FESTIVAL STYLE

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ALL PHOTOS: JUSTIN JAMES
FLORAL SHIFT DRESS | SUEDE FRINGE VEST | BLACK MOTO BOOT (LOVE THESE & THESE) | BLACK FLOPPY HAT (SIMILAR HERE & HERE)| COIN NECKLACE & ARROW STONE NECKLACE C/O HARPER HALLAM | GOLD BANGLE CHARM BRACELET C/O HARPER HALLAM

Whether you’ve hopped on board or not, festival style has become it’s own trend and season in the last 4-5 years. The perfect harmony between Spring & Summer and it just so happens to be one of my favorite times of the year in terms of fashion! A time when the conservative let their guard down and the free-spirited really spread their wings. Which one am I? Well, I think y’all know the answer to that 😉 Fashion to me, is all about taking risks and putting yourself outside of your comfort zone. That’s the beauty of it. You don’t always have to ‘dress your part’. If you aren’t typically a risk taker in the wardrobe area, this is the perfect excuse to do so! I can promise you one thing, nobody’s judging at a music festival. As big of a fashion risk you think you’re taking, there will be thousands of others that are wearing things you couldn’t even imagine.

For festival style, typically I’m comfortable in a band tee or crop top & cutoff denim..but I wanted to try something different this time. Today I’ve teamed up with this amazing jewelry line called Harper Hallam (my newest obsession), to bring you this festival style look. Incorporating a small part of your “comfort zone” into your not so typical look is totally okay. For me, that’s layered necklaces and stacked bracelets. I’ve been wearing the you-know-what out of this Harper Hallam set ever since I got it. It adds the perfect amount of vintage, boho edge to any outfit. I was pulling pieces for this shoot and I could literally pair the two necklaces and bracelets with a thousand different looks.

Something I love most about Harper Hallam is that they are based out of Dallas and have perfect synergy with my philosophy of style and the purpose of this blog; Luxury staples paired with accessible finds. There’s something about their pieces that exude confidence, edgy, feminine style that’s everlasting. I’m all about it.

P.S. Stay tuned for the rest of my festival style inspired looks and be sure to follow me on instagram @sosageblog (if you aren’t already) because I just may be giving something away from Harper Hallam 🙂

*A big thank you to Harper Hallam for sponsoring this post. All thoughts & opinions remain my own.

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  1. […] In this recent post I was dishing on how amazing Harper Hallam (this jewelry line I recently discovered) […]

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