Moonbags, florals, leathers, and fur: if there’s one space where this combination can coexist, it’s at Rocking The Daisies music festival. Once again the four day event drew thousands of city dwellers to the rural outskirts of the Western Cape for an explosive weekend brimming with creative sounds, styles, and personalities.

This weekend our sights weren’t purely focused on the stage, but on the wardrobes of the attendees. The women at RTD didn’t let the fluctuating weather patterns affect their outfits or their good times. Many took the chance to debut their new spring wardrobes, while others used the windy weekend as an opportunity to say goodbye to their winter favs.

Resego took the pajama look to new levels with this silky number & matching hair.

Caitlin Foentijes kicked up dirt in a pair of vans and stunned in an embroidered tulle dress. For those who can’t bare to get their shoes dirty, the sneaker-dress pairing is essential this festival season.

Chandre Cloete kept it casual and cool with an off the shoulder blouse and Burberry bucket hat:

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Cherie was all about emojis. Her love for pizza & self expression inspired her two-piece ensemble:

Emily Daries fully embraced retro styles with a vintage-style windbreaker and classic Nike Air Force 1s.

Roommates Kutlwano Motshwane and Deanna Mangope were all about denim skirts and moonbags! Functionality meets fashionable touches = perfect festival style.

Lisa Perridon was a vision in pastels. Talk about perfect color contrasting!

Melissa Magiera kept it casual in a floral maxi dress and the cutest mini hair buns.

Can’t go wrong with a graphic tee and a full-length pant. Micayla Pereira is one stylish ‘Cry Baby.’

Friends Michaila Wilson, Bianca Hull, and Zoe Pascoe went the athletic route for a collaborative full-court festival press.

Nandipha Mqoco came all the way from Pretoria to show off her stunning look. Colorful hair clips are definitely making a comeback.

Nanke Cui pulled out a classic play suit with exotic flower designs. Sometimes florals in the spring really are original:

Nicole de Abreu Aires and Samantha Leite were all about ripped tights and shades of Black.

Qhayiya mixed a vintage blouse with H&M shorts for a festive play on prints that’s effortlessly cool.

“My go to outfit for festival season is anything floral, festive, & inspires happiness in others.” -Sinead. Loving the relaxed take on ruffles!

Siyasanga Ngugi packed light this weekend choosing a functional and stylish slip dress.

Snothando Mthi was all about accessorizing from head to toe.

“My outfit reminds me of home, so I just wanted to bring Kenya with me to Daisy Land. I made the whole design myself.” – Tess Yieke

Thembe Mahlaba was ready for any weather with a spring inspired 3-piece ensemble and winter coat.

Thobeka Mqoco was a vision in red, from the coat to the lip.

From the main stage to the trap house stage, the Rocking the Daisies attendees sported looks that have heightened our anticipation for even more stellar festival style.