In case you didn't see on Instagram and Snapchat, Budweiser invited B and I to Made in America over the weekend. To say that it was just "fun" would be an understatement. I kind of felt like the entire second day of the festival was curated just for me, with bands that would NEVER be playing anywhere near each other in any other situation. Over the course of the afternoon, we saw Touche Amore, FKA twigs, Desiigner, AND Coldplay. And that was just one day! Figuring out which bands I wanted to see was the easy part-- finding an outfit was a completely different story. I took advantage of the fact that the festival lasted the entire weekend and went for two completely different looks. This first look is vintage, head to toe. I raided my long-forsaken closet at my mom and dad's place to find the perfect 90's dress and some boho accessories. How do you think I did?
As soon as I saw this dress hanging amidst the rest of my old dresses, I knew I HAD to wear it. I usually rock black shoes with a black bag so I decided to do something a little different. I grabbed these incredibly comfy 90's peep toe platforms and an oversized floral handbag. I felt a little like a granny, in the best way possible. To keep it from looking too matronly, I added a choker and tied my hair half-up. I kept my eye makeup simple (just my signature brown eyeshadow and some mascara!) since I knew I'd sweat it all off but layered on the lipstick. I went with a nice nude color, since I'm going to those festival vibes. (If you're curious, I'm wearing Mac liner in Whirl and lipstick in Velvet Teddy.)
So excited to show you my day two look!
***Photos by Brenden Shaver.