EDC Week: Fashion Guide

Ladies, as the 11th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival arrives in town, you may be wondering what you should wear to the festival. So for your safety and convenience, Orlando Entertainment News has gone through a thousand+ pictures from last year and put together this handy Annual expert guide of DO‘s and DON’T‘s of festival fashion. This is a joke so please don’t take it seriously. Also, please note that this is unofficial information.
DO: Skimpy is good. It’s going to be warm out there again this year.
DO: Colorful is good. Don’t be a wallflower.
DO: Low Rise or High Rise, short shorts are always a welcome addition to any festival.
DO: Crop tops and booty shorts were big last year!
DO: If you got it, flaunt it. Halter tops are always a popular choice too.
DO: Or skip the top altogether!
DO: However if you’re a bit more modest, see-through is a reasonable compromise.
DO: Straps and straddles were big last year.
DO: Tu-tu’s remain a popular choice year after year.
DO: Costumes. In looking back at pics of earlier editions of EDC-Orlando, we’ve seen exponential growth in the wearing of costumes versus just wearing boring regular clothes. After all, you’re not going to the mall, you’re going to a music festival.
DO: Matching outfits within your krewe is increasingly popular too.
DO: But if you don’t have a krewe, even couples can match.
DO: Lots of silver metallic the last few years.
DO: Assless chaps were a new item last year and we hope to see many more this year!
DO: Fans are a top accessory to bring to the show. The clacking is fuckin’ annoying, but whatever.
DO: Sunglasses at night have been a top accessory choice too.
DO: Combat boots, especially Doc Martens, are increasingly the footwear of choice. They might be perfect if Day 1 is a bit muddy.
DO: We’ve seen more and more platform boots the past several years. They’re a great choice to allow you to see the DJ over the crowd in front of you.
Now several Don’ts: DON’T: Fluffies. We used to recommend them but they are no longer in style at EDC. You’ll still see some but not like it used to be.
DON’T: Onsies. Yes, you’ll see these in use for sure but with temps in the low to mid 80’s, we can’t recommend them and you’ll be miserable.
DON’T: Heels. Most of the EDC grounds are not paved and you’ll be in pain trying to walk around.
DON’T: Lastly, horizontal stripes. They can tend to make you look fat.

Hope to see you, under the electric sky!