Confident On The GO: Bold Yet, Festive! #5

by | Jul 12, 2017 | Style | 8 comments

Confident On The GO: Bold Yet, Festive! #5

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Confident On The Go: Bold Yet, Festive! #5

We are in full swing of festival and event season. What will you wear? [Insert evil laugh] No, but for real. It doesn’t come easy for some of us when it’s time to get dressed. All depending on the occasion, it can be tough to put the vision together. This is why we connected. Smiley face!
One of the biggest natural hair festival are taking place this weekend in Brooklyn, New York. The first thing that comes to mind is loose and flowy maxi’schokers, distressed jeans, and graphic t-shirts.

Confident On The GO: Bold Yet, Festive! #5

You want to be comfortable yet still stylish.

Here is an example of how you can wear distressed jeans to an outdoor event. Pair with a striped shirt and an Aztec print kimono. Maybe a pair of thong sandals or open toed flat metallic platforms all depending on how funky your feeling.
They fit like a boyfriend jean and are high-waist so they aren’t to fitting where you wouldn’t be able to twerk.
Although, you may not travel to Curl Fest you can still create these looks for any up and coming event in your local area. Get your maxi dress by clicking the link above or those Twerk Jeans  by clicking the button here. 

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8 Comments

  1. style vicksen

    I wish they had curl fest out here in LA. Cute outfit ideas !

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    • dem2oR97

      Thank you! They do need to have one on each coast and of course down south.

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    • dem2oR97

      I Know! It just makes you standout from the crowd.

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  2. Vivi

    Heard about Curl Fest and know quite a number of bloggers and friends that attended the event. Yeah, knowing what to wear for festivals does get tricky. Like, when I went to Broccoli Festival here in DC, the weather was abysmal. Slightly cold and rainy. So I opted to wear distressed jeans with a statement bomber jacket. But usually I’m rocking skirts or shorts with a top and for layering, a kimono or duster.

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    • dem2oR97

      A bomber jacket and jeans sound like a made match for a rainy day. Don’t forget rain boots.

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    • dem2oR97

      Thank you! I try my best to pick long lasting pieces. I love the fit and they don’t fade when you wash them.

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