Eco Conscious Festival Dressing Guide
When you think of festival dressing, do you immediately think of culturally appropriative headdresses, facial sequins and tiny denim shorts? Us too, and we don’t think that is what people generally wear at their favourite outdoor weekend. Keep reading to discover our run down our practical yet stylist festival looks.
Wet and wild
If you’re festival destined this summer, you better be prepared for a downpour. It’s almost a write of passage at this point. Make sure you pack ahead and include a raincoat. Better yet, a super stylish raincoat that coordinates and gives your outfit that extra sartorial boost.
Simply does it
Sometimes, the most simplistic looks are the ones that are the most classic.
Sometimes, one of the best wardrobe decisions is to go back to basics. The simplest of looks are often the best. We love pairing a plain white tee and jeans with a statement jacket or shawl for a cool and collected look.
Comfort takes precedent when you’re standing on a patch of grass for hours at a time. Try loose fitted cotton bottoms with a laid back top for ultimate concert comfort.
Ever since Woodstock the ideas of florals and festivals have been intertwined. Represent the flower children with a floral number and matching accessories.
If you can’t get your legs out in summer, when can you!?
For a summery look, try a paperbag style short for a more sophisticated look, paired with a casual top and statement shawl.
The Finishing Touches
It’s all in the details! Complete your festival look with comfy, breathable socks. Add a string bag to be practical and on trend. Lastly, don’t worry about your outfit! The best festival look: having fun!
Lastly, don’t worry about your outfit! The best festival look: having fun!
What’s your go-to festival look? Join us in the comments…