Culinaria Clothing: 4 Outfit Ideas For Festival Week from Camilla Crown

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Festival wear: No, this isn't Coachella, but nailing your Culinaria Festival Week outfit is crucial. I visited with Teresa Carmona, owner of Camilla Crown (427 N. Loop 1604 W., Suite 105) to choose four looks for this week's Culinaria, which kicks off tonight with dinners, and food-heavy events through Sunday. You may already have these looks in your closet, you can supplement your look at CC or you can shop around for similar looks. 

For Friday night's return of the Champagne-filled Back to Bubbles ($75 in advance, $100 at the door, 7-10pm, La Cantera Resort & Spa – Adult Pool), match the high-end vibe of the poolside event, Carmona suggested donning loose-fitting, easy maxi ($58) and accentuating it with a sparkle strand or two ($78 each). 
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Saturday's daylong Tacos and Talk (and Tasting) ($50 ($75 at the door), $10 21 and under, free for children 5 and under, 11am-4pm, La Cantera Resort & Spa – Plaza San Saba), you'll want to keep it casual, but trendy. Carmona opted for a "Mexicool" top ($70) and white moto jeggings ($68) — san zippers for breathing room. 



Class it up at the re-imagined Grand Tasting ($100 in advance, $125 at the door, 7-10pm, La Cantera Resort & Spa – San Antonio Ballroom) with a conversation-starter jumper ($98). The piece already stands out on its own, but if you really want to make a splash, Carmona suggests going for big, glam earrings. 

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If you're making it to Sunday Funday's Burgers, BBQ & Beer ($50 in advance, $75 at the door, $10 for minors, free for children 5 and under 1-4pm, La Cantera Resort & Spa – West Lot), stick with an uber casual, but still ridiculously cute and on-trend 0ff-the-shoulder button down ($75, don't forget the sunscreen!) and white destroyed boyfriend shorts ($58). It's loose-fitting so you can go nuts with the burgers. 



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