#Ready2Roo 2014: 8 Festival Outfits You’ll Love Now…And Later

When it comes to festival season, we know it’s all about the music—but a killer outfit doesn’t hurt. Neon crop tops that are more see-through than you intended? Plastic glow-in-the-dark sunglasses with YOLO on the sides? Pass. Here, 10 looks you won’t regret once the Facebook tagging starts.

 

Coachella

The ‘90s are now, and no one did the throwback look better than @damselindior at Coachella. Distressed denim overalls, a bandeau bikini and Teva Originals are comfortable, classic, and ready to dive in when you are. Check out how The Hunger Games‘ actress Jenna Malone styled her Teva sandals for another cute throwback outfit idea. For the guys? Fend of sweat and face paint with lightweight shorts, wide-strap sandals that won’t rub (even after a long day) and a tank or tee.

 

Outside Lands

For a laidback festival like Outside Lands—which takes place in Golden Gate Park in San Fran—go with something you can kick back and stay cozy in. We love a flowy sundress and a rustic cardigan for the ladies, worn in jeans and a comfortable flannel for the gents. Don’t forget the blanket for some wine tasting (vino doesn’t taste as good when your thighs itch).

 

Lollapalooza

The Windy City weather could go either way—even in the heat of summer. So stay prepared with lightweight layers you can pile on in the rain, or ditch in the van if you start to sweat. We love @annaannasusu’s Yoko Ono vibe with our Teva Originals, or a pair of walk-all-day (and not want to call it quits) shoes and an old denim jacket.

 

Bonnaroo

In the spirit of all things fun on the farm, we’ll be wearing mixed-up prints and colors that are as diverse as the lineup: turquoise sandals and a pop of purple and red, or a bright pair of sneakers and socks we’ll cuff up our pants to show off. If one gets lost in the tent, even better—it’s all about the mix-and-don’t-worry-about-matching.

 

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