Saturday, 17 June 2017

What to Wear to Festivals: 4 Foolproof Outfits For 2017

I write this with the heaviest of hearts, as I’m not going to a single festival this year. SOB! And although it kills me inside a little (okay, a lot) to even think about those fields of beer cans and abandoned wellies, I figured I should probably just suck it up and address this notable season in the fashion calendar.

So like a flower-crowned phoenix rising from the flames of a campfire, I’ve reappeared from my hole of denial and put together 4 looks for you lucky ones panicking over what to wear to festivals this year. I have a couple of the QUIZ dresses /jumpsuits in my wardrobe already (which I LOVE), so you can see how I style these day to day. I guess there’s nothing left for me to say except I’m eternally jealous and will probably be stalking your Instagram.

1 - Florals and studs

QUIZ cream crepe floral split leg jumpsuit, £34.99
ASOS asher leather studded ankle boots, £60
ASOS sacred hawk studded belt with hearts and stars, £25
Missguided black studded fedora, £10

2 - Florals and metallics

If it's not raining (fingers crossed!!!), just swap out the mac for a denim jacket.

QUIZ black and red embroidered cold shoulder playsuit, £29.99
QUIZ black faux leather jewel choker, £2.99 (on sale)
Missguided silver hooded festival rain mac jacket, £35
Dust & Dance iridescent pink angel glitter, £3.50

3 - Sequins and kimono

Pretty Little Thing Liberty Green Sequin Halterneck Crop Top, £15
Topshop moto high waisted rip mom shorts, £32
Pretty Little Thing black mesh band print frill kimono, £25
Pretty Little Thing bryony gold circle cross drop earrings, £5
OFFICE black leather gold hardware boots, £60 (on sale)

4 - Sequins and tiedye

Missguided pink ombre sequin cropped jacket, £40
Missguided pink tie dye bodysuit, £15
Missguided blue shredded side festival shorts, £25
Pretty Little Thing inari white large fishnet tights, £5
Dust & Dance iridescent angel gems, £6

By Holly Earp.

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