Festival Accessories: Free People
Nobody can get you festival-ready like Free People. The uber-boho brand exemplifies true festival style.
Try stomping around the fairground in rugged ombre leather boots, decking out your arms in bangles, or trying-out some bohemian headgear.
No need to scour the web with this one-stop-shop. Here are a few of my favorite festival accessories from Free People:
Keaton Sunglasses: $18.00
Zig Zag Banded Panama: $38.00
Printed Widebands: $18.00
Dipped Phoenix Boot: $398.00
Avery Sandal: $85.00
Alex Convertable Backpack: $258.00
Hard Bangle Set: $28.00
La Luna Ring: $113.00
Marisa Haskell Leather Fringe Breastplate: $188.00
Affordable Accessories: H&M
Update your look for less with affordable accesories. H&M covers all the trends, basics and frills you could possibly need. From cold weather necessities to staples, H&M is a one-stop shop for inexpensive items.
Leather Gloves: $29.95
30-Pack Bracelets: $5.95
Chain Necklace: $5.95
Brown & Black Leather Belt: $12.95 (each)
Tube Scarf: $9.95
Spike Necklace: $12.95
10-Pack Rings: $4.95
One-Stop Shop: Topshop
Located in the UK and recently opening one US flagship store in NYC, Topshop is quickly becoming a leader in the fashion industry. But, thanks to www.topshop.com the rest of the world can be privy to the eclectic collections Topshop holds.
As an early pioneer of designer collaborations, Topshop’s partnerships with some of history’s most iconic fashion names such as Celia Birtwell and Kate Moss have further cemented the brand’s reputation as a fashion innovator. From newfangled dresses, shoes and jewellry to introducing a fun and vivacious new makeup line, Topshop is a great option for one-stop shopping.
Taupe Floral Print Bishop Sleeve Dress
Orange Cropped Lace Fringe Shrug