Return to Coachella: Festival Style

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After two years of cancellations and quarantines, it’s time to once again prepare for an Instagram feed filled with ferris wheels, fit pics, and mosh pits. That’s right, Coachella is back. With performers like Harry Styles, Arlo Parks, and Billie Eilish included in the lineup, Coachella feels like the biggest event of the year, but it’s important to note that there’s a whole summer of festivals and fun just around the corner. 

While picking out what to wear, what to pregame with, and how to accessorize for a three-day-long event can seem a little daunting, team SN has got you covered. We know you’re just as excited for the long-awaited return of festival season as we are, so check out our recs for some Coachella-inspired fits that you can wear to Lollapalooza, Governors Ball, and any music festival in between.


While looking cute for your inevitable photo shoot is a top priority, it’s also important to consider comfort when it comes to picking out clothes for a music festival. Remember, you’re likely going to be at the venue all day in the hot sun, so try to pick versatile items like SN’s Boucle Ruffle Hem Sweater or Splits59 Kiki Rib Crop that are breathable, but can also be paired with stand-out pieces and accessories.


Practicality is one of the keys to accessorizing for a music festival. We recommend a cute cross-body bag to store all of your personal items, chic sunglasses, and a trendy hat to keep your face out of the sun. If you’re looking for some fun jewelry to pair with your outfit, check out Rose by Ander for pieces that pair perfectly with the energy of any music festival.


Nancy Sinatra said it best when she sang, “These boots are made for walkin’,” and surprise: there is a lot of walking at festivals. Your shoe choice can either make or break your festival experience, so team SN encourages you to pick a pair that you can run around in all day, whether it’s a pair of classic white sneakers or some studded booties. And just because we love you, here’s a pro-tip: break in your shoes at least one week before the festival (you can thank us later).


Hair and makeup can quickly become the most time-consuming part of putting together any look, but when it comes to an all-day festival, we recommend keeping it simple. Look for long-lasting foundations and lightweight makeup for a fresh, glowy look that lasts through multiple setlists and pre-games. A good curling iron paired with dry shampoo is the key to keeping your hair-do intact for hours on end.


The pre-game sets the vibe for your entire day, so team SN only recommends the best. Whether your group chooses a cool canned cocktail or seltzer, a few glasses of natural Dry Farm Wines, or plans to go all-out with Lobos tequila, we guarantee any of our picks will set the tone for an incredible day at whatever festival you attend this summer.