What To Wear To: A Music Festival

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Music festival season is fast approaching with the holy grail of outdoor festivals, Coachella just a few days away. Being comfortable and cool for a day (or weekend) long party is important, but nothing is as crucial as looking super stylish even after all the hours of sun, dancing, beer and festival food. We put together some fail proof looks from IZ (and a few of our favorite brands) for surviving a music festival in style.
Music Festival outfit for a wheelchair user
 Guys: The simple black tee should never be underestimated. It can stand up to dirt, sweat and the drink that your drunk friend will more than likely spill on you during their favorite band. The subtle stripe of our Denim Shorts is right on trend and the zippered pockets keep your cash secure so there's one less thing to worry about. Being sun smart never looked better than with this 100% wool Brixton Alex hat from ASOS, and the look is neatly tied together with a printed bandanna from Zara. Keep your footwear simple, but secure - no one wants to lose a flip-flop. Don't forget to keep up with the sunscreen.
music festival outfit for a wheelchair user
Girls: A soft, flowy top is perfect with a capital P for a cute festival outfit, and your best bet is the 70's inspired drape of the 2-Layer Tank. The light blend of our denim shorts keeps your look bright and fresh, with the summer weight fabric ideal for keeping cool.  Spending all day soaking up sunshine and tunes and good vibes is always better in a flower crown. The gorgeous Isadora headband from Rock N Rose is our first choice to compliment the pinks in the tank. Top off your look with a pair of statement shades. Make sure you don't invest too much in your festival shades, in case you lose them to the mosh-pit gods. We love these inexpensive aqua frames from Zara.