As summer approaches it’s safe to say we’re all getting a little excited about getting out the summer wardrobe once again. Summer means garden parties, BBQ’s and festival time. This year has been no exception with the famous Coachella festival starting the year in sunny California and this weekend’s infamous Glastonbury Festival. These star studded events with brilliant musicians and well known celebrities are showing us how easy it is to style this festival and summer season.
As with most festival events, trends are inspired by age old style and with elements of modern twists. Popular looks always take centre stage time and time again as laid back casual summer days and warm evenings call for comfortable yet stylish style to party long into the night.
Take a look at these top festival styles to get you in the summer spirit:
It’s all in the Maxi – A totally summer inspired dress, perfect for comfort and elegance. There are an abundance of gorgeous dresses available with varieties in colour, pattern and silhouette. Maxi dresses suit a variety of shapes and sizes with flattering and light materials to smooth lines and creates a pretty feminine feel.
Playsuit Styles – Whether you like the shortie variety or longer styles, playsuits are a fabulous addition to your wardrobe. This perfect festival style combines cool day wear which can be glammed up with chic accessories for glamourous evening wear.
Wide-Brim Hats – Create a vintage bohemian feel to your outfit with a gorgeous floppy wide brim hat. This accessory creates a cool on trend update to the classic boho look and is perfect to keep the sun off you head and shoulders whilst revelling in the party music.
Metallic tattoos – This trend is huge this summer. This is the ultimate boho style and is naturally chic when paired with a gorgeous maxi dress and gorgeous accessories.
Classic festival style is super easy to achieve and is perfect for summer parties and casual summer days. It’s a staple look for any wardrobe and is quick and effortless to style and accessorise. What’s your favourite festival style?