Not all festivals are one and the same.
From the Pythian Games to Woodstock, festivals have a long, celebrated (and at times condemned, i.e., Fyre) history. They were, in the past, occasions when like-minded individuals banded together to experience a range of live acts that spoke to a specific cultural movement. The modern-day versions follow the sentiment, but with so many options out there—indeed, festivals are now a dime a dozen—there are a plethora of different genres to celebrate and look good at.
Some follow a bohemian sensibility, with frilly blouses and cutout shorts. Others are more electric in their offerings, subscribing to neon colors and neoprene. And then there are those that lean into a postapocalyptic mindset. Still, whatever the prescribed modus operandi, it is always important to dress the part with panache. This is why we have taken the effort to curate a selection of outfit ideas best suited for four types of festivals we have marked on our calendars for 2020. Find your fashion, festival, and flavor below.
Registered Return: A more thorough work of journalism would have included information about 3M insisting that state governments procure the masks through their approved vendors, which were in-turn telling state healthcare representatives that the masks that were being produced here were being sold to representatives of foreign countries that were arriving at the vendors with cash, and the vendors were working on a "first come, first served" highest bidder policy. When 3M officials were notified of this situation, they responded with the proverbial shoulder-shrug and stated that they don't control the vendors.