It’s that time of the year when crop tops replace your trusted jackets, jeans make way for shortest shorts and every outdoor party is just another reason to style yourself in summer’s best. With music festivals thronging the city like never before, we bring you a concert style 101 to get you looking festival ready.
 

The tough girl we love

The tough girl we love

If hot shorts are not your thing, worry not. Pair your most comfortable midi or maxi skirt with a rock chic biker jacket or even a denim vest.It’s the perfect balance between cutesy and cool. Play it up with Aztec and animal prints. Opt for comfortable sandals or ballet flats - they are absolute sole saviours at a music fest.
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The no fuss one piece

The no fuss one piece

Let’s make some noise for the playsuit, here. It’s fuss free, looks stylish all year round and spells oodles of fun - perfect to go with the eclectic festive vibe. Go in for a printed playsuit in florals or even quirky graphics. Add a sling bag to your look to keep it casual. Not to mention - it’s just the right size for stocking up on essentials.
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We’re loving kimonos

We’re loving kimonos

Go all experimental, ladies! A kimono is one of the most versatile fashion separates and looks great with almost anything. If you’re a kimono newbie, pair it with a crop top and your go-to denim shorts. Since a kimono usually sits quite long, add some heels to your look, but nothing that’s too uncomfortable for those concert dance moves. Short, platform heels work best with this look.
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The bauble guide

The bauble guide

Now that you know you’re going to OD on everything in your jewellery box, we’re asking you to go out of the box on this one. Think beautiful bejewelled turbans (you can use a scarf to make a turban), delicate trinkets stacked as bracelets, baroque earrings and Arabian chic head necklaces that are perfect complements to all our style tips, as mentioned above.