Festival season is in full swing and shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. Next stop: the Pacific Northwest. Hello Sasquatch!
We’re heading up to the lusciously green state of Washington on Friday to dance among the pines and sing under the stars. Sasquatch takes place at the Gorge Amphitheater, an absurdly beautiful outdoor concert venue that overlooks the Columbia River about three hours outside of Seattle. Some argue that the Gorge is one of the most scenic music venues in the world and after researching mass amounts of images, I am not disagreeing. I can’t wait to see this place for myself!
Yep, that’s right, I’ve never been to Sasquatch. Being a newbie, I have taken up the help of experienced Sasquatch-goer and Seattle local, Katy, to help me figure out what to pack. Katy has that effortlessly cool and laid back look that most PNW-ers have; a perfect mix of soft and earthy. We will be camping all weekend so comfort and ease will play an important role in our style choices. Read on to see Katy’s favorite Sasquatch looks:
I love this romantic look for the dreamy, ethereal babes. One-pieces are an easy go-to at any festival and the Rah Rah Rah Romper is perfect to kick back in while still looking feminine and soft.
I love seeing lace at music festivals. I loooove it! There is just something about witnessing a delicate material dancing… under the sun… to rock and roll. It feels so right.
There is not a more easy going festival look than the one pictured above. It’s edgy, yet grounded. Confident, yet subtle. Throw on a wide-brimmed hat during the long afternoons and you’re all set!
This look is for all the Gingers out there! The Outlaw Boyfriend Short is one of my faves — the high waist makes a great partner to seamless or cropped tops and I love the unexpected metal pop of the belt. Don’t forget to top it off with one of our scarves for when the sun sets.
+ Will anyone else be traveling to Sasquatch this year? Let’s meet up!
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