Snowglobe Music Festival Fashion
South Lake Tahoe, CA is home to one of the most prominent winter festivals of past years, Snowglobe Music Festival. Granted that it is a winter festival, you never know what you are going to get with Tahoe weather so you need to be prepared. For example, 2013 was an unusually warm year for Snowglobe, with no snow on the ground and temperatures ranging from the low 40s to the high 50s. This year however, was definitely a cold one. We actually had one night and one day of snow, and temperatures in the single digits. Very cold, but naturally, cold weather calls for awesome hats, coats, and other accessories
A very popular trend I noticed on girls and guys alike were [faux] fur coats. Fur was seen almost everywhere, whether is was on the trim of a parka, a spirithood, or even fluffy legwarmers. Patterned fur was especially popular on girls, and I have to say that a leopard- print coat definitely brings an outfit to a whole nother level. To be completely honest though, looks sometimes can be deceiving. Fur isn’t always the warmest option when it comes to dressing for sub-zero temperatures, but they are definitely great to accessorize with.
Day 2 was the biggest test for Snowglobe goers with temperatures below freezing, plus tons of snow! I noticed most people wearing parkas and ski jackets paired with the essentials: warm hats, gloves, and shoes durable enough for snow and ice. Onesies were also a popular item to wear, although not exactly the most functional option for the snow. My outfit consisted of a beanie from LA streetwear company Dimepiece LA, a puffy parka (with the fur) from Artizia, Lululemon leggings, and Timberland boots so keep my feet dry from the snow.
It was awesome seeing everyone dressed so festive (and warm), and I hope that everyone reading this article will get some great ideas for their next winter festival. Here is a list of fun and functional winter festival gear. Enjoy!
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