The festival season is finally upon us and as you flock to the fields for some of the summer’s freshest tunes, you also have to look your best and ‘glamp’ in style!
Boohoo has a wide collection for the festival look with some sheer floral out jackets, the revival of the dungarees and a particular favorite for 2013 – the Crochet top.  This look is versatile, a mix of summery neons and cool denim, with any kind of casual white top or shorts and you have the key essentials – the bonus to which is that there isn’t anything particularly new about this look, you can re-use a lot of staple wardrobe items and merely mix it up for a new taste or just add a few simple accessories to give it a flair.
However if you’re looking to have a little less of the girly factor, the New Look team a swing crop top with a pair of black high-waisted shorts and a black leather jacket to add an edge to the classical take on the festival season trend.

For a more Boho take on the look, try out a maxi dress with a pair of sandals for a more summery take, or a pair of black biker boots for a slightly less feminine effect – or simply a more practical one for when braving the wind, rain and mud!
This is a factor to keep in mind when determining a look for an upcoming festival. After all we all like to look our best but with queues for the loos, a wall of mud surrounding our tents and the long cold nights to make it through, some outerwear is good idea. New Look have featured a colorful mix of patterned lightweight parkas to keep you warm, but still look stylish. Keep in mind what the rest of your outfit will be and then have some fun with the cheeky imitations on the jacket and make it a further extension of your look this summer.

Another item to consider would be a pair of wellies – these too can be colorful and fun. You don’t have to be succumbed to the drear of grungy green farmer boots, so you don’t sacrifice wet and cold feet for the sake of fashion – in this sense NO PAIN, NO GAIN really will not suffice when your sniveling into a sleeping bag and missing all the good music.
The main thing to keep in mind with the festival trend is its versatility and fluidity through use of color, patterns and styling. The layered look can work really well here and can clashing contradictions to make a look that will really stand out in the crowd. This is possibly the one thing you can really test the limits of without ever really pushing too far. We’re all off to have a good time and let our hair down – so just remember with this one that LOUD IS PROUD!
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