Style Report: What People Wore at this Year’s Wanderland
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The Wanderland Music and Arts Festival, powered by Globe, is one of the most awaited events of the year and the 2018 run did not disappoint. The lineup consisted of some of the best musical acts both abroad and in the Philippines, and attendees had a great time seeing them perform live.
But Wanderland isn’t solely about the music and art, it was also about the fashion. Wanderers came in their most stylish looks, and were more than ready to pose for OOTDs just as much as enjoy the performances. Here are some of the styles we saw attendees rocking at the Filinvest City Event Grounds last March 10:
1. It’s a floral wanderland
The floral trend is still going strong and Wanderers were decked out in clothes featuring all kinds of leaves and flowers. The Filinvest City Event Grounds turned into a colorful jungle, which complemented the summer vibe.
Wanderers weren't afraid to show some skin. Photo by Richard Tabigue
2. A little bit of skin
Speaking of summer, the heat got the attendees showing a little bit of skin. Girls showed up in crop tops and sleeveless shirts, while boys got comfortable with tank tops and short shorts. It’s the perfect look for a whole day festival and balances looking fashionable yet feeling comfortable.
Black is always in. Photo by Richard Tabigue.
3. All-black ensembles
Summer is all about bright colors, but there are those who stick to their monochromatic guns. Black will always be sleek and elegant, a timeless color that can be worn anytime of the year. Festivalgoers who were brave enough to wear the color despite the heat prove that black is still the new black.
Concertgoers rocked their OOTDs with a Coachella vibe. Photo by Richard Tabigue.
4. Hippie chic
Inspired by foreign music festivals like Coachella, many attended Wanderland in their boho chic (read: hippie) looks. They came in their denim shorts, flowy jackets, bandanas, and large sunglasses, adding an international vibe to the festivities.
Festivalgoers took Wanderland to the streets. Photo by Richard Tabigue.
5. Streetwear as festivalwear
The current streetwear movement is well-represented at the festival, with hypebeasts showing off their t-shirts, sneakers, and bucket hats, proving that indie music and streetwear go hand in hand.
This year’s Wanderland Music and Arts Festival proved that it’s a fashion festival, too!
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