What to Wear: Festival Part Two

So now you know what to wear for a hot and dry festival. But let’s face it, with the British Summer, you’re more likely to be wading through mud than suncream. So what should you pack when you’re facing a wet weekend in a tent?


Your staples are going to be a parka and wellies. Stick to a plain colour and you can make the rest of your outfit bright as you like. Try this Wifey tank top with some super-bright jeans – and tuck a black cardi or sweater (I love this super-snuggly grunge jumper from Topshop) into your bag in case it gets cold – and get the whole outfit for £165.98.

Festival, Wellies, Topshop, New Look, Jeans, Parka, Satchel, Tank top, Fashion, Style, What to Wear1. Black tie waist lightweight parka, New Look, £17.99
2. Black Wifey tank top, New Look, £7.99
3. MOTO Poppy acid Joni jeans, Topshop, £36
4. JOULES POSH ribbon wellies, Topshop, £70
5. Spot print satchel, Topshop, £34


Time to switch things up – grab a super-bright parka but keep the rest relatively plain. And don’t forget your wellies! Add this outfit to your repertoire for £72.98. The spotty satchel will keep you going through the weekend to keep all your stuff

Festival, Parka, New Look, Topshop, Jeans, Nirvana, Tank top, Smile, Fashion, Style, What to wear1. Pink zebra print hooded parka, New Look, £19.99
2. Black Nirvana Smile tank top, New Look, £12.99
3. MOTO high waist skinny jeans, Topshop, £40


By now your parka from day one should have dried out a bit – so add that in to the mix for your last day at the festival. Those pins have to come out sometime – wear some thick socks to stop the wellies rubbing, then add a cardi to your bag. This top and shorts combo comes to £69.

Festival, Fashion, Style, What to wear, Top, Warehouse, Topshop, Shorts1. Jacquard military top, Warehouse, £35
2. MOTO ripped denim boy shorts, Topshop, £34

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