Dressing For The Job You Want, Not The Job You Have: Part II

Posted on March 07, 2014 by Niko Downie

If you're in Toronto today you'll know that there's a hint of Spring in the air.  The sun is out, and sure, it's still chilly, but it's getting warmer out there, so our thoughts are turning to the summer months and all that they bring.  One of our favourite things about summer is outdoor music festivals, whether it's Coachella, Glastonbury or Osheaga, so what better career to dream about than a festival promoter?

With that in mind, we put together these accessories which will convince anyone that you were made for the job.


From top to bottom:

Braided Leather Headband by Jane Tran, an essential part of any festival wardrobe.

Silk & Cashmere Scarf by Yarnz, for showing that you're a cut above the average festival-goer.

Coachella Necklace by Jules Smith, because nothing screams 'festival' like some fringing.

'Bonnie' Black Leather Purse by Liebeskind, for keeping your stash of VIP wristbands safe.

Claw Cuff by Inez, for showing that while you're cute, you're not someone to mess with.

Two-Tone Black & Grey Leather Belt by Liebeskind,

Rasymatto iPhone Cover by Marimekko, because your phone will be permanently in your hand, so you might as well dress it up.

Coventry Boots by J Shoes (coming soon to Elevator), for stomping around that festival site like you own the place.

So now that you've got the look, get those headline acts confirmed and you're golden.

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