Festival fashion

Fri 23 May 2014 - posted by Georgia Hathaway

This time every year, thousands of music lovers prepare for weekend-long celebrations of peace, love and cut-offs. Festival season is upon us, and that can only mean one thing - it's time to pack the perfect fairground essentials that look fantastic, without looking like you're trying too hard. And comfort is key — especially when dancing all day and night to killer bands. We're already catching a glimpse of what's trending (fringe, fringe, and more fringe!) 

Unless you have been hidden under a rock you will already know who was wearing what at Coachella, many view Coachella as an American version of Glastonbury in regards to the size, calibre of acts and the likelihood of celebrity sightings. It's the gateway festival that gives us an idea of what trends were going to be sporting throughout the summer season. But judging by the amount of skin on show, we'd better hope for a serious heatwave over here in the UK.

So if your heading to a music festival this summer and are not sure what to wear, make sure to pack our must have items, we promise you'll look cool-as-hell while you’re rocking out.

And don't forget:

  • Between the dust and sloshed drinks, your toes won't be pretty. Opt for sturdy shoes or cute boots that keep your feet clean and toes safe from being trampled.
  • Stay cool and protected in the shade and pack a cute hat that also covers unruly locks — especially if you haven't hit the showers.
  • Fringe is everywhere this festival season! Toss anything with a fringed edge in your festival bag, and you'll fit right in.

1: White lace dress - H&M £20

2: Converse - Schuh £48

3: Hat - H&M £7.99

4: Crop Top - River Island £12

5: Kimono - River Islan £40

6: Denim shorts - Hollister £30

7: Sunglasses - New Look £4.99

8: Hair wreath - Accessorize £18

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Georgia Hathaway

Georgia Hathaway

Georgia is a Cardiff University trained journalist with a penchant for clothes, green tea, eating out and dogs. Her own bichon frise is named Coco Belle Madmoiselle - inspired by Coco Chanel, naturally.

Georgia has a passion for the media industry and has worked at Cosmopolitan, Heat, Company magazines, London Fashion Week as well as local titles such as WM magazine and the Western Mail.

Her style icons include Blake Lively and Cara Delevingne and Georgia’s ambition to get Blake-esque hair and Cara style eyebrows continues.

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