NOTTINGHAM, England, July 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Festivals are becoming more and more about the look. Fact. Just from watching Glastonbury on the TV you can see that the fashionistas are rule festivals. Everything form festival tents to wellies and of course your clothes are on parade. SportsDirect.com have put together a shirt guide on how to nail the festival look!
First of all get a cool tent. Campri have a wide choice of pop-up festival tents each with quirky logos and quirky logos to get you noticed. Not only that but it will make it much easier to spot your tent too!
Wellies have, and always will be an integral part of the festival look, especially with over the knee socks. Patterned wellies are all the range and if they clash with your outfit it really doesn't matter, on the other hand you could purchase plain wellies and decorate themselves for a unique and quirky look.
If the Glastonbury pictures are anything to go by then cut-off denim shorts teamed with a printed vest or crochet waistcoat is one of the most sought after looks. Denim dungaree dresses were also quite popular and are an alternative to the classic denim shorts. If you're not a fan of denim then why not opt for a flowery or lace dress coupled with a classic parka-inspired raincoat for the ultimate festival style.
Bare leg it. Unless the conditions are appalling and unbearable try not to wear leggings or tights, not only is a fashion statement but later on when you're squashed between people you'll be glad to air your legs! Also, if your legs get muddy it's easy to clean them.
A festival would not be complete with a funky straw hat or flowers in your hair - you choose! If the hat you've chosen is plain try trying either a piece of ribbon or even a summer scarf around the brim to give your hat extra style.
For more festival tips take a look at the official SportsDirect blog.. You can also log on to SportsDirect.com to browse through their range of stylish tents, wellies and shorts, or visit their Facebook and Twitter pages for the latest deals.
SOURCE SportsDirect.com Retail Ltd