7 Cute and Budget-friendly Festival Outfit Ideas

by Unorthodoll
10 Minutes

Hey guys! I’m going to share some fun festival outfit ideas.

Festival season has started and I’m going to show you some great boho outfit ideas that I put together from a bunch of thrift store purchases.

Soft goth outfit

1. Soft goth

Let’s start with a soft goth romantic look.

I was inspired by witchy goth from the 90’s. It’s practical, with the wide-rim hat and the flat shoes. I clipped a rose to a choker.

I found the mesh shirt at a thrift store for $5.29 and I layered it over a black bikini top that was $3.79.

The skirt has a super cute lace trim. It was $8.49. The gorgeous vintage beaded bag was just under $3.

Woodstock look

2. Woodstock

For this outfit I took inspiration from the original Woodstock of 1969.

I’m wearing a silk scarf as a top. That and the belt were just $2. The crocheted cardigan was $8.49. The shorts were $7.49 from Goodwill.

My grandma gave me these boots that used to be hers.

The bag, which is made from seeds that have been sewn together, was a gift my dad brought back for me from Cuba.

Fairycore outfit

3. Fairycore

My attempt at creating coquet outfits turned into a fairy-core aesthetic.

I got the dress from Poshmark for $37.84 because shipping is expensive.

I tied a white ribbon in my hair and used a long piece of burgundy suede string as a choker.

The belt and shoes were accessories that I already had.

Dark boho look

4. Dark boho

I bought this hat for $5.29 specifically for this outfit. I added a flower crown to it.

The shirt was $9.99, and the skirt was $4.

I found the vintage leather fanny pack at the salvation army for $2.

Vintage 60’s mod outfit

5. Vintage 60’s mod

I took inspiration from Ziggy for this look. I love the daisy pattern. The daisy print mesh top was $7.29.

I layered it over a black and white bikini top that was $3.79. The mini skirt is my favorite part of the outfit and it was $8.49.

Boho chic Y2K outfit

6. Boho chic Y2K

I took inspiration from early 2000s style icons like Shakira, the Olsen twins, and Victoria Beckham.

They wore lots of low-waisted skirts and chunky belts. The bag was $4.49 and the rest of the accessories were things I already had.

The vintage belt was $1.50. The tube top was $2.25 and the skirt was $8.49. I really like the way this look came out.

Pixie elf look

7. Pixie elf

This is a two-piece set that I bought on Poshmark for $33.32. The macramé bag was $1. The corset-like belt was a gift. I made the choker with some upcycled lace and a flower pendant.

Festival outfit ideas

I hope you enjoyed seeing my music festival outfit ideas. You don’t have to overspend to create unique and stylish looks, especially when it comes to music festivals.

You can find ways to pair together thrift store finds to create gorgeous outfits.

Which one of these looks was your favorite? Leave a comment and let me know.

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