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Nasty Gal Rings In Festival Season With Fruit & Floppy Hats

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    Confession: We've got a style crush on music festival girls. And, we know we're not alone. The concert circuit's cutoff jean shorts, beachy waves, and laid-back swagger have launched some major fashion moments. Remember Solange's citrus minidress at Coachella last year? Let's not forget Kate Moss at Glastonbury in the outfit that practically put Hunter boots on the map.

    While the world outside keeps spinning, and our street styles change from season to season, something in the muck at music festivals remains the same. A timeless, return-to-earth chill hypnosis locks in the audiophile's style and, now, Nasty Gal is channeling that vibe for the rest of us. In the brand's latest lookbook, the models are decked out in crochet dresses and denim overalls, vintage-inspired sunglasses with kooky, fruity details, and floppy headgear. In other words: It's the perfect uniform for a weekend-long romp in Palm Springs.

    Should you be missing a ticket for this season's festivities, the looks ahead will do pretty well for enjoying any warm-weather locale. Rock Click on to lust over all the lookbook photos and to start building your own flower-child collection.

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