Laced Up

Friday, April 8, 2016

Festival season is here! 
I'm sharing some of my tips for bringing festival style in your everyday wardrobe

Schutz Heels & Crossbody - c/o Marshalls
Floral Dress - Prim Boutique
Sunglasses - Karen 

Fesitval season is here, but don't limited that fashion to a few weeks during spring! I'm a huge fan of boho fashion 24/7, so I'm always looking for new pieces to add that element into my closet. Shoes have always been a weakness of mine so when I found these killer lace up heels at Marshalls last season, I knew they would be the perfect statement piece for any outfit. I will admit, I was so schocked/surprised to find these Schutz heels for under $75! I added a bold floral dress with lots and lots of movement to compliment the heels. 

Here are some of my tips for bringing that cool, bohemian flair into your everyday style.

Dresses - Light, airy dresses not only feel great for warm days, but bring a carefree look to your festival style. Don't be afraid to reach for bright colors or bold prints. Look for feminine details like crochet trim, embroidery, or beading for an added boho touch.

Shoes - Now I wouldn't wear these heels to Coachella or a music festival, but this post is all about bringing festival fashion to your everyday outfits, so these heels are perfect for that! If you are going to a festival, try a flat gladiator or a lace up sandal. Fringe, colored leather, and studded details are great details to look for. Can't find the perfect shoe? A bootie always works too!

Accessories - I usually pile on bracelets and rings when it comes to jewelry -- don't be afraid to do the same. Turquoise is another favorite! I also am a firm believer in throwing on a scarf or a felt hat to complete the look. 

High-waisted - From cut off denim shorts or super flared jeans, when it comes to boho style, reach for a pair with a higher waistline. You will thank me later!

Disclosure: I have received free products or value from Marshalls or The TJX Companies, Inc. 
in connection with my affiliation with Marshalls Project FAB
As always, all opinions are my own.

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