WHAT TO WEAR TO
Heading to a winter festival?
By Lucy Glen, 16 June 2017
Go minimal with your packing and embrace a tracksuit: the 2-for-1 solution for the
lazy terminally chill. Wear the hoodie over a floral dress for serious skater-girl vibes. And because the track pants double-up as sleep wear it's really a no brainer.
Hats off to you
Now, we know the age-old trick of wearing a hat to hide those bad hair days, but this will also keep you toasty-warm. Bonus points for the racing stripe so your buds can spot you in the crowd.
No festival is complete without a floral dress to frolic in. When temps are low wear with stockings or long socks and some sturdy boots for a failsafe outfit.
Listen, no one has time for physically carting around a bag at a festival. A bumbag is the solution. Hands-free dancing + keeping valuables secure = dream result.
Tough-looking black boots are the order of the day for festivals. Fact. These ones can be worn with jeans and warm jacket for lousy-weather days or equally as sleek with tea dress and thick socks.
Forget the mini sneaker-socks this festival season and opt for calf length B-ball-inspired ones, they will give you some serious game.
The only one
Question: If you could only take one item to a festival what would it be? Answer: Dry shampoo. That is the actual truth.
Pack a mac
Even if the rain doesn't make an appearance it's always better to be prepared right? Also, when rain coats look this extra it would be a crying shame not to pack one.
Give your face some love with these pink-lensed sunnies. Perfect for legit sunshine (it could happen) or simply for hiding behind when it's too early for eye contact.
Keep it clean
Priority packing is key for a festival, save a whole bunch of room on cleansers and bottles by using wipes for everything. Forget the phrase 'shower in a can'...more like 'shower in a pack'.