HomeOutfit Ideas By OccasionConcertsFestival Outfit Ideas and Must-Haves The thing about festivals – you get to wear cool, relaxed and comfortable clothes and maintain to look fashionable. It’s all about getting into the vibe. Continue to look like a music festival enthusiast by coming up with the best boho chic looks and rock them. Set your inner hippie free and wear whatever your definition of boho chic is. There’s a ton of ways you can work whatever look wherever and whenever. You will definitely be covered for all circumstances and weather conditions with our incredible inspiration of festival outfit ideas and must-haves. Stand out from the crowd with loud prints and patterns, ethnic tunics, vintage-looking shirts, maxi skirts, distressed denim, lace dresses, gladiators and boots for the ultimate in festival fashion. Look for a fun and hip full circle skirt with a fabulous and flattering A-line. Style your skirt with a black bralette with laces or simple bandeaus. Don’t forget a lot of bangles. Get daring and give out a rock vibe with this edgy day jumpsuit. Make sure the fabric is floaty and light so you would feel cool under the sun. You can pair it with trainers or toughen the look with boots. Show off your cute lace top with this cute denim distressed high waist shorts. You can wear any kind of top for shorts like this. Don’t forget this floral kimono. Denim shorts, white lace top and kimono are festival must-haves! Shake up and tease with this white sheer top. Make sure you’re inner is black to give it a sexy vibe. Pair it with a pencil skirt or a wrap skirt with either chunky sandals or ankle boots. Push up your boundaries with this basic top. Another must-have is this abstract-print swing dress with a midi length. It’s always a winner when it comes to festivals. Get flirty with this bardot top, an important addition to your closet basics. Style it with these high-waist abstract-print shorts and toughen your entire look with black combat boots. Layer your necklace and chokers. If you’re feeling bold, try this outfit idea. Protect your eyes with retro sunglasses or geek chic glasses that will give your look a quirky edge. Slouchy styles are staples for every season. An oversized shirt is a go-to basic. Wear your favorite brand shirt with a longline kimono. Complete the look with knee high socks and laced up boots. If your hair is not in a complicated braid or style, just add a flower crown or a big hat on top of your head. Don’t have the time to come up with an eye-catching look? Cut your maxi skirt vertically to make a fringe, just up to your thighs. Then look for a cropped top and boots and add a leather jacket, maybe, with black strapped bracelets and you’re good to go. You could never go wrong with wearing lace or crochet dresses. Style them with sandals, gladiators, boots, trainers, anything! The choices are endless. Matching florals tops and bottoms are super cute during hot festivals. Fringe shorts! We all need those for occasions like this. If you don’t want to show a lot of skin, go for an elephant or bootleg pants. You can pair it with some cropped top. Crochet lace top with your boyfriend jeans is absolutely lovely. Never wear flip-flops to a festival. Use gladiators instead. In some countries, festivals take place even if the weather is all gray and a bit cold. Here are a couple of outfit ideas. Layer your clothes for added warmth. It’s not always hot in some countries when they decide to hold a music festival. Leather jacket, checked shirt, basic shirt and denim jeans. All can be found inside your closet. Pair your flower lace long sleeve blouse, leather pants and ankle boots. Add a thin belt around your waist to give emphasis on your curves. Your white long-sleeved swing dress paired with knee high socks and black ankle boots scream modern hippie. Complete the look with essential accessories like the big floppy hat and layered necklaces. A black jumper over a cute and colorful tank top and star-printed stockings and an eye-catching sky blue rain boots. Don’t forget to carry a cardigan or a jacket with you for when it gets cold. Style your black lace skater dress with a leather jacket and rain boots. It’s simply effortless.