The festival season is finally here! With Glastonbury coming up at the end of the month it is the perfect excuse to start buying your festival outfits. Make sure you’re rocking your own style, putting a personal twist on the classic festival clothing. Here at Yours we love the inspiring festival looks, summer florals, cut-off jeans, bohemian and contemporary. There are many festivals over the summer from Coachella in California, Hideout in Croatia and Glastonbury here in England; in England you may need a little more layering!
Here are some celebrity looks, Vanessa Hugdens being the epitome of festival fashion!
Here at Yours Clothing I have chosen five picks for your festival looks!
Kimonos are a festival must- everyone needs a kimono this summer. They’re the perfect summer layering piece, which will compliment a laid back or glammed up look. You can wear it with a dress and sandals for a boho look, or an edgy look with denim shorts and a t-shirt (this would look great with wellies, as you cannot always rely on British festival weather!)
It wouldn’t be a festival pick list without a little crochet. The staple festival piece! This top allows you to make a plain vest a shorts a little more attention-grabbing, at the same time allowing you cover up slightly without getting to hot in the festival sun!
These casual harem style trousers are perfect for a cool festival evening when the sun goes down. This pop of orange within the print makes them super summery! Here at yours we would pair these with a plain white tee and sandals for a casual summer look.
This daisy print smock dress with a navy crochet trim is a comfortable dress which flares away from the body. Dresses are perfect for festivals as they are cool and easy to move around in. This dress could be paired with sandals and a parka to keep you warm in the evenings. The hint of crochet makes it super festival chic.
No festival outfit is complete without a pair of sunglasses. These floral print sunglasses are perfect for those summer days in the sun with your friends. At £4 a pair they are a steal!
Hope you enjoyed reading my top 5 festival picks!