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Fashion 6 top bloggers share their
festival outfit picks


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"I really love festivals in the UK. I've done festivals abroad, which although are amazing, can be super hot (which isn't always ideal for tent situations)! Sometimes the rain is a real (mixed) blessing. I never take a good phone with me to festivals – it’s all about living in the moment (as silly as that sounds)!"


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"Up until now I've only experienced festivals in Sweden, but this summer I'm going all in for Berlin and I have a feeling that this will be my best festival summer ever! When it comes to your outfit: go for comfort over style. Also, funny hats or sunnies can make you go from boring to festival-fab in a second."


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"Since I'm not a happy camper, I prefer city festivals where I can sleep in my own bed. At the festival, I make my own bermuda triangle between the bar, snack place and lounge areas. I wear blue jeans and a t-shirt with fresh sneakers and a bum bag – I know it doesn’t get more festival classic, but it works! "


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"The line-up is very important when I decide which festivals I go to, so when I'm actually there you'll probably see me in front or close to the stage with the artist I wanted to see. When it comes to beauty, I'm quite relaxed. I like to look good at festivals, but having fun with friends is much more important."


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"At a festival you’ll find me as close to the front as I can get - no way am I missing out on any of the bands on my list. My three favorite festival beauty products are dry shampoo, dry shampoo and dry shampoo. Oh and 50+ SPF sunscreen. Don’t even bother wearing make-up. You know that song, “I wear my sunglasses at night"?"


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"I attend a lot of festivals, for the love of music - so you'll find me in front of the stage. It’s the best place to really live the experience. My tip is to adopt a loose & relaxed style: a bohemian dress, a blouse, or a grunge shirt. Nothing is worse than feeling uncomfortable in your clothes when you dance or sit on the grass."