November 15, 2019

Hot! Fashion Guide for Summer Festivals

Summer closely approaching which means its festival season and what better way to show off your dress sense than getting ready for the summer and your long-awaited festival ahead. Hopefully, it doesn’t rain while attending, but it’s essential to check the weather forecast to make sure you don’t need to pack that raincoat – not trying to sound like a nagging mother, but it helps protect your nice clothes… that counts, right? Being prepared is key.

Summer closely approaching which means its festival season and what better way to show off your dress sense than getting ready for the summer and your long-awaited festival ahead. Hopefully, it doesn’t rain while attending, but it’s essential to check the weather forecast to make sure you don’t need to pack that raincoat – not trying to sound like a nagging mother, but it helps protect your nice clothes… that counts, right? Being prepared is key.

When it comes to picking out your outfits for a festival remember that it depends where you’re going and the weather – you don’t want to be wearing a Canada Goose coat in the middle of Barcelona, or a skinny shirt in when its pouring down with rain and freezing, so pick your outfits carefully. If you’re going abroad then shirts, tees and shorts is your number one go-to. Accessories you want to keep light, nothing to heavy or thick as its most likely going to be hot weather and you don’t want to be sweating under a leather strapped bracelet.

Eyewear is also an essential as (hopefully) there’s going to be a lot of sun – your best idea Is to spend a bit more on sunglasses as companies offer UV protectors and other forms of protection when it comes to your eyes. There’s usually plenty of offers when it comes to designer brands.

Footwear, this is going to be your biggest decision because you will be doing tons of walking, dancing and if you’re abroad, sight-seeing. The best footwear has to be light, comfortable and long lasting – you don’t want them to break mid-festival. Adidas are up the top of the list with their boost technology, and they’re cheap when it comes to comfort. Going for a styled look, you also have Kanye Wests’ Yeezy trainers, which aren’t the cheapest or are easy to get your hands on – your best bet is to look on sites that sell second-hand Yeezy’s to get your hands on a pair, if you looking for a cheaper price.

Depending on your preference any style of trainer will do you fine, but keep in mind that you’ll be doing your majority of walking in that shoe/ trainer; but also, be aware that your trainers will most likely be destroyed by the first set – So, think wisely on what brand.

The festival you’re attending will most likely run over-night and depending on where you are, it will get cold. Bringing a bag with a coat inside is ideal as if you’re attending a UK festival like Creamfields it will most likely get cold at nights – especially if you’re camping overnight. If you’re abroad for a festival, like Spain or somewhere on the lower equator then usually it doesn’t get cold a night, just maybe take a slim, skinny jacket in case it does. Remember to always be safe when you’re abroad, sometimes wearing high-end designer clothes can be a bad idea – it does make you a target for a robbery. Be clear of your surroundings.

Stay safe and have a good summer!

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