Festival season is upon us so time to get thinking festival fashion – if you haven’t already!
Festival looks take on all kinds of style and influences with these beautiful temporary escapes providing the perfect place to be yourself, or be someone entirely different. Many a seasoned festival goer will say practical style is the best option, yet at the same time just as many will say throw practical out the window and take full advantage of your ticket to the outrageous.
Whether you’re lounging around a campfire or dancing till the early hours, you’ll want to do it in style. Chelsea Peers have the perfect two piece Palm Printed shorts set (£32) visit www.chelseapeersnyc.com
For chunky check out the Hahn High Top Trainers (£35) www.koifootwear.com
For the two tone look it’s the Thrace Two Part Trainers (£30) from www.koifootwear.com
For a stylish alternative to the traditional welly but with reliable 100% waterproof protection, go for Tretorn’s Atmos Hybrid Rubber Boots (£110).
For ladies the Littal T-Shirt in black (£27.99) will look on trend and hide any festival grubbiness. www.protest.eu
To bring on the brights the Nitpicker Singlet in Live Coral (£17.99) is key. www.protest.eu
The Bandoeng 19 Tunic (£49.99) is the ideal easy to wear option. www.protest.eu
An old faithful festival style, the Heaton Long Sleeve Shirt (£39.99) works as a cool cover up and with rolled sleeves looks right on trend. www.protest.eu