Fest of the Best: 3 Musical Genres, 3 Outfits

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Music festival fashion from ModCloth

With festival season in full swing, it’s time for festival fashion! We mixed a little music into our latest styling post, starring pieces from our vintage collection, Mainstage Marvels.

Ready to turn your outfit up to eleven? Read on for three noteworthy looks worth rocking, all modeled by music-loving ModEmployee, Christen!

Music festival fashion from ModCloth

BOLD DUST WOMAN  Whether you’re spending the evening with your band of friends, or striking out on your own, you can’t go wrong with classic black and white. Go your own way by layering a petticoat beneath your vintage skirt and adding eye-catching accessories to complete the look.

In this outfit:
Vintage Forest Stage Hat
Style So Delicate Top
Suave the Date Bustier Top
Vintage Moonlight Dancing Skirt
Va Va Voluminous Petticoat in Black
Deco Devotee Heel
Sterling Rose Ring
Long Chain Drifter Necklace

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Music festival fashion from ModCloth

IMPRESS YOURSELF  Celebrate your unique style by donning standout pieces that make you smile. Frayed edges, mixed metals, and glittery shades will have your inner material girl swooning over this serious texture.

In this outfit:
Made the Cutout Top
Vintage Reunion Tour De Force Shorts
Avant Garter Tights
What Shoe Lookin At? Boot
All-Day Disco Sunglasses in Pink
Vintage Time for a Duet Necklace
Out of Sight Cuff
Seal it With a Kiss Ring

Music festival fashion from ModCloth

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Music festival fashion from ModCloth

Music festival fashion from ModCloth

SAVED PARADISE  Take a big yellow taxi to your favorite field of flowers in a carefree crop top and classic midi skirt! Walkable wedge sandals and a breezy lace cardigan ensure you won’t be blue if the skies get cloudy.

In this outfit:
Vintage Bust a Groove Top
Life in the Cast Lane Cardigan
Vintage Brown to Earth Skirt
Downtown to Earth Belt
Vintage Encore Performance Bracelet
Shields of Gold Ring
Simple Joys Sandal

Music festival fashion from ModCloth

Music festival fashion from ModCloth

Is there a musical genre that influences your style?

About Julie O.

A lover of all things vintage and vintage-inspired, Julie bought her first 1950s frock in the fifth grade. Since then, Julie has become a self-described connoisseur of vintage and thrift shopping, which she shares on her blog, Orchid Grey. When she’s not scouring the racks for the perfect vintage skirt, this native New Englander can be found deftly navigating the slopes of a ski mountain, taking road-trips to the beach, and exploring new places with a vintage camera in her hand.

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5 Responses to Fest of the Best: 3 Musical Genres, 3 Outfits

  1. XebNotlaw 05/07/2013 at 8:42 am #

    Oh my! We love these outfits. The funny thing is, there are 3 women sitting here, with 3 unique styles and we all love a different style in this article. We might have to buy all of these outfits for the festival season this year. Perhaps swapping the open toe shoes for some wellies though….! Thanks for the post!

  2. Kelly 05/07/2013 at 11:57 am #

    You truly captured three very unique looks, all of which are festival standouts! The best part of each outfit is definitely the jewelry. All of those pieces are wonderful, especially the antler necklace. :)

  3. Melanie Sutrathada 05/07/2013 at 7:34 pm #

    I’m obsessed with the Saved Paradise outfit! While I’m not sure I would sport it for a music festival I think it would be perfect for a stroll in Central Park or for a day out shopping. It’s adorable and definitely great inspiration for a future OOTD post!

    Melanie
    LaceandCombatBoots.com

  4. raselmd25 05/11/2013 at 11:10 pm #

    Nice

  5. raselmd25 05/11/2013 at 11:13 pm #

    Oh ! We love these .The funny thing is, there are 3 women sitting here, with 3 unique styles and we all love a different style in this article. We might have to buy all of these outfits for the festival season this year. Perhaps swapping the open toe shoes for some wellies though….! Thanks for the post!

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