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5 Music Fest Looks You Must Absolutely Try in 2020

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In a day and age when your airport looks and what you wear to a music festival are possibly just as important as your wedding attire, the kind of looks that one can experiment with are available in hordes. With celebrities attending concerts and music fests and shows, films and publications covering them like the new-age attraction, there is immense inspiration that is available on the internet. From the world-famous Coachella to the Electric Daisy Festival, the upcoming Mahindra Blues Music Festival, the ongoing Supersonic, Rann Utsav and Sula Fest, or just the nation’s heartthrob Arijit Singh’s performance, there is ample opportunity to dress up or dress down, as you please.

So, ladies, here we are, with 5 music festival outfit ideas for you to choose from for that upcoming music fest in town.

  1.   The Boho Chic Look 

 


The Boho Chic style is drawn heavily from bohemian and hippie influences which work marvellously for a music fest look. Standing against conventional lifestyles and thereby the mainstream way of dressing, we see ethnic elements combined with contemporary ones and unusual silhouettes play a huge part. To look Boho chic, opt for loose-fitted maxis, free-flowing dresses with eclectic animal prints or simply wear experimental dhoti pants with a plain white or black tee. Top it off with quirky headgear, and lots of accessories to seal the look. Make sure you bring along an attitude of free-spiritedness, to go perfectly with your OOTD! We love how this popular Instagrammer plays with bohemian fashion and styles herself in ways one would want to recreate. We’re definitely making notes, are you?

  1.   The Lost Princess Look 

 


Draw inspiration from all those fairy tales and novellas we grew up reading, the princesses that we sought out to be at theme parties. We are talking Rapunzel, Cinderella, and even Alice in Wonderland, but with a slight modern twist. To look like that fairy-tale like enigmatic lost princess (with uber cool style) at the next music fest, team a lovely floral dress with high boots and metallic hoops, and wear basic make-up to add charm to your festival fashion look. For a new-age adorable touch, try a short, printed ruffled skirt with a plain white top and minimal jewellery to add an extra edge to your outfit. Or you could just style yourself vivaciously like fashion blogger Masoom Minawala Mehta does in her flowy outfit by Vasavi Shah.

  1.   The Ultimate Goth Look 

 

Marked by conspicuously dark and mysterious styling, gothic speaks to everyone’s inner wild side. Leather corsets, ankle boots, studs, and black jeans could be an apt outfit. However, if corsets are not your style, you could opt for t-shirts of your favourite band. Throw on a black denim jacket and you’re music fest ready STAT! We adore how Alternative Blogger Anouk Freya puts together her looks and this one really caught our fancy! Start easy with a classic choker and black nail paints; throw on a cool black jersey over an adorable tartan skirt, and you’ll be acing the look. Keep the skirt short and add knee-high boots with ragged net stockings to complete the look. Don’t forget to line your eyes and add excessive kohl with a dark lip for the final touch!

  1.   The Accessories Overload Look 

 

A huge advantage of piling on the accessories is the fact that you can keep your outfit simple and understated.  A basic pair of denims with a white tee or a cami with black cut-out shorts can do the trick here. You could also sport a simple dress with minimal print or subtle shades that don’t make a huge impact visually but tend to stand out when paired with the perfect accessories. From henna tattoos to eccentric nose rings and oversized bindis, there is ample that one can do when it comes to accessories. So why stop at OTT headgear and those oxidised pair of earrings or chokers when you can go all out and repurpose your traditional accessories for a whole new look. Supermodel Gigi Hadid did it; we’re just following her footsteps!

  1.   The Bare Minimum Look

 

 

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This minimalistic look speaks for today’s generation and is possibly the coolest way to dress up for a concert. Read denim shorts, crop top, sling bag, and espadrilles. A basic top on with just the essential make-up and a pair of loafers could also keep you comfortable and looking great if styled right. The bare minimum look is one that stands apart for not sticking to convention and yet pulling off a great outfit while keeping you comfortable for hours at a stretch. Who better than musician and performer Kavya Trehan to seek inspiration for the perfect gig night outfit, after all! We heart her feed and so will you, so bring out the popcorn and start stalking.

 


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