The return of the upcoming summer festival season seems to be waking us up with speakers and when you finally get back to your favourite season, hopefully you’ll be rocking some of the best women’s fashion festival trends for the year to come.
If a festival season like Coachella starts and we’re already mentally preparing ourselves for the entry of enviable outfits into our Instagram feed. While sadly we won’t be wearing our cowboy boots through the Coachella valley next year, we couldn’t help but check out this festival clothing sets to gorgeous outfits.
What are the trendiest looks at the 2022 Festival?
We took a peek at the trendiest 2022 women’s festival outfits in the sunny confines of Coachella last April on every weekend, more festivals return with more opportunities to go bigger, better, and bolder with your festival look. Here are the most popular fashion festival trends in 2022 we looked so far:
• Cut Out Tops
This trend is starting to show up in everything from pants and skirts to dresses. With its uncanny ability to make simple silhouettes and neutral color combinations timeless and more fresh, this is the perfect outfit idea for that last-minute catch-up festival look.
• Belt bag
Practicality has been met with its stylish fit in a belt bag. An upscale version of the fanny pack, this gorgeous accessory keeps the essentials securely in your arms and won’t start to feel heavy as the day goes on.
• Matching Crochets
From whimsical touches like sunflowers to bright colours like neon green, expect this design technique on festival-goers all season long. Bonus points if the crochet comes in a matching set.
What do we wear for the next festival outfit?
We predict that the outfit vibe at Coachella (and music festivals in general) next year will be more relaxed than in previous years. Understated denim cuts and classic tank tops will dominate the crowd and accessories will be a prime way to stand out. We stock your festival outfits from crop tops and mini dresses to boho-chic touch, cut trends and even cargo pants.
Below are our top 10 picks from www.solado.com that will help inspire anyone to buy now for the new fit festival. For next year, we’re thrilled that the inclusion of backless tank tops, matching sets, and mini skirts are all fair to buy from now.
1. Backless Tank Top
Butterfly Shape Rhinestone Decor Cross Tie Corset Top
The extra chic provides added support which can eliminate the need for this backless tank top trend as well. Go traditional with your classic tank top, or try the style with a bodysuit or slip dress.
2. Crop Tops
Asymmetric Buckled Detail Leather Crop Top
The asymmetrical style of this black crop top looks sleek and modern. Pair a crop top with lots of metallic embellishments to make more of a statement.
3. Mini Skirt
Low Waist Heart Hoop Ribbed Mini Skirt
Good built-in skirts can definitely come in handy when the hemline is rising faster than inflation. We feel much more confident wearing miniskirts when the wind is blowing hard.
4. Matching Sets
Backless Tie Back Corset Top & Laser Skirt Set
Never underestimate the trend of a matching set that you can put on quickly and still look chic. We know this trend is timeless!
5. Mini Dress
Abstract Print Backless Cami Mini Dress
This mini dress trend will make you look perfect in your Instagram pictures.
Halter Neck Cut Out Print Wide Leg Jumpsuit
This jumpsuit trend is a sweet spot between cool and comfortable. It was made to be worn at a festival.
Floral Print Lace Up Asymmetric Hem Crop Top
This trendy style reaps versatility as it can be paired with baggy jeans and tight minis.
8. Cargo Pants
Low Waist Zipper Detail Flap Pocket Wide Leg Pants
Cargo pants are one of the biggest trends for the summer season and it would look great with your crop top and platform boots.
9. Printed Maxi Dresses
Leopard Print Floor Length Maxi Dress
If your festival needs an outfit that will really steal the show, we love this chic print maxi from Solado.
10. Denim Shorts
Asymmetrical Waist Raw Hem Denim Short
Pair these denim shorts with a crop top, and be prepared to want to wear them long after the festival season is over.