Fun Yet Practical Festival Outfit Idea


1. Boohoo, £6.00 2. Warehouse, £50.00
3. Miss Selfridge, £42.00 4. Forever 21, £7.18 5. Equestrian Clearance, £118.99
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I don't know about you, but I'm really excited about the upcoming festival season! Its about to kick off and everywhere is selling beautiful festival themed and hippie-esque items. Thing is though, some of them aren't all that practical for a long day in a (probably) muddy field. Here is an outfit wish list I put together for the up and coming season, and something along the lines I myself will be wearing.

So the whole outfit may not be *that* practical, but it sure as well is wearable at a festival! The rain mac is perhaps the most stylish one out there for festival goers right now, but I would be sceptical about its waterproof level. It would look lovely over the top of a ditsy floral dress, but this tribal print playsuit is more my style. I have to say, if I'm going to be wandering around a muddy field all day, I'll feel a lot more comfortable in shorts than a skirt. You may notice that the boots are actually riding boots. I always wear my riding boots when going to events in fields such as bonfire nights as they're waterproof and warm. This pair look really comfortable for standing around and walking - something you do a lot at a festival. Even though this pair are a little pricey, its better to spurge more on boots that are going to keep you going for longer than being covered in blisters and losing your toe nails to cheap wellies (be warned - this does happen)!

What will you be wearing this festival season?


Written in association with Equestrian Clearance. All opinions are my own.

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Sarah Loves: Fun Yet Practical Festival Outfit Idea

29.5.13

Fun Yet Practical Festival Outfit Idea


1. Boohoo, £6.00 2. Warehouse, £50.00
3. Miss Selfridge, £42.00 4. Forever 21, £7.18 5. Equestrian Clearance, £118.99
Click on the brand names to view the products.

I don't know about you, but I'm really excited about the upcoming festival season! Its about to kick off and everywhere is selling beautiful festival themed and hippie-esque items. Thing is though, some of them aren't all that practical for a long day in a (probably) muddy field. Here is an outfit wish list I put together for the up and coming season, and something along the lines I myself will be wearing.

So the whole outfit may not be *that* practical, but it sure as well is wearable at a festival! The rain mac is perhaps the most stylish one out there for festival goers right now, but I would be sceptical about its waterproof level. It would look lovely over the top of a ditsy floral dress, but this tribal print playsuit is more my style. I have to say, if I'm going to be wandering around a muddy field all day, I'll feel a lot more comfortable in shorts than a skirt. You may notice that the boots are actually riding boots. I always wear my riding boots when going to events in fields such as bonfire nights as they're waterproof and warm. This pair look really comfortable for standing around and walking - something you do a lot at a festival. Even though this pair are a little pricey, its better to spurge more on boots that are going to keep you going for longer than being covered in blisters and losing your toe nails to cheap wellies (be warned - this does happen)!

What will you be wearing this festival season?


Written in association with Equestrian Clearance. All opinions are my own.

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13 Comments:

At 29 May 2013 at 20:59 , Blogger Natasha Gregson said...

This is such a great outfit for a festival :) Just the right balance of practicality and style! The playsuit is gorgeous.

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At 29 May 2013 at 21:27 , Blogger Gemma Talbot said...

Gorgeous play suit x

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At 29 May 2013 at 21:33 , Blogger Lara Lewis said...

I love that Miss Selfridge playsuit!
LaraLouise 
xx

 
At 29 May 2013 at 21:49 , Blogger Sam said...

Love the playsuit! I'm really looking forward to the festival season... as you said, little pretty dresses rain macs and wellies! Hopefully get a chance to wear sunglasses at some point too!
Sam xx

 
At 29 May 2013 at 21:55 , Blogger Alice x said...

This is a gorgeous post, love the boots (and everything else!) as both riding boots and with this outfit... reminds me that I really need some new riding boots!. Your new blog design is super lovely as well, I love all of the little doodles etc :) I was wondering (particularly on your last post) if you put effects on your photos, and if so what you do? They look amazing! xxxxxxxx

 
At 30 May 2013 at 00:04 , Blogger howvintage said...

Ah that playsuit is absolutely gorgeous. Love the jewellery too. This is the perfect festival look. Definitely agree that it's worthwhile to invest in a decent pair of boots. I've made the mistake of buying cheaper wellies before, won't be doing that again!

 
At 30 May 2013 at 02:48 , Blogger Anna Parker said...

i love the necklace, i've been looking for something just like it. xo

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At 30 May 2013 at 10:40 , Blogger Eleanor said...

Love the picks! I'm not even going to any festivals but I'm excited about the festival season!
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At 30 May 2013 at 14:29 , Blogger Paula Pastrana said...

love that bracelet! cool stuff :)

 
At 30 May 2013 at 18:17 , Blogger Josie said...

I'm not a festival kind of girl (not into mud haha!) but I love that playsuit, it'd be perfect for my holiday xxx

 
At 30 May 2013 at 23:34 , Blogger Charlotte Olivia said...

The playsuit is gorgeous and the jewelry is amazing too! It would be perfect for a festival :)

Charlotte xx
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At 31 May 2013 at 09:36 , Blogger Tan tan said...

That is perfect for festival season! :) I love this.

 
At 31 May 2013 at 16:35 , Blogger Lucy Farrington said...

Gorgeous outfit - the pattern is just lovely, really makes me wish I was going to a festival this year!!

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