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But I wish I was. Lately it seems like all anyone is doing is attending music festivals. With summer right around the corner, festival season is literally just getting started. Coachella seems to take over social media every year (#festivalFashion) with bloggers and celebrities doing their best to look hippie chic during the 2 weekend long event. Even though I missed Coachella this year, I still have put some time into thinking about what I would be wearing if I were there. My favorite part of Coachella and other similar music festivals every year is seeing all of the pictures of what people are wearing. Most of the looks are a mixture between boho/hipster/flower child/just plain weird. But everyone puts their own spin on what they wear and it seems like Coachella has turned into more of a fashion show than a music festival in some ways. And that’s exactly why I want to go.
For my not actually at Coachella, but wish I was outfit I decided to keep it very boho inspired with a sheer white lace dress. Instead of wearing a slip under it I decided to mix it up and pair it with a pair of high waisted denim shorts. In order to add to the bohemian vibe, I paired it with my favorite super strappy gladiator sandals. And of course no Festival outfit is complete without a pair of 60’s inspired round sunglasses. After I put this outfit on I definitely felt like I was ready for Coachella or any other trendy music festival. And possibly trying to sneak into some celeb parties.
Are you going to a music festival this summer? If you are what are you wearing? (And why are you on here, go make flower crowns with someone famous!)
Are you going to a music festival this summer? If you are what are you wearing?
Fourth of July will be here in less than a month, so if you're like me and already planning your outfit to celebrate America's Birthday in, heres some inspiration. I wanted to create some alternatives to the standard red, white, and blue outfits. I mean you can only wear handmade American flag shorts so many years in a row, right? So in true Outfit Offender fashion, I made up a few unique outfits that still feel patriotic.
For the first look, I was inspired by the East Coast and places like New York and the Hamptons. Think high fashion, not super practical, but who really cares because you look good and your shoes are designer.
Look number 2 has more of a bohemian vibe to it. Tall gladiator sandals paired with a lightweight- dyed dress are perfect for an afternoon picnic and watching fireworks in the park.
This third outfit is all about minimalism and simplicity. The strappy dress is great for warm weather and the Birkenstocks would be super comfortable to walk around in all day. This look is simple but still fun with the gold clutch and striped sunglasses adding some Americana vibes to it.
This last look is my personal favorite for the Fourth. It's inspired by rock and roll and has a vintage feel to it. I like how the graphic t-shirt incorporates an American Flag, but isn't too over the top. Also, I love how the Frye boots resemble distressed cowboy boots. This outfit says "No I did not spend hours planning this and getting ready. I just threw it on and I always look this good duh???" And isn't that what the American Dream is all about anyways.
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