Our Favorite Outfits at Fire Is Gold 2018
This second edition of Fire Is Gold marked the opening of the long-awaited summer and festival season in Belgium. Festivals always go hand in hand with crazy and hot looks. Check the dopest Chase-approved outfits at Fire Is Gold 2018.
Photos by Jennifer Kesteleyne, words by Maxime Fumaneri
All Gold Everything
This outfits reminds us of Trinidad James song: All Gold Everything
Gold all in my chain,
Gold all in my ring
Gold all in my watch, don't believe me just watch
Orange is the new black
Laetitia catches our eye with this fire camouflage pants that match perfectly with her Puma cropped hoodie and her pair of white sneakers.
Black on black
Theodore killed the super-cozy game with this crazy tracksuit outfit. He is also rocking a black pair of the ultimate dad shoes the Nike Air Monarch and a small North Face pouch.
Adidas and vintage sunglasses
Alycia is flexing this crazy combo: Adidas tracksuit pant, Adidas Superstar, a black bomber and a white crop top. Her vintage sunglasses and her long necklace are the finishing touch of this hip-hop inspired look.
Casual and colourful vibes
Simplicity is key. He’s mixing a casual look with a colourful touch. The bag with different colours and patterns, the straw hat and sunglasses are a must have for all festival goers.
Camouflage skirt and Supreme
Dunja knows how to mix this grey camouflage torn skirt, a black top and a pair of boots. She is also rocking this dope Supreme waist bag from the 2018 spring/summer collection.
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