O U T S I D E L A N D S

The Outside Lands Music Festival, which took place this past weekend, was an amazing experience that I will never forget. Seeing Elton John perform live was a privilege and a dream-like memory that I will hold on to forever. These days, it feels like the hype of music festivals surrounds basically anything other than what an amazing time they can be. Don’t get me wrong – the style was amazing and although I didn’t see any, a celebrity siting would have been interesting, but Outside Lands was a serious reminder that the goal should be an indescribable experience brought to us through music, and nothing else.

Famous Outside Lands Windmill

With that said, here’s what I wore:

Zara Jacket, Free People Jeans, Vintage Sunnies, Free People Scarf, Urban Outfitters Tank

And here are some more pictures:

meganmunroe: ‘we r ur aesthetic’ (Instagram) // On Megan (left) Lucky Brand Tank, Quay Sunnies

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On Sophia (right): Free People Dress, Ray Ban Sunnies

Did any of you attend Outside Lands, or any other music festival this summer?? Let me know!

xx

We the Free

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 Dress, Free People / Bag, Vintage Paloma Picasso / Headscarf, Urban Outfitters / Watch, Urban Outfitters

Having only started my job as a Free People stylist last week, I am already surprisingly familiar with the brand and what it stands for. Contrary to popular misconception, Free People in fact caters to a variety of different styles – with such a broad range and with not one but four style muses off of which they base their designs, one would be hard-pressed not to find a single thing they were drawn to in a store. Firmly believing in this newfound versatility of the brand, I thought I might show you guys a couple of different ways to style Free People pieces. The first look, as shown here, is the most typical portrayal of Free People. It’s bohemian, airy, colorful, and oozes the term “free spirit.”

The beauty of Free People is encompassed in the name – they give customers the freedom to dress however they want, and encourage original interpretation of their pieces. Look out for my next post featuring a different take on some FP pieces!

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Disclaimer: This post is in no way sponsored by Free People – it’s just extremely relevant to my style and and my life at the moment! 

Harmonies

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Dress, from store on Haight Ashbury (similar) / Slip, Brandy Melville (similar) / Bag, American Eagle (similar) / Boots, Jeffrey Campbell

It’s that time of year again and if you’re not excited for festival season then I’m not sure that we can be friends anymore. Festival season is always exciting – but combine festivals with the massive overtake of the 70’s trend and what you get is insane street style. Here’s one look to hopefully provide inspiration for the lucky ones that get to go to Coachella come April! I’ll finally be attending Governor’s Ball in NYC and Outside Lands back home in SF this year, so you guys will finally get to see what I’ll actually be wearing to a festival this year!

Are any of you guys going to a music festival this year? Let me know where and when!

xx

Festival Daydreams

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Pants, Kendall and Kylie X Pacsun / Shirt, GoJane / Bag, Marc by Marc Jacobs

My festival inspiration continues! The first thing that was said to me when I walked out in this outfit was, “Megan, you don’t normally wear outfits like that!” It’s true – I’m not usually the type to embrace an extremely colorful hippy-esque look. But that’s the beauty of festivals! People can pull off practically anything and wear the craziest outfits and are still able to call it fashion. I like to think of it as taking who you are to the extreme. Sieze the opportunity to take your stylistic interests and elevate them to the next level; to create something really worth remembering. xx