We’re Calling It—This Music Festival Is The New Coachella

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Though we’re down with Coachella as much as the next girl, it’s not the only music festival worth frequenting—in fact, a slew of other weekend jaunts (Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, to name a few) are giving the SoCal behemoth a run for its money. While Coachella has become more about the parties and see-and-be-seen culture, other festivals are still very much focused on the concert-going experience. Enter Outside Lands, San Francisco’s answer to a mega music fest. On account of a killer lineup and the fact that it’s still in the Golden State, we couldn’t be more excited to watch our favorite artists kill it up in the bay this weekend. So how does one pack for the temperate weather? (Remember, this ain’t the desert.) Layer, layer, layer. Here, 3 days worth of on-point outfits to channel your best fan-girl style.

Cali's Coolest Music Festival

Jenny Lewis performing at Outside Lands in 2014. Photo: Getty Images

Day 1

Who to see: First Aid Kit, George Ezra, St. Vincent, Chet Faker and Mumford & Sons.

What to wear: Channel the bohemian folk vibes of First Aid Kid and George Ezra with a breezy midi skirt, over-the-knee boots and a felt fedora.

Day 2

Who to see: Hurray For The Riff Raff, Mac Demarco, Angus & Julia Stone, Tame Impala and Kendrick Lamar.

What to wear: Draw inspo from the psychedelic surf-rock tunes of Mac Demarco and Tame Impala in a laid-back sweatshirt, distressed skinny jeans and classic sneakers.

Day 3

Who to see: Allah-Lahs, James Bay, Ryn Weaver, ODESZA and Elton John.

What to wear: Pay homage to Sir Elton's iconic style by adopting his signature look: statement sunnies with a loud jacket.