Saturday 12 July 2014


Rejoice! It's my favourite time of year filled with music, fashion and... BBC Three. Yes, it's rare for me to actually attend festivals (unless you count two years I went to Leeds Festival) so I reduce myself, year after year, to watching the highlights on telly. Greg James presenting the highlights is always a bonus.

We're half way through July which means we're halfway through festival season and I'm hopelessly lusting over people's outfits, laughing at their mud ridden legs (I shouldn't laugh really, I've been there and it's a horrible experience) and talking myself out of the rest of the festivals still to come.

It dawned on me that I'm yet to share my ideas and what I would personally like to wear to different festivals.

Hot picks: Kimonos, ankle boots, backpacks, sundresses, playsuits, LOTS OF FRINGING, tie dye, maxi dresses/skirts, flower crows, feather headdresses, floral print, floral/circle/heart/oversized sunglasses, heavy embellishment, statement jackets, rain macs. 

If you're in the UK, be prepared and buy wellies! (and don't wear mass amounts of white!)

It's a great opportunity to express yourself, be over the top and as extravagant as you want. You won't be the only wear looking like a human rainbow. 

Now you've seen how I would style myself/others, let's seen how other style themselves!
 Have any of you been to a festival this year, if so which one and what did you wear?!

Drop me a comment and let me know what you would wear and what you think about my choices.

I'm off to watch T in the Park highlights!

Don't forget, be the best Lana DR you can and stay amazing! xox
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  1. Love these festival picks!

    Jegz xo

  2. Beautiful post, love all of these outfits! I wish I was going to a festival this year!! :(
    I uploaded an ootd post, you can check it out over on my blog :) xo


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