This week is packed full of music festival goodness with the awesome South West Four kicking off on Saturday, where were sending our lucky competition winner, Morgan Haringman, to enjoy the delights of top acts like Faithless and Basement Jaxx. But there’s another staple festival event gracing the last bank holiday of the year – Reading & Leeds!
We think it’s safe to say that like Glastonbury, most people will experience this festival at least once in their lives. Starting this Friday (28th August), this three-day music extravaganza is set to feature some of the most talented bands out there. With headline acts Mumford & Sons, Metallica and The Libertines taking to the main stage, it’s going to be a rocking festival.
Reading & Leeds twin festivals take place simultaneously, with acts performing twice over the weekend at the two different locations – double dose of musical delight! Held at Richfield Avenue, Reading and Bramham Park, near Wetherby; Reading Festival is actually the world’s oldest popular music festival still running.
So, if you want to get that signature festival look, we’ve put together the ultimate outfits to get you ready and raring to rave.
Kicking it off with something for the lads, our Hero Benjamin soft leather jacket is a must-have for all wardrobes as it goes with anything! Leather and denim are so hot right now, so we’ve styled this with our Officer Slim Denim shorts – with its five-pocket design you’ll have lots of room to keep your phone on you for those memorable snaps. Finish this off with a statement tee, like our Tie Dye T-shirt from the Orange Label range, and you’ve got a winning outfit!
Now, with the weather being so temperamental it can be difficult to work out what to wear to a festival, but we say don’t let the rain spoil your style (just remember a pair of wellies!). Our Core Hot Pants are classically styled but finished with a embroidered vintage twist – perfectly girly. Couple this with our Ombre Floral Saints cropped tee and glitter finish Super Campon boots and you’ll be ready to face the weather come rain or shine.