First come the music-festival Instas and Snaps, now come the juicy recaps. That’s right, get ready to slow-roll your (virtual) vintage VW Surfari back in time to a desert dreamscape populated by people in really good outfits posing against one equally photogenic ferris wheel. Three influential festivalgoers—who already let us watch them pack—are giving us a retrospective peek into their tents at Base Camp at Indio. Come visit a land where not just the hair and denim but even the mobile batteries and phone accessories inspire us all to live better.
When it’s festival time and your phone needs to be dressed as cute as your crew. (Hi, kate spade new york Charlotte Stripe case, $49.99!)
My clutch kept the party going, thanks to one rugged-but-adorable clip-on sidekick: my JBL Clip 2 Portable Speaker, $39.99. (That's $20 off the original price. Score!)
Stealing a little tent time was easier thanks to my BeatsX Earphones, $149.99, which cancel background noise so I can zone out, and my mophie powerstation plus 6000, $79.99, to get all my goodies charged up while I chill.
A girl with mermaid dust in her hair does not want to be tied down by a headphone cord. These Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones, $299.99, play up my style instead of cramping it. (Same for my Fitbit Versa, $199.99.)
You know it’s festival season when your eyeshadow matches your phone case. Mine—the Case-Mate Karat Petals case, $49.99—is made with real dried flower petals and metallic flecks, and also happens to match my rose gold mophie powerstation 6000, $49.99.
Welcome to my tent, where my JBL Flip 4 Speaker, $99.99, kept the chill vibes flowing.
It’s hard enough to snap the perfect selfie without your phone slipping around in your hand—my Metallic Diamond PopSocket, $14.99, lets me relax but still get a grip.
Literally surrounded in fun photo opps! My phone was out nonstop, ready to capture it all. I kept it cute (and safe) in a kate spade new york Flexible Hardshell Case in Hollyhock Floral, $49.99.