How to dress for a festival?
That's it, the festival season has started. The opportunity to enjoy music and the great outdoors but also to concoct an ultra-trendy look, reserved for the occasion. Here are some tips on how to find the perfect outfit for a festival and look the best to go dancing !
From Woodstock to Coachella via the less distant Garorock or Musicalarue, festivals are always an opportunity to wear original and slightly off-the-wall clothing. Inspired by hippie, street wear or rock, it's the perfect opportunity to have fun in our looks.
This is certainly the most popular look among festival-goers today. Directly inspired by the psychedelic world of festivals at the end of the 60s, it is the most appropriate style for the event. To compete with the regulars, we put on a selection of boho-chic pieces, such as a crocheted tunic, a flowery kimono and why not a pretty long and flowing colorful dress.
A total rock look
Are you going to cheer on rock stars on stage? Level up with your favorite artists by igniting your inner rocker. At festivals, nothing is more practical than shorts. Choose a slightly destroyed denim model, matched with a T-shirt with a message or the image of your favorite band. Is it a bit chilly? So much the better ! It's time to get out your favorite leather biker jacket for a total grunge look!
Think about the unexpected
Beyond the look, it is also important to take into account some important details. Indeed, experienced festival-goers know that it is particularly unpleasant to wade through the mud with canvas shoes or to catch a sunstroke because you didn't think to take a hat... To enjoy your concerts until the end at night adapt your outfit to the weather and think about the rain. And yes, even in the middle of summer, showers can still happen ! To do this, wear rain gear: raincoat, parka... have fun! Instead, choose a lightweight model so you don't die of heat when you let off steam in the pit!
Shoes to dance the night away
No need to draw a picture, the muddy ground of a festival is not the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival. Forget the heels and opt instead for a good pair of comfortable and stylish trainers. Finally, if the weather turns out to be stormy, don't forget THE essential piece for any festival-goer who should: rain boots!
Getting loose on accessories
Because the little details contribute a lot to your look, we don't hesitate to accumulate accessories. Multiply the colorful bracelets on your wrist, adorn your dress with a pretty ethnic belt, tie your hair with a scarf and protect yourself from the sun with a straw hat... and don't forget your sunglasses!