Festival look

festival look cut off and espadrilles by mylovelypeople

Hola chicas, aprovechando que tenemos prácticamente a la vuelta de la esquina el Coachella festival… quería enseñaros este look que es súper cómodo y versátil para cualquier actividad de este tipo.

Cuando vivíamos en España, si que íbamos a más festivales como Rock’n Río y muchos otros q se celebraban en la capital española.

Os tengo que confesar que no soy muy de festivales, tanta gente concentrada en un solo lugar me da cierto temor, pero el ambiente, la música, la gente con la que te encuentras en esos sitios es maravillosa. Generalmente a los festivales que íbamos tenían lugar en espacios grandes y podíamos disfrutar de todo sin estar dentro del gentío.

Cómo os decía, el look de hoy es totalmente de verano, pues como siempre os digo Miami es un eterno verano.

Estos pantalones cortos los tengo hace ya un tiempo, pero me encanta como sientan y favorecen. Los combiné con una camiseta de Zara del verano pasado y estos espadrilles también de Zara.

Para los festivales o bien lo combináis como yo, o con zapatillas, sandalias planas o gladiadoras. También  con botas de cowboy que vienen pegando muy fuerte esta temporada, me encantan los looks para el verano con este tipo de botas. Estoy deseando enseñaros estos mismos shorts con unas botas de cowboy q me traje de Houston el año pasado y quedan geniales.


Espero os guste y estoy deseando oír vuestro comentarios.

Gracias por leerme


Hi girls

With Coachella festival on the turn of the corner, I would like to share with you this outfit that is very comfortable and versatile for this kind of activity.

When we lived in Spain we used to go to festivals like Rock’n Río and many others that had place at the Spanish capital.

I have to admit I’m not a festival fan, too many people in the same place is a little bit awkward for me. I don’t like crowds however, in such events we can find very interesting people and the mood and music are fantastic….

In other hand festivals in Madrid were in big places so you could enjoy the show not into the crowd but a little apart.

Today’s look is an attire for summer, as I always say Miami’s weather is an endless summer.

I had this cut off since I lived in Spain, I love them ‘cause I think they look great and the fabric is wonderful, it is 100% cotton so it has soft touch and fit perfectly. I combined them with this Zara’s tee and espadrilles.

For festival season you can wear the set like me but also with sneakers, flat strappy sandals or gladiators. However,the best choice for me is with cowboy boots. I love summer outfits with cowboy boots and this spring/summer is a must-have.

In coming post I will share with you this shorts with a pair of cowboys boots that I brought with me last year from Houston, you’ll love it.


Hope you like it

Tell me your thoughts

Thank you so much for being there

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Outfit details:

Camiseta/TeeZARA SIMILAR,  HERE  .

Short/Cut offLevi’s, SIMILAR HERE  HERE  .

Alpargatas/Espadrilles: ZARA, SIMILAR. HERE  HERE  .

Sombrero/ Hat : Zingara, HERE  .

Bolso/ Bag : Costa Rica Market Place

Gafas/ Sunnies: DiorSoReal by Christian Dior

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