Attending a multi-day music festival is sure to create fun and memorable moments that will stay with you for the rest of your life. You get the opportunity to spend quality time with your friends while seeing some of your all-time favorite bands and DJs perform live.
The music festival is drawing closer and you’re becoming more and more excited and checking your favorite blogs. There’s just one major problem that you need to address; your wardrobe.
To get the most out of your festival experience, you need to know what to wear. Here are five fashion choices that are well worth considering:
- Suitable footwear
Wearing suitable footwear is absolutely vital if you want to feel comfortable and truly enjoy the weekend. Chances are that you’ll end up wearing the same pair of footwear for the entire weekend so make sure to choose wisely. Do not bring a new pair of shoes that have not been broken in yet and always check the weather forecast before putting anything into your suitcase. If it’s promised wet, wellies are the obvious choice and if it’s really hot and sunny, it’s time to pack those flip-flops and sandals.
A hat is extremely flexible when it comes to music festivals and can be used for a variety of different uses. A hat will shield you from the sun, protect you from wet projectiles in the crown and also keep the strong UV rays from beating directly onto your face. If the weather is promised to be very hot, ensure you wear sunscreen and sunglasses as standing outside all day leaves you venerable to the harsh elements of the sun.
- Harem pants
Harem pants for men and women are widely popular with music festival lovers. Why? Because they’re comfortable, they’re trendy, they’re versatile and they look good too. They come in a wide range of different colors and have become a staple piece of every music festival lover’s wardrobe. Pair them up with a tank top or crop top to finish off your bohemian look.
- Denim shorts
Are you ready to bare your legs and get the fake tan out? The right pair of shorts will prove to be a vital piece of your festival wardrobe. Wear them with a baggy top with a bikini top underneath, just in-case you get overly hot from all the dancing. If you’re not comfortable wearing shorts on their own, put a pair of tights or leggings on underneath them.
Leave the designer and leather handbags at home – a music festival is no place for fancy handbags. Small backpacks and fanny packs are most likely the best option. Whatever bag you choose to bring, ensure it’s big enough to hold a large bottle of water, some sunscreen, a roll of toilet paper, a packet of wet wipes, some money and the all-important phone too.
One of the greatest things about music festivals is that no one is going to judge you for what you wear so you can be as creative and as whacky as you like with your clothes. Festivals are all about expressing yourself through fashion and having fun with what you wear. Happy shopping!