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Festival Style Picks

Festival season is right around the corner!

Whether you’re headed to the desert or to the city, one thing is for certain: festival season is BACK. There’s nothing we’re more excited for than to dance with our friends to our favorite songs and our team has rounded out some of our top picks for 2022’s festival season. Let us know which pair you’ll be rocking this festival season!

Sneaker Picks

Style Name: Play in “Tropic Come Together”

Allie: I’m a hardcore sneaker girl when it comes to festivals (especially in the desert), but I love how this classic sneaker adopts on a fun and unique print! In my mind, the Play sneaker is perfect for any festival look this season!

Style Name: Clay in “Blue Dazy”

Karen: Gotta protect those feet and be comfy all day at a festival. I love that Clay gives me a little height and style!

Style Name: Alfie

MJ: Sometimes at festivals you just gotta kick off your shoes and feel the grass on your toes! That’s why I’d rock Alfie, the perfect slip-on sneaker.

Sandal Picks

Style Name: Tia

Nikol: Tia has to be my pick. I love this simple, yet elevated flatform for festival season! The ridged outsole gives them a cool look while adding a nice padding for all that walking and dancing!

Style Name: Maddi

Ashley: My go-to sandal for festival season is Maddi! The two-tone braid elevates the entire sandal and looks super cute all while still being super comfortable. Plus the adjustable strap is an added bonus for me!

 

Are you a a sneaker or sandal person for festivals? Let us know!

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Behind the Scenes: SS21 Palm Springs Photoshoot

Go behind the scenes of our spring and summer photoshoot in sunny Palm Springs!

Another season, another photoshoot! The Blowfish Malibu team headed out to the legendary Saguaro Hotel in Palm Springs, California, for a colorful shoot for our Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The hotel is full of vibrant pops of color, flashy hues and ultra saturated tones. Our new spring and summer 2021 collection follows suit. It is super bright and colorful, and filled with tie dye and hot hues. So, obviously the Saguaro made perfect sense! (Want to see some of the new product? Keep scrolling for a little peek!)

Our team spent two days there shooting for both Womens and Kids back in November, 2020. So, that gave us a ton of time to prep and get assets ready for the upcoming season. We can’t wait to share what we’ve been up to – so take a look!

Scroll through for our Palm Spring photoshoot and a sneak peek at the new line!


 

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Palm Springs

Palm Springs

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Palm Springs photoshoot

Palm Springs photoshoot

Palm Springs photoshoot

Palm Springs photoshoot

Palm Springs


So, what did you think of our Palm Springs photoshoot? Let us know! For more Behind the Scenes looks at what we’re up to, follow us on Instagram and check out more stories on the Journal.

Behind the Scenes: SS21 Palm Springs Photoshoot

Go behind the scenes of our spring and summer photoshoot in sunny Palm Springs!

Another season, another photoshoot! The Blowfish Malibu team headed out to the legendary Saguaro Hotel in Palm Springs, California, for a colorful shoot for our Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The hotel is full of vibrant pops of color, flashy hues and ultra saturated tones. Our new spring and summer 2021 collection follows suit. It is super bright and colorful, and filled with tie dye and hot hues. So, obviously the Saguaro made perfect sense! (Want to see some of the new product? Keep scrolling for a little peek!)

Our team spent two days there shooting for both Womens and Kids back in November, 2020. So, that gave us a ton of time to prep and get assets ready for the upcoming season.

Scroll through for a sneak peek at the new line!


 

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Palm Springs


For more Behind the Scenes looks at what we’re up to, follow us on Instagram and check out more stories on the Journal.

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