Sponsored Post: Festival Fashion

It’s begun. The thousands of fans donning wellies and ponchos caked in mud, have started to emerge – be it on TV, photos on Facebook or live radio coverage, you can’t get away from festival fever. If you don’t quite feel festival savvy or feel that you could pull off the boho look, then try women’s plus size clothing from Curvissa – they have a great boho range that will ensure you get festival fashion spot on.
Back to basics….
Ok, so your festival skeletal wardrobe should look something like this:
Start with pale blue. On first thought, this can seem an odd choice for festivals given their bottle green wellington boot vibe. But pale blue is a fantastic colour for the festival season, it’s versatile and easy to match with pretty much any colour or print. We’d recommend a worn effect denim shirt which can be brightened up with a floral print tee, worn underneath.
Another great choice to get your wardrobe festival-chic, is to opt for a crochet waistcoat. Girlie and pretty, they’re the ultimate partner for dressing up basic tees and strappy tops, so don’t forget to don this when heading over to the main stage.
Of course, being outside all day means you’re likely to come into all sorts of weather – so don’t be caught out. Take sunglasses for when the sun is shining: the aviator style is always a popular rock chic look, and a lightweight summer scarf for when the sun has set.
Pale blue lends itself very well to being worn with wooden jewellery – and this is a must have accessory for festivals. Wooden bracelets and necklaces are far more hip than metallic shades. Our top tip would be to pick something with coloured beads for the optimum festival chic look.
For something a bit different to wellington boots, we’d suggest investing in a pair of slouch ankle boots. They are perfect for festivals as for when the ground is a bit muddy, and will keep your feet nice and dry and looking fashionable!
Stick to these tips and you’re sure to get it absolutely right this festival season. After all, who said festivals were just about the music?!

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