‘Tis the season we’ve all been waiting for… Festival season! It’s just around the corner and suddenly your closet doesn’t feel up to par. That’s why we’re grateful for the ále by Alessandra Spring Collection has landed at Revolve! This collection features a perfect balance between bohemian and chic (just like the angel Alessandra Ambrosio herself!), an effortless and classic vibe that’ll make styling for any music festival a breeze.
This romantic romper is the perfect print for the girl who loves floral but wants to try something different. The flowy cut strikes a great balance between showing skin and silhouette. Try mixing metallics with this look, like layered choker necklaces and gold-accented sandals for a subtle sparkle at the festival.
Backless looks are the perfect way to be daring without being over the top! We love some blinged-out braids with this look, try adding some geometric hair cuffs. Lace-up shoes are the to-die-for trend of the season, and are perfect to highlight your legs; try a bold color for an added statement or pom poms to embody summer fun!
We love a great matching two-piece outfit, like these geometric shorts and jacket combo! A no-brainer in terms of pairing, and easily accessorized, you’ll want to wear this outfit straight out the gate at the festival. Try this with that daring bralette you’ve been dying to wear! Or a bold body chain piece can really complete the look. Get that VS angel length with a great nude bootie, too!
One piece bodysuits have been a real hit lately, but this bohemian knit bodysuit will be sure to spark up conversation! The neutral palette will allow lots of options for styling; for something more minimalist, try a flowy maxi skirt. For something more bold, try some sassy cut-offs that will highlight the high cut of the body suit. We love boots with this outfit too, something flashy and funky will elevate your look!
There’s no better place for bold colors than Coachella! This turquoise piece from the ale by Alessandra Spring collection is one of our faves, and will be yours too! Keep your shoulders protected – and your outfit on point – with our ale by Alessandra Palapa Straw Hat. What’s even more fashion-forward? Mixing colors! Try a bold shoe with a bold outfit to really step out of the box!
Keep some basics handy too! Sometimes an outfit tried on at home doesn’t feel quite right once you’re at the event. Having some basics like this black ruffle top or this detailed suede brown skirt are easy to mix with some of the more loud pieces in your wardrobe, leaving you endless options come festival weekend! Try pairing a maxi skirt with the black top for a classic outfit that’s perfect to dance all day in! Or for the brown skirt, go for fierce in this tasseled top also in Alessandra’s collection. Finally, some hoops on hoops on hoops are a great addition to any festival look. These mini hoops won’t overwhelm you while still being a standout piece.
Two is better than one! Co-ordinate with your bestie to make a real show-stopping combo at any music festival! We love these effortless yet form-flattering rompers in the collection. A fun clutch is an easy way to complete this look, or try a re-vamp on the fannypack, a great way to create an hourglass silhouette and keep your hands free during the festival! Lastly, be sure to pack a bandana; great for the sudden dust storms, bandanas also make a cute accessory!
What is an outdoor event without an effortless maxi dress? We love this low-plunge coral dress; it gives just enough sex appeal in a shade that works for all skin tones. Let the dress do the talking, a cute pair of reflective sunnies is the perfect accessory! We also love the ale by Alessandra glimmer body art, a subtle touch that ties in these gold detailed sandals.
For the girl that likes ease, this blush long-sleeved maxi dress is the perfect day-to-night piece. Pair it with a gold headband for an updated version of the flower crown. To complete the goddess feel, pair it with these heavenly wedges. You’re guaranteed to look and feel like a divine presence (much like Alessandra herself).