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Coachella may have passed but if you’re a music junkie, you’ll be gearing up for the next festival, which means you’ll need new festival-appropriate attire to get you from set to set. Since Sasquatch, Pemberton, Squamish and Osheaga are all coming up, I wanted to share a festival-inspired look with you.

Admittedly, it’s so rare that I wear long dresses. Being 5’2, it’s incredibly hard to carry the length without getting swallowed up in fabric. When I saw this dress at Citizen Grace, I knew I had to have it for festival season because I loved its carefree boho feel. If you’re petite like me, you can always tie something around your waist to better define it (or throw it over your shoulders when it gets cold, and you’ll be ready to rock out to the very end when you favourite band closes the night).

This whole look is actually a change for me because I would never normally wear a flower crown to a festival. I’ve always seen those cheap plastic ones girls get from H&M (and I strongly advise against them). If you saw photos from my wedding though, you’ll know I wore this stunning flower crown by The Wild Bunch. I automatically thought to get in touch with Nassi, the freelance floral stylist behind The Wild Bunch, to design this fresh flower crown for my look. If you want something special for a festival, I highly recommend reaching out to her and she’ll create whatever look you’re after with beautiful, fresh flowers.

PS. I’m offering $10 off your purchase at Citizen Grace with the code STREETSCOUT until May 31st. Definitely check them out online for some summer and festival-inspired pieces! 

*head to toe: MINKPINK / Citizen Grace dress, The Wild Bunch flower crown, Aritzia chambray shirt, Aldo boots, Topshop backpack.

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

What to wear to a festival

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Sabrina Fenster

Sabrina is the founder of Vancouver-based street fashion and personal style blog, StreetScoutMe. She believes the best fashion show is on the streets and will always be the most relevant way to discover trends. Get in touch: sabrina@streetscout.me