My Very Best Festival Look

I loved the outfit that I wore for day one of Made in America SO much but for day two, I wanted to go all-out festival. You know, gold chains, bralette, and some breezy trousers. I might never be able to wear something like this again so I had a lot of fun with this look. I even dared to wear a stacked heel. I think it was a pretty good decision.

One year ago, I would have never worn an outfit like this to a place filled with so many people. I am NOT a thin girl and though I love me a good crop top, still get pretty self-conscious about my midriff and more so, my arms. I've come to terms with the fact that they're always going to be a bit on the... beefy(?) side but usually hide them under baggy, oversized tees. To add some festival flair to the simplistic bralette/wide-leg trouser combination, I went all out with my accessories. I donned my favorite head chain, a long gold necklace, then layered two chokers. I finished off the look with a teeny tiny beaded crossbody bag and some lace-up heels. 

Just like with day one, I kept my makeup pretty simple, since I knew it would last maybe... 20 minutes? At the most? Just some mascara, pink eyeshadow, and my favorite liner and lipstick. (Whirl and Velvet Teddy.) 

I think it was the perfect look to say "farewell" to summer. (Though I know summer isn't actually over yet.)

xo,
e.m.

bralette/ ASOS (old, similar), pants/ ASOS (old, similar), head chain/ Etsy, bag/ Anthropologie (old, similar), shoes/ Jeffrey Campbell

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