By Chelsea Harris

Fashionistas, music festival season is right around the corner, and you’re only days away from bopping in florals and singing to The Weeknd and Beyonce at Coachella 2018. I’m predicting many festivalgoers will be sporting the latest music festival wear trends like chic denim skirts, pastel bloom patterns, lace bell sleeves, flirty bow-ties and bamboo details. C-U-T-E. However, the reality is, these festival style ensembles will only get one chance to dance under the sun due to their uniqueness. What a shame, right? I’m not saying all festival wear is worth investing in but there are a few statement pieces that can be style survivors all Spring/Summer-long.

So, whether or not you’re celebrating Coachella, here are a few music festival-inspired staples you’ll want to adapt to your warm-weather wardrobe:

Cut-Out Swim Onesie

Festival to beach: A cut-out onesie you’ve worn to your favorite festival will definitely serve you well relaxing beachside or poolside. 

Bow-Tie Front Skirt

 

Festival to girls nights out: Keep this flirty detailing alive by wearing it out for girls night. 

Tinted Shades

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Photo by James Devaney/GC Images

Festival to weekend errands: Colorful sunnies are great sidekicks for both festival and casual wear – An effortless wardrobe accent. Grab your tinted lense inspiration over here

Bamboo Circle Bag

Festival to date night: This chic statement bag isn’t just made to impress those fun tunes, it’s made to show off on classy dates too. 

Chic Beige Hat

Festival to beach vacation: This neutral essential isn’t picky – Music festival, sandy beach, you name it.  

Floral Two Piece

Festival to neighborhood party: A flirty set is made for the heat so wear it to your next backyard bbq party.

Chelsea Boots

Festival to Park: The only boot that plays well with shorter wear wherever you go this Spring/Summer. 

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