Showing posts with label festival style ideas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label festival style ideas. Show all posts

Friday, 27 March 2015

How to dress for festivals - Gypset ideas

How many times did we ask ourselves this question? I want to look cool and chic at the Festival, but not overdo it, I want to look like X, but I want to be myself .. Our Gypset team prepared a short tutorial of immaculate festival style for you!

Festival outfit
Kate Moss Boho chic
So what are the essentials for the Festival? And what you should avoid? Here is the guide how to catch an eye of fashion bloggers and photographers at festivals.

1. Festival personality: Your style should be reflection of your own your personality. You can't fool people around. If you are a Glamour Queen, you should stay a Glamour Queen, but... with a festival touch. 
Vanessa Hudgens glamour festival look
What we are trying to say here is that festival style don't have boundaries, you can be a Festival punk, a Festival Raver, 
Coachella body art

or a Festival Snob..

2. Festival DON'Ts:What you can't be at a Festival is Herve Leger/Louboutin heels girl (nothing against Max Azria or Christian Louboutin at appropriate events)
- high heels
- bodycon revealing dresses
- everything in excess

3. Casual look: Try to look relaxed, like you didn't spend last 2 months preparing your outfits, it's not Halloween or Burning Man, where costumes are the essence (obviously you did spend at least couple of weeks on your outfits, but keep it for yourself). Loose fit and layers help a lot to create a casual look.
Poppy Delevigne in festival outfit

4. Accessorise! You should pay extra attention to accessorising, as it is a key factor in your look.

Tribal boho accessorise 
Everything from bandanas to anklets will work.
Again, you should be careful with not overdoing as you have a chance to look like a tribal princess.
Festival NO!

Hats: Fedoras are the easiest option
Aztec festival fedora hat by Le Lapin Blanc
Shades: Hippie or decorative sunglasses

Perfect Coachella shades by EyeLove
Headbands: get inspired by some ethnic styles
Kate Moss in Boho headpiece
Coachella flower crowns
Bags: fringed suede bags, tribal bags

Feather and fringes bag by Carole Hook
Fringes: Boho bags, shawls, ponchos, kimonos

Festival kimono by Le Lapin Blanc
Festival Shawl by Le Lapin Blanc

Shoes: tassel boots or sandals, sneakers, espadrilles and wellies (depending on the weather)

Fringed sneakers by Converse
Minnetonka fringed moccasin boots
Fringed Sandals

5. Festival Clothing: You have to be able to mix things and styles
Festival outfit by Le Lapin Blanc

Destroyed denim shorts

Festiva denim shorts by Le Lapin Blanc
Aztec festival destroyed denim shorts by Le Lapin Blanc

Long ethnic skirts
Folk peasant festival outfit by Le Lapin Blanc

Harem pants

Uzbek handmade silk harem pants by Le Lapin Blanc

Crochet dresses
Crochet dress at Coachella


Lace dress at Coachella

6. Folk - tribal - ethnic - gypsy - hippie - peasant. You should consider any of the above mentioned styles. It can be a piece of clothing:

Festival tribal shorts, Kuchi tribal belt, kuchi top

or an accessorise

Kuchi tribal belt at Coachella
The same rule as with accessorises - don't go for a total ethnic or total tribal look. Save it for Burning Man
Festival NO!

7. Layers. I personally love shawls and believe it is the best accessorise, which can work in any situation. Put as a belt, or bandana or a dress or just as a shawl.
Read out tutorial how to wear a shawl at the Festival here:

Festival Shawl by Le Lapin Blanc
Other great idea is a gilet, leather or suede one with a fringe or folk vest.

Folk real sheepskin festival gilet/vest by Le Lapin Blanc

8. A touch of vintage. Vintage and handmade items give you a great opportunity to be unique. It's not like you bought those harem pants for $14.99 at Asos (again, nothing against it) and surprised that every single person at Glastonbury wears them. If you invest some time in your look, you can find absolutely stunning pieces for the price of Asos. Try eBay and Etsy

With love,


Monday, 9 March 2015

Chloe fall 2015 Bohemian chic

Although Chloe show was held on International Women's day Chloe main character is not a women anymore. She is an independent, feminine, sexy girl, who knows what she wants and how to get it. She's not showing off her forms, she's confident in her own skin and cares more about spiritual side of herself rather that her looks. She let guys see her shape wearing airy and translucent fabrics, but she's never vulgar.
Chloe Fall 2015

Chloe Fall 2015
Chloe fall 2015

Monday, 23 February 2015

We love fringes!

Festival season is round the corner..  Get your fringes ready!
We selected the best fringe ideas for you and where to find them..

Fresh from LFW runway Burberry Prorsum 2015-2016

Burberry Prorsum 2015-2016
Burberry Prorsum 2015-2016

Fringe Boots: Minnetonka fringe ankle boots

Fringe boho boots


Fringe bag: Endless Leather Brown Fringe Bag

Fringe boho bag


Fringe coat: Peacock silk burnout velvet fringe boho kimono

Fringe boho kimono


Fringe shawl: Extra large Russian shawl with silk knitted fringe

Fringe boho shawl

Monday, 24 November 2014

Taking Boho chic to the next level

What we know about boho chic? That it is a fashion trend said to have been started by actress Sienna Miller in 2005 after the movie Alfie, where she wore bohemian-style clothing. That it is partly bohemian (alternative, laid-back and chilled) and partly chic, meaning classy, glamorous, not over the top or flashy. 
Simple white Ferre shirt with Afghan kuchi top, Ibiza bag and Indian anklets
It mixes vintage fashion with modern environment. It combines handmade, organic, colourful, folk items with simple, modern items.
Folk motives, maxi skirts, headpieces bring Boho chic on
The point of Boho style is to look looking authentic and natural, alternative yet not trying too hard. Long skirts, baggy tops and accessorizing. Folk motives, Indian, Moroccan, Gypsy, any of them will work.
But how about making it more fun and chic? Combining boho, hippie and rave styles together. Being edgy and cool? Where Burning Man meets Coachella, where your freedom is just limited by following “formalities” of the dress code?
They say to wear a long skirt, here you are:
Vintage Etro maxi dress dress, turban and Le Specs glasses
They say you must wear a hat, here it is: 
Vintage lame maxi prairie dress with Turkmen coined headpiece
You formally follow the dress code and comply with all imposed norms, however your outfit screams: “Hello, I’m a rebel!”

Boho beaded silk kimono, Uzbek embroidered bag and a Brazil carnival headpiece
Both boho and hippie chic are synonymous to accessories.  Headpieces, bracelets, anklets, necklaces, body harnesses, belts. The list is limited only by your imagination.
Boho accessorises 
Boho headpiece
Favourite designers: Mathew Williamson, Missoni, Isabel Marant, Etro, Valentino, Dolce and Gabbana
Favourite colours and fabrics: tie dye, floral, suzani, ikat, earthly colours, orange, magneta, electric blue
Favourite touch: fringed clothing
Favourite trends: ethnic and folk, African, South American, Asian
Favourite jewellery: beaded, sequinned, tasseled and embroidered
Favourite headpieces: turbans, scarfs, bandanas, hats, flowers
Favourite clothes: Caftans, Maxi dresses, Maxi skirts, Cropped tops, Cropped shorts, Boots
Favourite holiday destinations: Ibiza, Tulum, Trancoso