Coachella (as well as the rest of the music festival season) is quickly approaching! As a girl, it seems like the focus of these festivals is what you wear, rather than the actual music being played. In the weeks leading up to, as well as the weeks following, you will find style watches for these festivals all over blogs, websites, magazines, and on television. So, this may lead you to ask yourself- what am I going to wear? Or better yet, how on Earth am I going to incorporate my Lady Lux swimsuit into my look??
You never know if you’ll be spontaneously invited to a pool party- so how else to better prepare yourself than to wear your bikini all day! Bikinis are comfortable and cool, both of which are important when standing in the desert heat for hours on end. On top of that, Lady Lux’s luxury swimwear is right on trend. We really love the look on the right with the overalls. It’s fresh and youthful, while still maintaining a sense of style. Your bikini will poke out a little on the top and at the sides- adding just a pop of color to your look. We recommend the Paradise bandeau for this look. It adds that bright pop of color you’re looking for and the bandeau style gives you just a little bit more coverage. If you’ve got rock star abs, by all means throw on some high-waisted shorts and any sort of sweater/cover-up that opens in the front to show off your bikini. We love the Still The One bikini for this look. The bright colors will make you stand out and the tie-dye effect is right on trend for the festival.
If you aren’t feeling bold enough to sport your bikini day-to-day, there are lots of other cute trends to try! From bold accessories like the bright scarf on the left, to embellishments and fine detailing like the shorts in the middle image, or even patterned maxi’s like the girl on the right- there’s something for everyone! You don’t need to sport your designer swimwear to make it on the style watches (but you may look a lot hotter trying)! Now throw on a pair of your coolest shades, get yourself a gorgeous tan, and you’re ready to conquer the music industry (well the music festivals at least).