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Festival Lookbook 2016

"The greatest respect an artist can pay to music is to give it life." ~ Pablo Casals

Hey sweetie pies! We are diving into the month of April and nice spring weather! Even though we just entered Spring time, my mind is already fast-forwarding to Summer! (Anyone else totally guilty of this?) One thing that I love about Spring and Summer are all of the music festivals and picnics! There's nothing like it! I love love hanging out with friends, listening to some good music and receiving good vibes! With festivals such as Coachella and SXSW, the fashion is the ultimate example of boho chic! In today's post I am going to share some looks that I created just for these type of occasions!


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Which look is your fave? Leave me your thoughts below! 

As always, XO and Stay FAB! ~ Stormie

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