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5 Trends You Need For Festy Season 2017

| February 05, 2017

Festival season is around the corner and we are counting down the days until we sleep in tents with our besties, dance until the sun rise, and vibe out with strangers who become our festy family. As lineups continue to drop and the planning with our rave fam begins, we can't forget about updating that festival wardrobe to look our very best. 

Here are 5 festival fashions for 2017 that you don't want to miss:

1. Kaleidoscope Goggles

Steampunk meets EDM. These goggles are not only stylish and sleek, but also a mesmerizing adventure for your eyes. Do you glove or flow with any other LED props? These are the perfect addition to level-up any light show. They're fun to rage in and will stay on when you're headbangin' at the bass stage.

2. Bass Rainbow

For all you bass heads, here is your new favorite shirt, or hoodie, or tank. A quality tie-dye is always a necessity in the festival world that dating back to Woodstock. Remix the classic tie-dye with your love of bass and rejoice!

3. Strappy Rave Outfit

You've been hitting the gym getting your EDC body ready so show it off with some strappy rave wear. And if you aren't summer-bod ready, here's some motivation! Or maybe a stylish romper is more your thing. Throw on some matching fluffies and you're ready for EDC.

4. Sacred Geometry Hoodie

It's inevitably going to get chilly at night so don't ruin your festival swag with an old washed-out hoodie from high school. Get a sacred geometry hoodie that expresses your spiritual side and is artistic and trippy. 

5. Space Whip

Space Whips are the most fun flow toy out right now. Sure hoops and poi are cool, but even if you have zero flow skills, a space whip is still the most entertaining LED flow toy around. The fiber optic lights give trippy, mesmerizing light trails that dance around your body like magic.

about the writer

Lacy Bursick

Lacy Bursick

Read More...Lacy Bursick is a Colorado resident who enjoys traveling, hula hooping and hiking with her dog.

She grew up in the Midwest and became passionate for the music scene doing concert photography and reviews while in college at Ball State University.

Her favorite festivals are Electric Forest and Hulaween because of all the interactive art and variety in music.

She loves everything from jam bands, deep house, to dubstep. You can find her at a Bassnectar show dancing with her friends.

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