Festival Vibes: Outfit Ideas For NH7 Weekender 2018

With Nh7 Weekender around the corner, it’s time to put on our best festival spirits. With music festivals there is always room for getting all out when it comes to styling you and your outfits.

Keeping that in mind, I have curated four chic, hassle free outfit styles that will not only help you beat the chilly nights of Meghalaya and keeping you stylish but also groove to your favorite songs without the feeling of any uneasiness. (Tripping over own your outfit 😐)

NH7 Weekender is a two day affair of amazing music and food. With a beautiful set up and even more beautiful Meghalaya, can you blame anyone to not go and see for oneself. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend this time, due to my other commitments. I have to skip this year and yeah I will miss a very good dancing platform as I go crazy in music festivals.

But I have a little something for you people, even though I won’t be present, it will be a sweet thing for me to do this.

I have four outfit styles lined up for this festival, which I hope you will like and get some ideas of your own by checking it out.

Also Read: Look chic in SHEIN Braletes

I have two outfits for each day, one during the day when it’s nice and warm, and one for night when it will be very cold and you will need something that will keep you warm but also stylish.

Day 1. Afternoon

I don’t have the weather forecast of Meghalaya but it will be warmer in the afternoon. You can dress up light, check out the venue, click some pictures of yourself and basically just chill.

For day time, I have chose this high waisted denim shorts with this cute black polka dot tube top and bonus you can flaunt your belly button in this outfit.

You can wear just this or if you think you might feel cold, you can always layer it with a long shrug/kimonos anything you have in your wardrobe. I have layered my outfit with this maroon long shrug which gives all the festival vibes. To add some chunkiness, I have wore this maroon chunky ankle boots which is not preferable for dancing but add some glam to your outfit. This outfit is super cute, very chic and super simple to get ready with.

Black Bandeau top (Similar here and here ) | Blue high-waisted denim shorts Similar | Shrug (Similar here and here ) | Ankle Boots (Similar here and here )

Day 1. Sundown

It’s getting chilly and your cute afternoon outfit won’t do any good to you during the night and when the actual fun begins. So for night time I have chose this, chunky knit black crop sweater and paired it with very warm brown plaid pants. With a cropped sweater, these high waisted pants goes perfectly keeping you warm and ready for the night. These pants are my absolute favorite as it has a layer of inner fleece lining which helps very much in the cold nights.

And for shoes I am wearing these white sneakers which goes with everything and you can wear it throughout the festival which means light packing which saves you a lot during the travels.

Turtleneck Knit Sweater Similar | Checkered Pants (Similar here and here ) | White Sneakers Similar 

Day 2. Afternoon

Another day with more music and fun, and more to get all dressed up. For the second day, I have chose an all black attire with a pop of bright color.

Any music festival without blacks doesn’t feel good. A basic pencil black mini skirt paired with a black bralette sounds about right, you can be an Angel of Black (in a stylish way). I have created this look by wearing a black mini skirt, with a plunging V-neckline black bralette and slipped a mesh black top to keep it chic. A pop of color added with this bright yellow jacket that will brighten your outfit and if you get lost, your friends will find it easy to search for you (bonus point).

I did mention about packing light so here I’m wearing the same white sneakers and it perfectly goes with the outfit.

Mesh Top (Similar here and here ) | Black brallete Similar | Black Mini Skirt (Similar here and here ) | Fanny Pack Similar | Yellow Jacket (Similar here and here ) | White Sneakers Similar |

Day 2. Sundown

Last night of amazing music and fun, for this last outfit I chose this lace black sports bralette and a pair of warm black track pants. I have paired it up with a blue denim jacket and also with a pink midi shrug. You can chose either or go for a heavy bomber jacket to keep out the cold.

Wearing the same white sneakers.

 Brallete (Similar here and here ) | Black Joggers (Similar here and here ) | Denim Jacket | Shrug Similar

Don’t forget to Accessorize:

1.Rings, Nose rings, earrings, layered neck pieces, Head crowns, bracelets all can accentuate an outfit greatly. I have wore a self made bracelet which can also be worn as a choker. Silver rings and glittery black nail colors to give that luxe and shiny feel.

Clip on Nose Ring Similar | Rings Similar | Choker Pendant Similar

Maybelline Glitter Nail Paint

2. A fanny pack/other sling bag/small bag pack

I don’t like this whole fanny pack trend but it has been very useful for me when I’m out and about, and don’t want to carry a sling bag. This is great for traveling and also for the festival occasion. Just wrap it around your waist and your ready to go dance. Keeps your things in place and no worries of theft or the feeling of losing your precious handy bag.

Alright folks, that’s it for now. Hope you like this blog post about the music festival outfit ideas.

Comment down which outfit you liked the most or thinking of trying it out yourself.

Wish you all a happy and fun times at the Nh7 Weekender.

Photographed by my dear friend @lasubondhar, a doctor by profession, but keen to capturing moments and always helpful, also down for taking good pictures.

And also by my talented dear brother, @wild_light_films, who endured all my demands and silliness, and patiently helped me with the shooting of the photos.

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Thank you guys so much, couldn’t do it without you.

Till next time!!

Lots of love,




  1. Dikila October 28, 2018
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