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Fuchsia Friday: Festival of the Arts

The Festival of the Arts is in full swing here in the heartland, and with it each year comes a variety of arts for everyone to watch, experience, or even participate in. We wait in lines for the food, get to see artists performing in the streets, and explore until our feet can’t take us any further.

But with all the possibilities and opportunities of the Festival of the Arts, picking a few crucial pieces from your wardrobe can be challenging: what could you wear to a street fair, a performing arts show, and an art gallery all at once?

Have a look at my take on cheeky and functional festival wear below.


Something for Everyone

Boho Luxe


This ensemble is great for anyone who wants to stay stylish and pretty throughout all the Festival festivities. The breezy dress is anchored by the utilitarian accessories, and you can’t lose with a pretty plum lipstick and sunglasses to make you stand out in the crowd.


Pop Art Glam

Pop Art Glam


For the girly-girl who can’t leave pink out of her wardrobe, this look is pretty, feminine, and just cheeky enough. The pink-and-black combo is crisp, and the playsuit will be comfortable no matter what adventures you enjoy while you’re downtown.


Ode to Monet



If you love Monet’s airy impressionism, then this is the outfit for you. As comfortable as it is pretty, it pays modern homage to Monet’s waterlilies, and is sure to impress even the toughest critics.


Polished Pollock

Polished Pollock


Pollock’s bright colors are perfect this time of year, and the best way to wear them is tailored to your frame in a sleek, polished style. I love the sharpness of the lines of the shorts, jacket, and shirt, paired with the curved wedges and round sunglasses for a feminine take on an adventurous classic.

What are you wearing to the Festival of the Arts?


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