The cold weather is gone and finally Summer is right around the corner, so on our minds, we all start to get that “exclusive Summer Fever” about all the festival tendencies and what’s on to get all eyes on you that season.
This Summer is no different, with the Festivals forthcoming, we want to know exactly what to wear to get on point in an absolute flawless way to have a perfect day with friends/boyfriend soaking up the sun surrounded by the sound of your favourite band.
Forget sequins, fringing and flower crowns. Here’sVogue’s guide to festival dressing for summer 2017. – VOGUE UK
Here I leave some tips wich I find totally involved with the trends and innovations for this summer 2017 from ELLIE PITHERS, whom is the fashion features editor of British Vogue.
1. Headline act
Forget the ironic slogan cap; this summer, windswept hair needs little adornment other than a fisherman hat. Rummage through Rokit to find vintage Fila numbers, or debut Miu Miu’s sequin-embellished bucket.
2. Belt up
Switch your cross-body for a belt bag – and wear super cinched at the waist, or over one shoulder. Gucci’s is the prize, but vintage styles produce a similar effect. The added extra? A checked lumberjack shirt.
3. Be a wallflower
Sportswear has had its time in the sun (and rain, for that matter). Time to channel Goldie Hawn in full Seventies Shampoo mode. Chloé has the modern update on off-the-shoulder florals in soft blues and browns, otherwise trawl vintage shops for wallpaper prints you can show off over Spandex leggings.
CREDIT GREGORY HARRIS
4. Pose and expose
Ponchos and practical nylon cover-ups will always have a place in the festival-goer’s wardrobe arsenal – but why obscure your finely constructed outfit? Pack a transparent vinyl raincoat instead – all the better to show off the vintage floral dress underneath.
5. The ear’s the thing
Get ready to master the new decadent mood: accessorise every outfit with super-sized earrings, rather than hair garlands or glittery eye-make up.
CREDIT GREGORY HARRIS
6. Go undercover
A parka is a festival mainstay – and Valentino’s nineties camouflage is something worth investing it. Wear it with a tea dress for day, and pack striped knitwear for cooler nights – extra points for camo trousers.