What I Wore to Glastonbury 2019

Festival fashion is so unique that it can mean a whole new wardrobe but remember it's the one place on earth where you can experiment and wear clothing that you may not be caught wearing in your every day life. So as I was going to the biggest festival in the world Glastonbury, this meant I needed to do some serious outfit planning in advance, thank god for next day delivery! 

When I think of festival fashion plenty of fringe, crochet, metallic and sequins spring to mind plus bodysuits, high-waisted denim shorts and embroidered dresses. Then to complete the look it's all about the biodegradable glitter, gems, bumbags, headpieces, belts and statement jewellery.

 So for those who have no idea about what to wear to your next music festival, then look no further than my Glastonbury 2019 outfits to inspire you for years to come.

Glastonbury Outfit 1

For my first festival look I styled a Pull & Bear ombre crochet top (£7.50) styled with ripped black denim shorts from Nasty Gal (£10). Accessorised with some sequin gold cat ears bought at the festival itself and a western style belt from Primark. I never normally get my stomach out but I feel at a festival anything goes and it was very hot for once.

Glastonbury Outfit 2

For my second day at Glastonbury Festival I opted to wear denim shorts again because they are just so comfortable this time from One Tribe Apparel which I have previously styled on the blog here. They have the cutest elephant print too.

I paired them with a contrasting tassel floral top which is from H&M 2 years ago and also had a boho feel to it. I finished off the festival look with a silver bumbag from Primark (£6).

Glastonbury Outfit 3

As you can see denim shorts became my go to piece, but this time they were a lighter denim finish from Bershka. I styled them with my Jack Daniels tee which was bought from ASOS years ago, a slogan or band tee is definitely a classic at a festival.

Glastonbury Outfit 4

For my final outfit I wanted to go a bit more glam as it was the final day and all. This meant gems on the forehead and an ASOS beautiful floral dress with a detailed lace back, ruffles and floaty sleeves which just screams boho fashion to me. To complete the look I threw on an embroidered and studded real leather jacket from Blue Vanilla which was a complete bargain at £10.

What is your favourite thing to wear to a music festival?

Liz x

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