As we approach the end of the Summer, it also signals the end of the 2015 festival season, with Glastonbury and sunshine now just a distant memory. But fear not, you can still get your festival fix this month at Bestival on the Isle of Wight on 10th September
Good weather is never guaranteed, but whatever the weather, festival fashion is all about standing out from the crowd. We've got some great ideas to make sure you get noticed.
For the young and courageous, catsuits are a firm festival favourite, with these animal print ones amongst the most popular. They don't take up much room in your backpack, dry really quickly if you get caught in the rain and also act as a thermal layer when it starts to get cold. Both the leopard print bodysuit
and tiger print bodysuits
are under £12 each!!
Party Packs - Catsuits & Bodysuits
Even if showers force you to cover up at at festival, you can still remain stylish with one of these fun ponchos. Choose a leopard print or tiger print one to match your outfit or our absolute favourites are these cute duck poncho
and flower poncho
Party Packs Festival Ponchos
I always take a few pairs of false eyelashes to festivals for an instant glamorous look that won't break the bank. If you ensure you take them off and store them carefully before you go to bed, you can also keep on reusing them. These gorgeous black false eyelashes
also have little droplets on the ends to catch the light.
Party Packs - Black False Eyelashes with Droplets
For a quick and easy way to jazz up any festival outfit; hats, headdresses and headbands are a staple of any festival wardrobe. These quirky vintage style teardrop hats look great and will easily fit into your backpack - available in leopard
or red sequin
. For the brave (ahem) this incredible feather Indian headdress
is sure to turn heads.
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For more festival supplies, accessories and ideas visit the Party Packs website
For festival face paint and make up inspiration visit our pinterest board
Top Festival Tips
- Pack lightly and wisely - layers and lightweight waterproofs are better than heavy items such as jeans
- Wet wipes are your friends! Great for keeping people, tents and footwear clean
- Invest in a mobile phone charger so you can keep your phone charged all weekend
- Keep clothes dry inside a big liner
- Take a folding travel mirror so you can get ready in your tent
- Use a hands-free light such as a camping lantern, head torch or tent light