Unique Festival Outfits
Fashion, art and music festivals are just a huge bubble of freedom – if you learn to go with the flow. Expressing yourself through unique festival clothes and costumes are such a powerful tool and can make your festival experience even more extraordinary. Choose your unique festival outfits based on your mood and your spirit at the moment. At one of the biggest music festivals in the world – Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival – you can find everything when it comes to fashion and clothing. From spring fashion outfits of the year, to unique festival clothes and costumes such as rabbits and unicorns. It’s no limit; you can be a fashion-queen or be your most wanted carnival-look. This is the place to take it all out. If you choose to be a fashion queen and promote the latest fashion trends of the year, check out Revolve and For Love And Lemons.
Baby Let’s Play is my experience of Coachella in 2016 – all summed up in one unique festival outfit. This represent the spirit and mood I had for all three days at the festival, even though I had different unique festival clothes with me. It’s about putting out what the festival means to you, and how you want that to be represented in your unique festival outfits. Baby Let’s Play is a powerful, diagonal jumpsuit with black and white strips and frills on the arm, leg, front and bottom. It represent the playful spirit I felt when entering the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. When you dress up the way you want people to perceive you, this creates a magical aura and you will be a living ray of joy.
All unique festival outfits are special in their own way, and this is just a way to inspire you to find your unique festival clothing. Browse through the different articles on Buzzfeed, Popsugar, Jolie and Meetdan, and get inspired to your next festival experience. Be playful and dare to think outside the box. It’s always so much more fun when you challenge yourself and find your inner passion.
What better way to do this than creating your unique festival clothing? Dare to kick ass!