What to Wear to a Summer Music Festival?

May 7, 2020 2:22 pm


What to Wear to a Summer Music Festival?

Summer is a time for sunglasses, holidays and above all else, music festivals. There are lots of them happening this summer across both the UK and Ireland including concerts, outdoor music festivals and entertainment events. Some of the biggest events include the likes of Coachella and Glastonbury. Despite the fact that most people associate summer with, well, the sun, living in the UK means never really being able to rely on those glorious sun rays when we need them most. But don’t worry, we have included this list of summer music festival tips to coincide with such matters, ensuring that you are always prepared for the best…and the worst:

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Bring a Coat

You can’t attend a music festival without some form of a coat. It’s just not possible. This is especially true if you are attending an event where the guests all camp out on the wet grass at night. It is likely that you are going to experience your fair share of rain, mud and wind. Bring a coat to help ease some of the stresses of this troublesome weather.

Boots and Wellies

Festivals are muddy places. This is mainly because of the large number of people who attend festivals, all of them are kicking up dirt when they walk, and this turns to mud once the rain starts. Protect your feet from that awful squishy feeling that comes when your feet and socks are drenched. A good pair of boots will go a long way, allowing you to enjoy the music in a more practical manner.

Quality Jeans

Skip the denim shorts, there’s no telling how cold it’s going to get out there. Instead, opt for a pair of women’s designer jeans from Cuba. They will see you through the entire concert in comfort and style. Pair your jeans with a cute leather jacket or opt for the leather pants with a denim jacket look for ultimate festival fashion.

Safe Tights

Despite the fact that it’s probably going to be freezing cold and the rain will fall like pellets, some people just can’t resist letting their legs breathe in a festival. That’s all well and good, but what are you going to do when it starts bucketing? The Telegraph advises that you take a handy pair of tights with you to slip on when things get a little chilly.