Add energy to your Sasquatch, Folklife or Bumbershoot outfit with five festival finds you can wear all summer.
Whether or not you’re actually attending Sasquatch, Folklife or Bumbershoot, you may want to add some music-festival vibe to your summer wardrobe.
Here are five accessories to amp up your look, for bohemian queens, rock goddesses and everyone else celebrating the music they love (and the fashion scene it’s created).
Acute Designs Delicate Rose Vine Crown ($52 at Moorea Seal, Belltown). A bohemian look is a music-festival staple, and for good reason. The airy, flowy looks are practical in the heat and show you’re ready to relax and let down your hair. Speaking of hair, make it sparkle with this piece that can be worn as a crown or headband, and fits the mood without being over the top.
Dusen Dusen Circle Sunglasses ($180 at Glasswing, Capitol Hill). Cool girls will stand out while protecting their eyes from the blinding sun with these modern shades. The hippie circle shape gets updated with an oversized frame in cool matte black.
Tattly Metallic Temporary Tattoos ($6–$18 at tattly.com). Does it feel like everyone in Seattle has tattoos? Join in the fun with temporary versions that will sparkle in the sun. Add diamonds for bling, or a carrot to show off your food politics. Our pick is a classic rose on the chest for an old-school rock-and-roll look.
Herschel Settlement Backpack ($60 at shop.herschel.com). A crossbody bag is easy, but what if you require a little more stuff? This pack from the cool Vancouver company is just under Bumbershoot’s size regulations and has a fun, summery unisex print.
Adidas Stan Smith Sneaker ($75 at Nordstrom). Make like every celebrity, by sporting these classic white sneakers with whatever you’re wearing. Channel Kanye and go for a hip-hop look, or rock them with a micro mini like Gigi. However you wear them, you’ll be comfy and your toes will be protected in the mosh pit.