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Festival Fashion Ideas

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Festival season is in full swing, and with Reading, Leeds, Wilderness, Bestival and V Festival still to come, some of you will still be trying to compile your festival wardrobes, even though most of the shops are stuffed to the hilt with sale stock. So we're here to help. We've scoured the shops for stylish, but practical festival attire - some of which will take you through to next season.

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  • Festival Fashion: ASOS Maxi dress

    This effortlessly chic jersey maxi dress will work on holiday and in the fields - belt for a more pulled-together look.

    £28, asos.com

  • Festival Fashion

    A tie-dye poncho honours this season's surfer-girl trend. Sling in your bag for unexpected downpours.

    £58.99, surfdome.com

  • Festival Fashion

    We wore these silver sneakers at Latitude. Not only are they waterproof, they're also incredibly comfy, ideal for hours of dancing.

    £100, fitflop.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    Think headdresses are a little OTT but want a festival-worthy hair accessory? This bohemian cuff looks great tucked behind your ear.

    £28, boticca.com

  • Festival Fashion

    The Hunter welly is a festival classic - this cobalt blue update also comes with studded straps.

    £75, brandalley.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    Hide bad hair days or cope with unexpected sun with this floppy fedora.

    £18, johnlewis.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This unique scarf folds out into a Union jack print.

    £89, jigsaw-online.com

  • Festival Fashion

    A floaty festival top that doubles up as a kaftan? Yes please.

    £155, matchesfashion.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Vibrant and comfortable, these printed shorts will look great with a floaty top.

    £22.99, mango.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Backpacks are back - thank heavens, as they're practical and comfy when you're dancing.

    £149, hobbs.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    Another festival; classic - we love the plaid print on the cuffs of this Barbour.

    £240, harveynichols.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This sport-luxe printed bomber is easy to find in a crowd. Going to Virgin Media V Festival? This jacket can be ordered from the bespoke very.co.uk mobile festival site, with items delivered to the Very tent within the hour!

    £45, very.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    Too much jewellery at a festival can be a massive faff - which is why these clip on tips for your collar are genius.

    £28, boticca.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This cat-print t-shirt is fun, and perfect for a festival.

    £30, lazyoaf.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    With Aztec and Gothic studs, these shorts tick two trend boxes.

    £29.99, missguided.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    These hot pink wellies are super cute, and make a fun alternative to boring black or green.

    £95, coggles.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This studded biker is lightweight and an edgier alternative to a poncho or wax jacket.

    £57, missselfridge.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    From Linda Farrow's collection for The Row, these tortoiseshell shades will look great with denim cut-offs and a leather jacket.

    £265, matchesfashion.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Playsuits are a festival no-no (think of the toilets!) - wear a sugary pink sun dress instead.

    £26, izabellondon.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This surprisingly roomy shoulder bag is the perfect size for your phone, wallet and poncho.

    £185, mimiberry.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    These beautiful butterfly headpieces look gorgeous dotted in long hair.

    £5 a slide, bohemianlovestory.com

  • Festival Fashion

    An effortlessly cool breton stripe dress that will work all-year round.

    £68, jigsaw-online.com

  • Festival Fashion

    This cute fox-print wash bag can also double as a clutch or purse.

    £20, aubinandwills.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Never Fully Dressed do a great line in festival-ready attire - this sequin-encrusted shirt is amazing.

    £69, neverfullydressed.co.uk

  • Festival Fashion

    Seen on the likes of Rita Ora, Tatty Devine's eyelash sunglasses are a cool take on cat eye shades.

    £94, tattydevine.com

  • Festival Fashion

    A star rain cape is the chicest way to stay dry.

    £22, asos.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Want an update on the plaid shirt? Try Zara's studded version - it will work for autumn/winter too.

    £39.99, zara.com

  • Festival Fashion

    A cosy cream jumper with boho tassles.

    £45, riverisland.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Tie-die jeans are everywhere at the moment, and are great for less-than-warm festival conditions. Go for Paige denim's tie-die skinnies.

    £215, selfridges.com

  • Festival Fashion

    Pop these cable knit fleece socks in your wellies to keep your toes nice and warm.

    £40, net-a-porter.com

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