15, 03, 2019

Festival Essentials X PLT

Cowboy Boots

plaid dress: PrettyLittleThing / cowboy boots: PrettyLittleThing / faux fur: Trina Turk


Cowboy boots are still trending for this year and the perfect addition to your festival look. The snake print is so versatile and can easy go from day to night.

The color yellow is on top of it’s game this season and I’m loving the clueless vibes of this yellow checkered print dress from PrettyLittleThing. This dress is another staple that you need in your summer closet right now. Wear it with some moto boots and you have the perfect go to grunge look.


Oversized Tee

tee: PrettyLittleThing

Oversized tees are a staple in my closet and I’m so into this graphic tee from PrettyLittleThing. A graphic baggy tee is go to of mine in everyday style and it’s great to wear with basics such as biker shorts. I had to rock this Notorious Big graphic because he’s one of favorite artists. It makes a great statement to any outfit.



Living in Neon

bodysuit: PrettyLittleThing / jeans: one teaspoon / cowboy boots: PrettyLittleThing

Neon is huge right now! It’s such a great way to update a basic such as this classic turtle neck bodysuit. It’s a definite way to stand out and a great piece for your the summer music festival you’re going to.

Again I rocked my new snake skin print cowboy boots. I love how they go with everything! From black to blue jeans these boots are a must have in your closet.


You can shop all my favorites from PrettyLittleThing festival looks. Just click the links above!


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2 responses to “Festival Essentials X PLT”

  1. Ann says:

    I used to wear a pair of jeans just like that – so fun! so sexy! and the glasses look smart : )

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