.
Get The Look: Thrifts & Threads Akna Maxi Skirt
This low-waisted skirt features the coolest textures. Wear over your favorite bikini or bodysuit for a neat peekaboo look.
Jordan Road Jewelry makes pieces that are ideal for layering—exactly what you want for your festival jewelry! Their body chains in particular are so cool, but I am also a fan of their crystal bandanas.
Get The Look: Jordan Road Jewelry Luxe Body Chain
Layer this body chain over a mesh top or tight dress for a neat jewelry piece that not everyone will be rocking.
This sustainable leather brand based in Stockholm uses deadstock and recycled leather to create its items.
Get The Look: Deadwood Kimi Dress
Leather in the desert is tricky, but a cute leather mini dress is a cool way to rock the fabric while also staying relatively cool.
With hair clips becoming such a big part of fun fashion these days, they are a great way to accessorize your hair on the festival grounds. MLE makes the cutest hair clips and other accessories that you’ll love to wear all summer long.
Get The Look: MLE “With The Flow” Hair Claw
This groovy 70s-inspired clip designed by artist Amber Vittoria is perfectly on-trend and is a great way to adorn your festival hairstyle.
Wearing swimsuits as outfits? Perfectly acceptable in the blazing hot desert! SAME just launched a festival collection with plenty of stylish swimsuit pieces that you can mix and match. Wear a bikini top with your favorite cutoffs or layer a swimsuit under a mesh dress. The options are endless!
Get The Look: SAME Los Angeles Lace Up Crop Top
This zebra-print top would look amazing paired with leather shorts.
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