It’s that time of the year again! Yes, you’re right – it’s time for Coachella!
As many of you probably already know, Coachella is an annual arts and music festival that is held in California every spring, and every year, people come from all over the world to appreciate the wide variety of music and art installations/sculptures!
Aside from the great music and art, though, Coachella has been a staple in the fashion scene these past few years, as many celebrities, YouTubers, bloggers, and fashionistas use this festival as an opportunity to showcase bohemian chic outfits with just the right touch of desert-romance. I’m always so inspired by all of these inspiring ensembles, from the drapey cardigans to the lacey kimonos, but of course what’s most enchanting is watching how everyone tries to style practical outfits that allow you to stay cool and comfortable in the heat while still looking like a million bucks (and trust me, it’s hard to look that put together when it’s 100 degrees outside, and you’re sweating bullets from all of the dancing and running around).
And while I won’t be attending Coachella this year, I still wanted to share an outfit with all of you who are going to attend. Hopefully, I’ll be able to give you all some inspiration on what to pack for this weekend of fun!🙂
I find that rompers make the best outfits for summer traveling, particularly if you’re going to be very active. Since rompers are almost like shorts, it’s a lot easier to walk around in, but at the same time, the airy cutout makes it very easy to cool down in the heat. I also love how they’re a one piece, meaning you can save room in your suitcase as well, since it’s basically already the whole outfit. The tricky thing about one pieces, though, is that they can sometimes visually blend together to look like one huge glob, especially if there isn’t a very distinctive waistline.
This is why I picked this particular romper from Tobi. I love the off-shoulder cut because it just looks so much sexier, and plus, the little ruffle sleeves add just the right element of fun to the whole ensemble. The waistline is also elastic, making for a fitted silhouette that helps to showcase the body’s curves without being too stuffy.
What I love the most, though, is the cut-out lace detailing in the front, as well as the cut-out in the back. It’s little details like this that set this romper apart from the rest and really make it special. The lace adds an element of bohemian chic to the outfit, and it’s very romantic without being too overbearing as well.
Aside from being comfortable with clothing choices, I think the kind of shoes you wear are very important too, since you’ll want to be super comfortable while still looking chic. Though I would normally pair rompers with sandals, I think booties, like the faux leather ones that I’m wearing, will be the most practical, since they’ll help to protect your toes from being stepped on by throngs of people, and the little heel isn’t too much to make you uncomfortable or tired from walking around all day.
To finish off the outfit, I paired the ensemble with a nice straw hat to cover myself from the blazing sun, and of course, a small white bag to keep all of my belongings in one place.
And that completes my outfit for Coachella!😀 I hope you all liked it and can draw some inspiration from it as well! For those of you going to Coachella, have loads and fun and stay safe!🙂
Tobi Miss Chievous Romper in Navy
American Eagle Chunky Knit Cardigan in Dark Grey
Cathy Jeans Double Zip Ankle Bootie in Rust
H&M Structured Portfolio Shoulder Bag in White
Forever 21 Crescent Pendant Necklace Set