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All photo taken at Solar Festival 2015 MDFS

At the ending of the festival season it’s time to recap and think of what could be improved fashion wise. Lots of people buy tickets for music festivals every year. Many of them are held over an entire weekend, and so getting your wardrobe right is important. You need to make sure you purchase and pack all the essential items before you leave home. The last thing you want is to get caught short when you’re staying away for the weekend. The simple guide on this page should help to guarantee you don’t overlook anything important. Our suggestions are all you need to ensure you have a fantastic time. solar group foto overvieuw

Trousers / Jeans / Comfortable Joggers

Firstly, you need to think about the clothing items that will keep your legs covered. At this time of year, the temperatures are not going to make you want to wear shorts. You need to invest in a range of different items to ensure you are ready for any eventuality. Trousers are not a good idea because they will restrict your movement too much. However, jeans are perfect. They are durable, and they will help to keep you warm. You can buy the best mens clothing online or on your local high street. Just make sure you stick with current trends and get items that are going to make you look cool.

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Hats / Headscarves / Bandanas

You’ll want to ensure you have something to cover your head during the festival. That will also help to keep your body at a reasonable temperature. Plus, headgear can make you look at lot more fashionable. Those trilby hats are not trendy any longer. You need to think outside of the box and try something original. That is why we suggest you consider headscarves and bandanas. You can wear them without looking like you’re doing a Tupac impression if you’re careful.  

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Trainers / Sandals / Footwear

Most people know how muddy festival fields can become. Considering that, you need to be very careful when it comes to selecting your footwear. You’re going to need a decent pair of Wellington boots at the very least. However, you’ll also want to make sure you have some good trainers. If the weather holds out, you will feel more comfortable in sandals and training shoes. At the end of the day, you are going to be on your feet for quite a while. So, it makes sense to have something soft underfoot.

solar group foto lightSo long as you take all the advice on this page, you should have everything covered at your next festival. Looking great doesn’t always mean wearing designer labels and expensive clothing. As you have discovered, sometimes it’s about buying functional items and fitting in with everyone else. You won’t see very many people at outdoor music events who refrain from wearing Wellington boots. They might not look cool to you, but they will let everyone else know you thought ahead. Don’t make the mistake of being the one person with ruined shoes and mud up to their knees. We all know how much of a laugh other festival-goers will have at your expense.

Enjoy your next music event!