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Tallulah Willis On Non-Cheesy Festival Style

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    When we say music fest, you immediately think paisley crop top, vintage cutoffs, feather earrings, and combat boots, don't you? Well, that's not the only game look in town. Tallulah Willis and her best friend and business partner Mallory Llewellyn have come up with foolproof tips to festival dressing — the rad, non-cliché way.

    Newly signed to Next Models, the L.A.-based duo launched their fashion blog, The Clothing Coven, last month and already have a major following. From a nudist manifesto by Tallulah dubbed Free The Nipple to the best place to shop for vintage mom jeans in L.A., there's a wide range of topics penned by the twosome, as well as a range of other young writers and creatives.

    The best part? It's refreshingly relatable, smart, and knows better than to take itself too seriously (one of the site's "rules" states, "Behind every great woman is a pair of cashmere socks").

    Ahead, get to know the two fashion-smitten girls, as we talk about what not to wear to music festivals, how to stand out in a crowd, and why Tallulah gave a beloved, brand-new pair of pants to her sister before even getting a chance to wear them.

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