The Trend Boutique’s Survival Guide to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

Escape the real world and take a little roadtrip down to Manchester, Tennessee for four days of music, art and good company. What’s in Tennessee, you ask? A 700-acre farm reserved just for the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Why not start your summer off with a bang and surround yourself with some sick music and sweet vibes. Here at The Trend Boutique, we’re concerned for your health and your fashion well-being, so we’re here to teach you how to survive a music festival. Let’s start from your head and work our way down…

There’s nothing more uncomfortable than standing out in the blistering sun with no inch of shade. Besides lathering yourself with sunscreen, take extra precautions and sport a wide-brimmed hat. Not only do they protect your face, but they look ultra fab! They also come in handy when you’ve got a head of unwashed hair. Nobody needs to know you’ve been skipping showers. But don’t worry, your secret’s safe with us.

Eugenia Kim Straw Toyo Sunhat in Black

Eugenia Kim Felt Honey Hat in Brown

Nothing’s more unattractive than a squinter. Imagine being front row for The Strokes and Julian Casablancas staring down at you while he belts out a song in that sexy voice of his. Do you really want to be squinting up at him? No, we don’t think so. Look saucy and protect those eyes!

House of Harlow 1960 Chelsea Sunglasses in Nude

House of Harlow 1960 Charlotte Sunglasses in Black

House of Harlow 1960 Chelsea Sunglasses in Black

Wear a romper and show some skin! They’re comfortable and easy to move around in, so if you have the urge to burst into spontaneous disco inferno, go for it! There’s some pretty interesting characters at these types of festivals, so nobody would be judging you.

Rebel Yell Sailor Romper in Neon Pink

Rebel Yell Malibu Romper in Heather Gray

Rebel Yell Smile Romper in Neon Yellow

It’s the summer of the maxi craze! You can’t go to a music festival without sporting a maxi dress. They’re best for comfort and they’re pretty effing gorgeous. Imagine sweeping through the festival grounds in a striking maxi dress. Heads will turn!

Jen's Pirate Booty Burning Man Dress in Pink Hippie

Gypsy 05 Fiona Maxi Dress in Wine

Gypsy 05 Long Organic Alligator Maxi Dress in Black

Shorts are a summer essential and a festival essential. Show off those legs and feel a little cooler (physically and mentally). And they’re easier to slip on quickly if you’re running late for your favorite band!

Siwy Camilla Cut-Off Jean Shorts in Wonder

Kenny Guadalajara Shorts in Magenta

Black Orchid Black Star Cut Off Shorts in Pure White

We’ve saved the most important for last. Your feet. You’ll be on them all day and night, so you need to take good care of them. Make sure they look good and feel good. It’s the least you can do for your poor little feet. We know you can’t pack dozens of shoes, but it’s good to have a little variety. Always make sure they’re easy to slip on because you’ll always be on the go! Boots, moccasins and sandals are the perfect things for your tired but fabulous feet.

Kettle Black Fringe Rocker Boots in Chocolate

House of Harlow 1960 Misha Boot in Butter

House of Harlow 1960 Maddie Moccasins in Butter

House of Harlow 1960 Maddie Moccasins in Brown

Koolaburra Kythira Feather Sandal in Chestnut

Koolaburra Venus Fringe Sandal in Chestnut

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2 Responses to The Trend Boutique’s Survival Guide to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

  1. Hi!
    The festival sounds like a blast, I can’t wait to see the pictures and read the details! I was checking out all the styles loving everything until I got to the boots… omg they are super cute! I just love them..
    Have a wonderful time,
    Take care,

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