The #REVOLVEfestival Capsule Collection Features The Dress That’s Going To Take Over Coachella
The arrival of warmer weather can only mean one thing: Festival season is coming. And sure, you may be pretty excited about the prospect of spending a weekend frolicking from stage to stage with all your closest friends, but let's be honest — you're mostly looking forward to putting together some spot-on outfits. Luckily, retailers have caught on to this all-important quest, pulling together one-stop shops with all your festival dressing needs. One you won't want to miss? Revolve's #REVOLVEfestival capsule collection, which is brimming with worthy buys to make your music fest fashion fully on-point.
Revolve's reputation as a go-to spot for style savvy shoppers is no stronger than during festival season, when the retailer goes all out to curate a collection of warm weather clothes and accessories ideal for roaming through festival grounds in style. This year, the offerings unsurprisingly don't disappoint, and if you're going to California's Coachella fest in April, you'll want to scope out the store's Festival Vibes section ASAP to get the good stuff before it's gone.
In it you'll find countless effortless pieces to make pre-music fest mornings easy, like one-and-done dresses that only require an accessory or two to complete the look and bodysuits that'll pair perfectly with your favorite cutoff shorts. Love to look glam as you stroll between sets? Opt for Jonathan Simkhai's stunning Lace Combo V Neck Maxi Dress, $795, or the cheekily cut-out Tularosa Nanette Dress, $168, both of which will have you standing out amongst a sea of rompers or matching sets.
Stock up on sweet separates, like Free People's Miss Dazie Bralette, only $38, and the frilly, breezy Adria Skirt by Sundress, $169, that'll help you keep your cool when the days get hot. Just add a pair of tall stacked boots by Steve Madden, $119, that shield you legs from dust and sand, and you're basically ready to go.
Oh and the weekend also requires some accessories — be sure you've got a sun-shielding hat, like this straw one from vitamin A for $95, and illesteva sunglasses, $195, to help you from squinting all day. Keep hands free by opting for a fanny pack from For Love & Lemons, $79, that holds all your essentials (don't forget sunscreen).
Keep scrolling to shop some of the best pieces from Revolve's expertly-curated collection of festival wear, so you can be among the most well-dressed attendees.
Cutouts keep you cool when the day heats up, and the chic green color means you'll stand out in a sea of floral prints and band tees.
The polo fields get dusty, so slip into these stacked-heel boots to keep your legs covered and protected.
An un-lined lace and knit maxi feels summery and totally appropriate for frolicking from stage to stage. Slip into a white or nude bikini underneath to keep the look simple.
Dare to bare in this sunny yellow crop top, complete with cute daisies that are perfect for a weekend spent swaying to sweet tunes.
Go for a wild west vibe with this petticoat skirt — pair with a cropped top to keep the look balanced.
Stripes feel fresh for festival wear — especially in this cool green and white combo.
Keep cool in the shade with these yellow-tinted sunnies, which give off total rocker chick vibes.
Safe to say your face is getting its fair share of sun during festival weekends — so keep a stylish hat on hand to shield it from too much damage.
You know by now that tie-dye is totally in for spring. Here's how to sport it at the festivals; just add cute cut-offs shorts.
Zippers along the side seams of these cut offs give you instant cool-factor. Wear these with a sleek body suit.