Get geared for 2014’s festival season with these 4 eco chic outfit ideas.
This year’s festival season has officially taken off with the likes of SXSW and Coachella already under our belts where edgy, casual cool and street style reign supreme. Take a cue from this year’s festival going trendsetters and gear up with some gorgeous jumpsuits, pretty prints, bright colors and sensible sandals from our favorite eco chic fashion designers, and get ready to party in style.
1. Chaotically Chic
Festivals are your opportunity to go bold and be noticed. To make a statement, choose bright colors and popping patterns that will turn heads. Keep yourself comfortable in a pair of SWASH leggings, perfect with a funky top like C of C’s Miriem Black Tank with its cute puffy details. Both items can be found at Beklina, an awesome online store featuring sustainable independent designers.
2. Girl Next Door
This super cute ensemble from Prairie Underground is perfect for a gal who loves comfortable, simple and carefree outfit that will take you through an entire festival weekend. The logomania dress and girdle capri from the Summer 2014 collection are great together, but also work well as separates with a simple tee or tank, making many outfits out of one look. Shop it at any store that carries Prairie Underground!
3. Cute & Cropped
We absolutely love this colorful, knit crop top from Kaight NYC. Made from hand loomed Indian raw silk and knit in NYC, we think it’s perfect for those mid summer festivals. Pair it with leggings or cute shorts like these high-waisted chambray shorts made by hand in Oakland, also available at Kaight NYC.
4. Jump it Up
Chic, unique and totally cool, the Maxwell jumper from NYC based designer Ilana Kohn is your ticket to the most awesome festival look of the year. Cinch it with a skinny belt, slip some wooden bangles on to your arms, some wedge sandals (or flats for longer days) on your feet and you’re set to go!
5. Nonchalant Vixen
This look is sleek, sexy and totally effortless – don a handmade Sea and Sky tunic by San Franciscan Sarah Hinz, with a pair of natural leather and recycled tire sandals from Avarcas. Top it all of with some big gold jewelry, and a pair of hot pants (for modesty) and you’ll fit right in at the next Bohemian event.
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