Hipster shot in Dreamville
Fringe, pearls, tacos & mud were just a few memorable moments of my adventurous trip to TomorrowWorld 2015. As some of you may know I used to dream about attending a music festival and as you can see I finally got to fulfill that dream. TomorrowWorld has taken my festival virginity and I couldn’t be more proud! I enjoyed every second and I had so much fun with my festival outfit choices. What fun would a festival be without a few minor rookie fashion mistakes. As you can tell, everyone was basically swimming in mud since it rained the first two days. By the end of each night I was covered in mud from head to toe, but so was everyone else and we all made the best of it! Silly me, I forget a pair of rubber boots, MAJOR rookie festival fashion mistake. But I luckily did redeem myself by bringing a pair of combat boots that deemed my redemption. The combats ended up completely destroyed and in the airport garbage with 2,000 other pairs of festival goers unsalvageable shoes. Speaking of shoes, if anyone needs an extra pair of flip flops you can find dozens of pairs forever lost in the mud at magical grounds of TomorrowWorld.
Besides the weather I had the most amazing time, not without a lesson learned. It is safe to say rubber boots will be at the top of my list when packing for my next music festival.
TomorrowWorld marked the end of summer, one last party before the fall season. The only good thing about the approach of the freezing cold weather and I mean the only thing… END OF SUMMER SALES. I scored some amazing pieces for under 30$! At music festivals you can expect any type of weather so I could not go without a couple essential summer pieces. Denim shorts, fringe tops, tanks, and oversized tees are some started pieces for any music festivals, as long as it isn’t in Alaska that is. And don’t make my mistake, keep room for those knee high boots rubber boots that you’ll have to pack!
I could continue writing paragraphs about my magical weekend but let’s all be honest, its all about the photos. So to sum up, my festival experience/advice: you’re going to get muddy, period so pack warm and prepare for a mud war. Also to save money stop at the closest grocery store for gatorade and snacks to avoid spending more money than needed on expensive festival food. In my case I spent a few extra dollars or pearls as they were called, because I wanted to make the most out of my experience. For now that’s all, enjoy being a hippie for your next festival. Cheers & I’ll see you there next time!