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Complete Your Festival Looks With These Accessories Inspired By Your Favorite It-Girls

Posted by Julia Buchwald-Sachs on

Summer festivals are a great opportunity to show up dressed to kill, and the perfect way to do that is with the right accessories. The hottest it-girls in fashion right now know that the best way to complete a look is with the accessories that bring it all together. Though this is nothing new, this seasons trends are all about incorporating casual streetwear fashion into a look to create an edge. Take, for example, Kylie Jenner's final touch glasses on the Met Gala red carpet or the body chains that are frequent sights on celebrity Instagram posts at the beach. Below are some of our favorite accessories that will finalize the perfect look for any festival, matched with the festival they'd look the best at:

 

1. A pair of geometric faux glasses to contrast the palm trees at San Diego's CRSSD: 

($14

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2. These fiery-hot cat-eye sunglasses that will shield your eyes from the electric sky at EDC Las Vegas: 

($16)

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3. These all black flat lens sunglasses that scream techno for Detroits Movement festival:

($20)

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4. An asian inspired chain necklace for laid-back festivals like Bonnaroo: 

($45)

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5. A bohemian ring for a subtle touch of glam at Desert Hearts:

($28)

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6. An urban looking pendant necklace for festivals like New York's Governors Ball: 

($14

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7. This geometric, earthy ring for festivals like Shambala in Canada: 

($45

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8. A desert-inspired turquoise and silver necklace that compliments the desert scenery at festivals like FORM Arcosanti: 

($36)

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9. A classic, dainty necklace set to add a pop of sparkle at late summer festivals like Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas:

($14)

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10. An adjustable gold bangle with stone accents to add some good vibes to Electric Forest: 

($12) 

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For more perfect festival accessories check out the collections at Ava's Box


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