With Summer in full swing, there is a phrase that seems to be everywhere, "Festival Wear". You can not even go into a Target Store without seeing it. Now, before I launch into a diatribe about big box retailers ripping off independent makers and retailers, here is my festival outfit. :)
|Sunburst Earrings from Feath & Kee|
So I started with this pair of sunburst earrings from our shop. They were made by me from scrap wood. I burned the design on with wire tools that I also made by hand. They have stainless steel posts, and were finished with linseed oil.
|Faded Denim Shorts from Abi Dashery|
I found these upcycled shorts at Abi Dashery. You can check out Abi's youtube channel here for neat tutorials.
|Upcycled Tank from Sweet Life Threads|
So, most of the fabric that I work with is re-purposed. That said, I definitely have a lot of respect for Cher at Sweet Life Threads. I know how hard it can be to get just the right fabrics, that not only look good together, but also match up material-wise. I really liked the colors in this tank. There are also matching pants available.
|Citrine Crystal Hair Pins from CassieVision|
Keep your hair pinned out of your face with these gorgeous citrine hair pins from CassieVison. I can just imagine the sunlight adding to their sparkle.
|Custom Superhero Sunglasses from DecoroZapatillos|
|Crochet Phone Case from Lovely Knots Boutique|
|Blue Dragon Veins Hemp Necklace from Creative Earth Jeweler|
What do you get when you add a beautiful blue agate stone, Chrysocolla beads, eco-friendly hemp, and the artistry of Dana at Creative Earth Jeweler? This stunning one of a kind necklace!
|Upcycled Denim Bag from buy KC's Kreations|
It's always nice to have a small bag to throw in the essentials. This cute, bag is made from recycled denim. Find it at KC's Kreations.
|Leather Short Boots from BlueDrop|
I fell in love with these amazing boots from BlueDrop. Each pair is handmade to order. They are also available in black, brown, and burgundy. I believe that they are perfect in this lovely green!
So there you have it! My idea of the perfect "festival" outfit. What is yours?