It’s mid-summer now but it’s not too late to get your fashion accessories in check for 2012. The weather is set to hot up a little and festival season is in full swing – so what is going to compliment your festival outfits this year?
There are plenty of accessories that you can be rocking this festival season – some pricey and some cheap as chips. So whatever your budget is this year you’re bound to find some great accessories!
1. Glow Sticks
Light up the night with a packet of glow sticks – there’s nothing better than adding to a festivals atmosphere creating an array of colour with a variety of glow sticks. You can wear them around your wrist or your neck so you can party in a festival rave!
2. A Watch
A watch can be the perfect fashion accessory – but not only this, it can be a lifesaver at a festival to ensure you don’t miss your favourite acts. If you’re one of those people who look after your possessions and can take them anywhere and everywhere then it may be worth pushing the boat out and buying a watch that will last although this may break the bank a little. If you want a watch that is going to get you recognised for its brand and quirky look then perhaps a Michael Kors or a Breitling or even splash out on a Rolex. Watches of Switzerland specialises in luxury watches so you can find the perfect festival going watch for high quality and practicality!
Well a festival simply wouldn’t be a festival without a decent pair of wellies! Stand out from the crowd with a pair of wacky wellies, show your patriotic side with a bright pair of Union Jacks on your feet! If you want a practical pair of wellies then the most popular brand, that all the celebs are sporting, are of course Hunter wellies and these range from around £30 – £100.
4. A Kigu
Many festivals nowadays are fancy dress and even if they aren’t we still tend to wear the most outrageous outfits we can find any way! A Kigu is pretty much a cool onesie. There are plenty of designs to choose from, ranging from a red panda to a koala. They cost around £50 and can be bought online from the Kigu website itself or other outlets include Urban Outfitters. You’ll definitely be noticed in one of these, and not only will you be noticed – you’ll be warm and cosy when the sun goes down and the night begins!
5. A first aid kit!
We all know that festivals can get a little bit messy so it’s important to be prepared at all times. Get yourself a festival kit with some funky plasters and first aid materials so that in case of an emergency you can be fully prepared and fashionable still!
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