Do you need to know what to wear to a festival? Festivals are often home to many fun and outlandish outfits, so understanding the attire is of the utmost importance to the festival-goer. The odds are the festival will be outside and that it will be hot out.
- Choose the right pants. Retro style shorts that end right above the knee are a good choice. Cargo pants are another option, especially if you need the pocket space.
- Avoid both jeans and extra long shorts. Jeans have the tendency to get too hot, and if it rains they will be doubly uncomfortable. Long shorts that end below the knee are not flattering on most men. They have the unfortunate effect of making you look stubby.
- Slip into a short-sleeve button down that looks vintage. Having a few of these in your closet is a good idea for casual events. Look stylish without a lot of effort. Choose one that is fairly loose. Too tight clothes don't mesh with the casual feel of a festival.
Pull on a cool T-shirt if you are not into the button down look. You can find great festival worthy shirts on the online art sites like Etsy or even Cafe Press. Find a unique shirt that suits your personality by using the search box on these sites.
Wear a pair of casual shoes, not flip flops. Sneakers or casual slip-ons like Tom’s. Sandals can work, but look for a sturdy pair that will hold up to a lot of walking. When choosing what to wear to a festival, keep in mind that you will most likely be in constant motion. Choose shoes accordingly.
- Accessorize your outfit. Look for a tough leather cuff bracelet, hemp necklace and a hat to keep the sun. Even if jewelry isn't your thing, something simple like a leather cuff bracelet can take your outfit from ho hum to a head turner.
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