How To Style The Shoes Every Cool Girl Rocks At A Music Festival

When choosing footwear for festival season you need styles that are both comfortable and cute. Boots can be too hot while open sandals leave your feet unprotected. The solution? Functional and cool sneakers like these kicks from Superga. The classic shape plays well with everything from feminine sundresses to denim cutoffs, and the variety of vibrant colors, espadrille soles and embroidered prints mean there is no shortage of options. See our favorite styles ahead and how to wear them for all of this year’s most-anticipated music extravaganzas.

The Coachella Valley

This palm tree-embroidered pair is perfect for the deserts of Indio, California. Style it with a pretty eyelet denim dress and felt fedora.


Denim shorts are a must for Indio's country music-filled weekend. Team it with an off-the-shoulder top, printed neck scarf and classic grey sneakers. (No cowboy boots required.)


Set in central Washington state, the weather can be unpredictable. Opt for kick-flare jeans and a printed sleeveless top to pair with vibrant shoes and bucket bag.

Lightning In A Bottle

For this one-of-a-kind festival which combines music, art and yoga, opt for a vibrant crochet top, white denim cutoffs, mirrored sunnies and mint-colored sneakers.

Governors Ball

For the three-day hoopla in New York City, choose a charming, pleated romper to wear with espadrille flatforms and a crossbody bag.


Dance the day and night away in the city of Chicago in a gingham halter romper and yellow suede shoes. Stow all your essentials in a studded backpack.


Located on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee, this festival calls for a cool patched denim skirt, bodysuit, cat-eye specs and light pink flatforms.


Although it's slated in August the San Francisco weather can still bring fog and chill. Be prepared to keep warm by pairing a ribbed midi dress with a bomber jacket. Top it off with a hat and high-tops with zip details.