10 killer Festival looks that don't include fringe

the new way to do festival season style

When we think of festival style, the first thing that comes to mind is the obligatory fringe kimono, followed by the shortest short-shorts, teeny bikini tops and flower crowns that dominate the festival landscape year after year. And if that's what you want to wear to a festival we're all for it, in fact we have some pretty AMAZING fringe kimonos right here just dying to get out into the sunshine. 

But if you're starting to feel like that look is a little bit done to death, we have a suggestion. This year why not switch it up; take your kimono on your next downtown dinner date but leave it at home for the festival circuit (along with your short shorts and bikini tops) and instead opt for a more grown-up, streetstyle-chic wardrobe that will have you standing out among the kids with all their fringe. 

Here are 10 fresh looks we think will SLAY this festival season.


10 new festival season looks to try


We love the idea of doing something new with your overalls. Leave one shoulder undone, belt it with a bandana, or throw on an overall dress like Alexa Chung.

Alexa Chung festival look in an overall dress

Or like this killer asymmetrical one, available here.

Asymmetrical overall dress for festival season from Fitzroy Boutique

Perfect for showing off your Calvin's, or layer it over a tee or crop top.


the new way to do festival style: the overall dress

overall dress from Fitzroy Boutique



Which brings us to our next look..

Solange does festival style in a striped crop top


Goes perfectly under those overalls we just talked about!

striped crop top and overalls - perfect festival style

We love the pop of colour and vintage vibe of this orange knit crop, available here.

vintage looking striped crop top - the new way to do festival season


10 new looks for festival season that don't include fringe


Our absolute favourite trend this season is the stunning off-the-shoulder dress, as sophisticated as she is sexy. This style works for just about every shape size and body type, and there's no shortage of gorgeous dresses out there to fill your suitcase with.

10 new looks for festival season that don't include fringe



off the shoulder dress from Show Me Your Mumu at Fitzroy Boutique



Off the shoulder floral maxi dress from Show Me Your Mumu at Fitzroy Boutique



off the shoulder embroidered mini dress from Fitzroy Boutique




the new way to do festival style, from Fitzroy Boutique



10 new ways to do festival style


Lace bells may seem tricky at first but they're really not at all! Pair them with a long loose top for a chic boho look or with a crop top if you're feeling flaunty. More power to ya.

lace bells - the new way to do festival season style


lace pants - the new way to do festival style



shop lace bells from Show Me Your Mumu at Fitzroy Boutique


10 chic new ways to dress for a festival


The romper is about as chic and stylish as festival-dressing can get, and it's almost too easy. Throw it on and go, add big sunnies and a chain bag, be cute and comfy all day!

be the best-dressed this festival season in a cute romper



this romper is a festival-season must have



shop the Rocky Romper in Steel Magnolia from Fitzroy Boutique

Not to mention the stunning black and white Roxy Romper in Lily Collins! One of each, please.

shop the Roxy Romper in Lilly Collins from Fitzroy Boutique


10 kiler ways to look chic and sophisticated this festival season


The bodysuit is the secret weapon of every it girl. It brings the "not even trying" card to the next level by letting you be hot as f*ck without sacrificing your personal style. And there are literally a million ways to wear it; maxi skirts, denim shorts, high waist jeans to name a few.

10 killer ways to look chic this festival season


Gigi Hadid rocks bagies and a bodysuit - perfect festival season style


Or be like Gigi here and pair one with some ripped up baggies



Button-up bodysuit coming soon in black and grey. 

button up bodysuit coming soon to Fitzroy Boutique


10 new ways to get the festival chic look - The Bomber Jacket


It gets cold at night in the desert, no? An on-trend bomber jacket will keep you warm and oh so kool at the same time - see what we did there?

10 new ways to rock a festival look - the Bomber Jacket



Sequin bomber jacket from Fitzroy Boutique




Sequin Bomber jacket from Fitzroy Boutique



best festival season streetstyle

Okay we may be cheating a little bit with this one, but we think if you're going to rock a kimono, might as well be a rad as hell, floor-skimming maxi kimono. The way it flows out behind you when you walk. It oozes confidence. Just like you.













The denim mini is another perfect example of making a modern streetstyle trend work for festival season. And while you can do it with a crop top of course, we think this babe is doing it better in a sweatshirt. Why do what's expected?











The midi dress might just be the our favourite piece this festival season. Pretty and stylish, she's long enough to keep you looking chic but short enough that she won't drag through the mud. Pair with ankle booties and a leather jacket for an understated but polished festival look.






coming soon

This side-tie midi dress in Spanish floral print (coming soon) is a festival dream. Our model said it made her feel like Loretta Lynn, in the best way.  What more could you want for a music festival?

Right now take 10% OFF our Festival Edit with the code FESTIVAL10 at checkout! 

See you at the beer tent xoxo






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