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Festival Vintage Fashion Must Haves

 

Get ready! Festival season is coming! That means sequins, shorts, wellies, glitter, days filled with music, and in Britain- rain. Festival fashion became apparent back in 1969 At Woodstock — or more formally, the Woodstock Music & Art Fair —Promoted as "An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music," the organisers expected around 200,000 to attend. All told, the audience numbered somewhere between 400,000 and 500,000. Although the festival was majorly overcrowded, and had terrible weather conditions, the festival goers kept it cool. As a result, we have been blessed with some of the most iconic festival wear inspo ever. These days, Festivals have a capacity that ranges from 120,000 (Glastonbury Festival) to 30,000 (Bestival).

 Janice Joplin @ Woodstock

For most people, and the internet in general, the phrase ‘Festival Style’ instantly pops up images of celebs wearing denim cut-offs, & floral headbands. While Sienna Miller, Kate Moss, and Alexa Chung did totally OWN that look in the 2000’s, festival fashion (and style) can be soooo much more. Festivals are a fabulous chance to express yourself no matter what your personal style is, you can be glitz & glam, or super casual! Its important to be yourself, and absolutely rock whatever you’re feelin’.

 

Festivals should be a time to unwind and celebrate with your friends and have fun. But where’s the harm in making sure your outfits are great?!

 

Heres our mini list of Vintage fashion trends that’ll make all your friends jel:

 

-Fringe (Werk the fringe, don’t let the fringe werk you)

-Denim, denim, denim

-Cowboy boots (yee-ha, and all that)

-Floral dresses

-Raincoat (Lets face it, it’s gonna rain)

-Wellies (See above)

-Hip/Bum Bag

-Trainers (Who wants to wear heels in the mud? Not us!)

-Graphic Tee’s/Shirts

 

Because we are the best, we’re also giving you a v handy checklist of all the practical things you may need whilst strutting your stuff:

 

- TICKETS! (this is THE most important thing, and easier to forget than you think)

-Tent/sleeping bag

- Wet wipes (We don’t need to explain)

-Food & Drink

-Portable Charger

-Toiletries

-Bin bags – It’s always helpful to clean up after yourself at festivals to save the staff doing it, and you’ll be helping the environment! Fab!

 

Heres a list of the upcoming uk festivals this year- Going to any? Let us know over on our Instagram @evintageuk

 

1. Isle Of Wight Festival 2018

Where: Seaclose Park (Isle of Wight)
When: June 21-24, 2018

2. Reading & Leeds Festival 2018

Where: Little John's Farm (Reading) and Bramham Park (Leeds)
When: August 24-26, 2018

3. RiZE Festival 2018 (V Festival replacement)

Where: Hylands Park (Chelmsford) and Weston Park (Staffordshire)
When: August 17 & 18 

4.  British Summer Time Hyde Park Festival 2018                                                      Where: Hyde Park (London)
When: Currently only July 6 (Roger Waters) and July 14 (Bruno Mars) have been confirmed                   

5. TRNSMT Festival 2018                                                                                      Where: Glasgow Green (Glasgow)                                                                      When:  June 29, 30 & July 1, 6 & 8, 2018                               

6. Wireless Festival 2018                                                                                       Where: Finsbury Park (London)
When: July 6-8, 2018 

7. Bestival 2018                                                                                                 Where: Lulworth Castle (Dorset)
When: August 2-5

8.Download Festival 2018                                                                                 Where: Donnington Park (Derby)
When: June 8-10, 2018                                                          

9. Creamfields 2018                                                                                             Where: Daresbury (Warrington)
When: August 23-26, 2018

Love - The E-Vintage Team x x  

 

 

 

 

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