To say I’m in love with Marc Broussard would be a gross understatement. I’ve been attending his Southern California concerts religiously since I saw him open for Gavin DeGraw back in the day. His Louisiana swagger and rusty voice makes me weak in the knees! I was so happy to hear some of his oldie-but-goodies for a little trip down memory lane. The location at the Birch Aquarium was outstanding! Simply the most beautiful location that I’ve ever attended a concert. Just the view alone makes me want to go to the rest of the Green Flash Concert Series.
I read somewhere recently that said the boho look was dead. How could boho possibly be dead when music festival season is just getting started?! I’m choosing to ignore this piece of fashion advice. To me, music festivals are where we bring out our most Woodstock-worthy attire. Not to mention hats and long flowy cardigans are just plain practical when you’re standing outside in the blazing sun for hours.
My last look’s hat would be perfect for a music festival so was easily remixed for the Take One, Pass It On Challenge. This lacy fringe cardigan will look great as I’m dancing too! These types of festivals can also get super dusty or muddy depending on the weather so be sure to not wear your best shoes. These beat up old vintage Coach boots are comfortable and if they get more wear it’ll only make them better at this point. I chose to forgo my usual black eyeliner and kept my makeup to a minimum. That way, after a long day in the sun, I won’t end up with the dreaded raccoon eyes. I used MAC pigment powder in Rose Gold for my shadow, dabbed a little underneath for definition, added a touch of mascara and that’s it!
And P.S. – Don’t forget tons of sunscreen!
Hat: Brixton (Similar), Tank: Equipment (Similar), Fringe Cardigan: Mono B (Via Junc.Life) (Similar), Shorts: J.Crew, Necklace: Samantha Wills, Bracelet: Handmade (Via Make Good), Boots: Vintage Coach
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