What to Wear to Sasquatch Music Festival 2015, Because Lucky For Us Fringe and Flannel Are In

Listen up, West Coast-ers (or people who will travel far and wide for an awesome festival): Sasquatch is less than a month away. In between figuring out your camping arrangements, priority performers, and just how you're going to get yourself to George, Washington (great town name, right?), it's time to start thinking about what to wear to Sasquatch. Sure, anything you wear will look ah-mazing against the incredible scenery of The Gorge, but it's a great time to break out your classic festival attire with a summer-in-Seattle twist.

With an incredible performer list including Kendrick Lamar, Modest Mouse, Lana Del Rey, Of Monsters and Men, and Milky Chance, you'll want to bring your festival fashion A-game. Have fun with boho styles prints, fringe, and fresh prints in your outfits. No word on whether selfie sticks are allowed, but consider bringing your favorite flannel, too (admit it, you know you have one). Having layers on hand is key, because that 60 to 70 degree annual average will cool down once the sun sets.

Oh, and another packing suggestion: Anyone want to bring me?! I promise I'll be fun, and you can just wear me like a backpack. Fine, if you're not into that, here are five other outfit ideas for Washington's hottest music festival this Memorial Day weekend.

1. Embrace The Fringe

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Fringe bags are all the rage right now. Pair one with a crochet crop top, boyfriend jeans and a printed cardigan to keep you cozy at night. Layer a body chain underneath for a sparkly little detail.

2. Give The Cold Shoulder

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The best way to get sun-kissed shoulders at Sasquatch? An off-the-shoulder top. It'll give you line-free results (still wear sunscreen, of course.) Cargo green shorts and booties give the look an earthy vibe while the bangles and skinny belt add a little festival glam back in.

3. Go With the Flow

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There's no better outfit for dancing in than a comfy swing dress and sneaks. Wrap a flannel around your waist for a cool-kid vibe and a backup layer, and top the look off with an ear cuff and lucite sunnies.

4. Play in Prints

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A printed romper is a simple way to make an outfit fun and fresh without much effort. And I know, I know — the Birkenstocks. I can't help myself. They're just so comfy! And that's a must for an outdoor weekend festival.

5. Do Some Dream Catchin'

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Call me a wannabe, but who doesn't love a good dreamcatcher tank? Pair it with high-waisted denim shorts and statement making gladiator sandals, and accessorize with a boho headband and an arm cuff.

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