Music festivals are so much fun, the music, the vibe, the friends – music festival season is all about fun. But it is also all about fashion and making sure you look good while you enjoy the music and time with your friends.
The key to dressing for a music festival is to make sure you are comfortable but also trendy. You also want outfits and accessories that can take you from the daytime to the night easily at Glastonbury or any other festival.
There are a few must have items that you should always pack with you when you head out to a festival,
- Hand sanitizer. A part of the charm of festivals in the grunginess. They are held outdoors which means you are going to get dusty or muddy, depending on the weather. Festivals also mean many people using the public toilets. So, pop a bottle or two of hand sanitiser in your handbag so you can make sure you are always germ free.
- Sunscreen. Sunscreen really isn’t optional, even if you are going to a winter festival. If you are outside you need sunscreen and you need to reapply it regularly. Find one that is the highest SPF and make sure you have enough to last the duration of the festival.
- Water. Being outside all day means you are going to need to hydrate as often as possible. A good idea is to take your own supply of fresh water to avoid having to stand in queues to buy more.
- BB Cream. You still need to have your makeup on point during a festival, so using a BB cream is a durable alternative to foundation. It covers your skin effectively and comes with both a moisturizer and SPF protection. Keep it in your bag so you can touch up and reapply if you need to.
- Headbands and hair ties. You probably have these in your bag even when you aren’t going to a festival but head bands help to keep your hair out of your face while you are enjoying your favorite band and hair times are always needed at some point.
- Lip gloss or lip balm. Partying at music festivals is hard work, especially when you sing along to your favorite bands. Lip gloss or lip balm will keep your lips hydrated and looking good while you have fun.
- Pack light. If you are going to be away for a night or two, make pack light but practical. You don’t want to walk around in the same clothes for 2 days, but you also don’t want to have to spend hours changing outfits. Pick a few outfits that are classic, comfortable and will look.
- Stock up on snacks. Pack enough snack food to keep you going throughout the festival. You don’t want to spend time looking for food to eat or standing in queues.
- Don’t forget the accessories. Jewellery is a quick and easy way to change the look and feel of your outfit. So, don’t forget to pack in a few of your favourite pieces.
Speaking of jewellery, we have a few of our favorite pieces for you to get festival ready.
- Sterling Silver Leaf Earrings
These beautiful sterling silver earrings will dangle from your ears beautifully while you dance to the beats of your favourite singer.
- Line Ear cuff
Simple but effective, you can add this piece and wear it the whole festival through or you can add it to your evening outfit for a little sparkle.
- Geometric Hoop Earrings
Hoops are great accessories to wear, they won’t get in the way or bother you while you are enjoying the festival, but they add to your look.
-Gold-plated Stone Ring
Need some color, no problem, add this bright bold ring and you are good to go.
- Leaf Necklace
This necklace will look elegant and whimsical hanging from your neck. It is a fun necklace to keep your collection.
- Evil Eye Jewellery
Keep all those evil glances at bay by wearing an evil eye necklace. It will ensure your festival experience is positive and fun.
- Gold Plated Flake Necklaces
These necklaces can be layered with other necklaces to add colour and fun to your festival outfits.
- Ear Cuffs
Ear cuffs come in so many different styles, and designs making them great to pack in because you can quickly add and remove them when you need to.
- Sterling Silver Rings
Make sure your hands are accessorized with a couple of gorgeous sterling silver rings. Play around with how you wear them. Stack them or wear them one at a time. It is up to you.