Tickets? Check. Tent? Yep. Festival dresses? Time to stock up. These boho frocks exude bohemian style and were made for dancing, camping and generally having the time of your life in a muddy field somewhere.
Embrace bohemian vibes with festival dresses
Outdoor festivals are the place to be seen during the warmer months of the year. Often the fashion press watches the crowds as keenly as music journalists do the line-up. When you're going out in the sunshine, it'll be hard to resist pulling on your favourite dancing frock. Dresses for festivals are easy to chuck on when you're sleeping in a two-person tent and perfect for picking through the crowds to catch your favourite bands. Pieces inspired by 60s flower power are ideal for pop and folk festivals: think layered skirts, floaty sleeves and statement knitted fabrics. Just add a straw hat and a pair of wedge wellies to complete the look.
Outstanding in their field: festival dresses
When it comes to dresses for festivals, it's good to think about layers. British weather is notoriously changeable, but throwing on a festival dress over a pair of skinny jeans is an easy way to beat gloomy weather if the forecast takes a turn for the chilly. Add a pair of printed wellington boots and a brightly coloured mackintosh for a bold look that manages to keep the rain off. Distressed denim numbers are easy to throw on over long-sleeved Breton tops - add some thick tights for extra cosiness. Both can be pulled off and popped in your day bag if the sun returns for its encore.