The influence of the seventies is unavoidable at a festival! We love the model's ethno-chic suede shorts, which she wears comfortably here with a printed blouse and boots. The fashion key? The multicolored embroidered bag!
Diane Kruger's rock T-shirt
For a rock look, we do like the Franco-German actress. We twist our ethnic micro-shorts with a T-shirt bearing the image of one of our rockstar idols. And in order not to fall into the total look, we bring a chic touch by opting for a vermilion red lipstick and a small crocodile-print bag.
It's often hot at festivals, and we want to be comfortable, to be able to sit down whenever we want. We're inspired by this bohemian look from Kendall Jenner. We love her flowing printed trousers, her little cropped blouse matched with ethnic silver jewellery. A real festival look!
To change from the legendary boho look, Ireland chose to play it rock with leather leggings and a matching perforated leather top. The extra fashion touch? The plaid shirt tied around the waist.
Alessandra Ambrosio’s mirrored glasses
To know how to wear mirrored glasses, we follow the example given by the Brazilian top. Contrary to popular belief, we don't skimp on color and pair them with flashy clothes like these neon pink shorts. Accessories level, we dare the maxi scarf tied in the hair and we play the accumulation of bracelets for the hippie touch.
AnnaSophia Robb’s platform sneakers
Tired of traditional leather sandals for dancing in concert? Do like the young American actress who abandons them in favor of a pair of 90s-inspired platform sneakers. And like her, we soften everything by choosing a bucolic floral headband.
Julianne Hough's silk shirt
In this parade of the most eccentric outfits, the country singer gives us a deserved minimalist break. If, like her, you are not fond of extravagant looks, opt for a basic silk shirt that you will match with denim shorts. A casual look that will always have its effect.
Emma Roberts' leather shorts
To adopt the neo-grunge trend without bordering on bad taste, we do like Emma Roberts who opted for black leather shorts. To soften the look, choose a girly accessory, like these slightly regressive heart-shaped pink glasses. Why ? Because instantly they manage to play down the leather shorts associated with the T-shirt tied below the navel.
Ana Beatriz Baros cropped top
To avoid the total hippie look, do like the Brazilian top, pair a long tie &dye skirt with a close-fitting cropped top. In addition to being trendy this season, it nicely marks your figure and contrasts with the bohemian style of your maxi skirt.
Kate Bosworth's skin vest
To play it gipsy like Kate Bosworth, we adopt a sleeveless skin vest with ethnic embroidery. A winter piece that she knew how to mix perfectly with a semi-transparent black dress. A look that we already want to copy.
Alessandra Ambrosio's romantic blouse
Another look from the Brazilian top to draw inspiration from. To stylishly mix bohemian influences with more rock'n'roll details, we pair, like Alessandra, her romantic blouse with mini denim shorts and studded cowboy boots.
Jamie Chung's sheer skirt
Wearing long skirts without displaying a hippie look? It is possible and the South Korean actress proves it to us. Like Jamie, we choose it obligatorily transparent and we obviously wear an opaque micro-skirt underneath. For the sexy touch, we're leaning towards the split version.
The Solange Knowles midi-length skirt
Finally, if the neo-grunge or the gipsy style are not in your fashion strings, opt, like Solange Knowles for a chic and refined look. We dare the midi-length skirt with flashy prints that we associate with a no-frills top with thin straps.
The young Camilla has understood everything, she is comfortable in her white denim shorts, her t-shirt tied in the front. Her festival look belongs to the details of her outfit, namely her neon lingerie headband, her mirrored glasses and my wrists filled with bracelets.