Get ready San Francisco, Treasure Island Music Festival is right around the corner! Literally its only two days away, until the dancing, sun, and ferris wheel, all while being on San Francisco's very own little Island!
This year we are expecting to see some warmer then usual looks, since it can get a little windy on Treasure Island, during the music festival.
For the cute and whimsical festival style of "Swedish Floral Nymphs" we tried pairing a vintage lace dresses with a jean jackets and thought it looked divine.
To channel an "Old Hollywood Bombshell" look we love a vintage fur jacket or faux fur jacket paired with a dress, you can get creative with boots, for the daring try a thigh high boot for an ultra bombshell festival look. This is also a great look for those who tend to get a bit colder, as being on Treasure Island can get pretty windy at times.
Or perhaps being a "Converse Queen" for your festival style look is more your thing. We love effortless cool Jac Vanek's Vintage Flannel Jackets! These vintage upcycled flannel shirts, have cute phrases on that back like "Turn the Music Up" and "Music Is the Answer." We tried pairing them with our favorite black legging by Venus Cow ( they are handmade in London, and simply the best leggings on the market) and vintage Levi's shorts.
Or going back to one of the styles from our Outside Lands Music Festival Style Guide, "Dessert Hippie." We suggest a vintage bell sleeve dress in tye dye (tights can 100% be worn for extra warmth), if you don't have time to find a vintage bell sleeve dress, try looking on Nasty Gal for a great selection of curated vintage dresses.
"90's Babysitter look" try a crop top sweater and a high waisted skirt, you can easily pair tights with this outfit to stay a bit warmer. Or try a crop top sweater with a long vintage skirt for more of a "Man Repeller'' librarian festival look. For those who are confused on the meaning of man repeller as a description, I'll sum it up with the simple quote from Betsey Johnson, "Girls do not dress for boys. They dress for themselves and, of course, each other. If girls dressed for boys they'd just walk around naked at all times."
And our last festival style look that has the potential to keep you very warm and chic looking, we suggest trying a "70's Boho Glam" in all suede. We paired a vintage DKNY sweater and suede turtleneck sleeveless top, with with a darker vintage mod suede miniskirt, and included some Razimus upcycled silk bracelets for a final touch.
Have a great festival! Hope to see you there xoxo Noelle Lynne
Photographed by Stephen Sun
Creative Director and Stylist Noelle Lynne
Makeup and hair by Carina Garcia