Posts tagged burning man
Burning Man 2018: iRobot

If I could describe Burning Man in one word it'd be "surreal." In fact, the whole festival feels a bit like stepping into a Dali painting. You're surrounded by art and costumes, and immersed into a city of bikes and lights.

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DIY: Make Your Own Amazing Burning Man Hat

Burning Man is such a fun way to express your style and creativity. I was hunting Pinterest for fun costume ideas when I came across all these beautiful sequined, rhinestoned, shiny, amazing hats. I found some to purchase on Etsy, but they can be a little pricy. With a little time and craftiness, you can create your own, and then it’s unique to your style and a fun DIY project.

In this post I’ll give you a rundown of the supplies you’ll need (subject to your own personal taste), and the steps and shopping links to create your own personalized sparkly gem.

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What to Bring to Burning Man

At Burning Man, you can let your creativity fly! But keep in mind that a lot of the fashion that fuels Burning Man is also quite functional for the weather conditions and circumstances. Below I've created a list of things you'll need and why you'll need them. Starting with fashion and then moving on to supplies.

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Spirit Hoods Cozy Blankets

This gorgeous fur lined printed blanket being featured is made by Spirit Hoods, who is known for their quality faux fur animals hoods that are perfect festival wear. They also donate 10% of their net profits to the conservation of endangered species.

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My Festival Style: Spirit Hoods

For Burning Man fashion, anything goes. You can wear whatever your heart pleases, or nothing at all. Festival favorites are steam punk, faux fur, metallics, and colorful body suits. Since the weather drops down into the 40s at night this Red Fox Spirit Hood was a stylish, fun, and warm accessory. 

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4 days at Burning Man

If I could describe Burning Man in one word it'd be "surreal." In fact, the whole festival feels a bit like stepping into a Dali painting. I admit, I was skeptical even through my first day and half of being there. Now I'm convinced it's one of those experiences that you'll covet forever. 

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