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Springfest Fashion

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Brandeis chapter.

Still haven’t got an outfit for Springfest? You’re just in luck.

Wear anything with tie-dye to achieve that hippie look. Tie-dye shorts, tie-dye fringe tops, tie-dye maxi dresses. Anything. (http://www.polyvore.com/tie_dye/set?id=80258553)

Maxi dresses. Pair a maxi dress with a floppy sunhat, a silver and turquoise statement necklace, and a fringe purse. You can also pair maxi dresses with a denim vest or a crochet vest and then throw on your favorite pair of sandals. (http://www.polyvore.com/coachella/set?id=80151553)

Bustiers are super cute and can be totally appropriate to wear at a school event. They can be incorporated into everyday wear when paired with high-waisted denim shorts. Bring a small backpack to carry your things, and wear sneakers for comfort. (http://www.polyvore.com/bustier_denim/set?id=80250038)

And finally, accessorize, accessorize, accessorize! Braid your hair the night before and take the braids out the next day to achieve wavy hair without damaging your hair. Accessorize with goddess chains or floral headbands to achieve that boho look. It will instantly make you look Springfest ready! Last but not least, don’t forget your sunglasses! (http://www.polyvore.com/accessories/set?id=80258020)

Andrea is a sociology major with minors in journalism and women's and gender studies. She is currently finishing her senior year at Brandeis University. She was born and reared in Los Angeles, CA, which does mean that she is a die-hard Laker fan… Sorry Bostonians. When Andrea is not routing on her favorite basketball team, she dedicates her time to her many passions. They include reading and writing about fashion, traveling, exploring new restaurants, spending time with friends, watching reality television (she has a weak spot for Bravo), shopping, and working out.