The festival edit

After taking a year off; this weekend 175, 000 people will descend on the iconic Worthy Farm. Atendeed will seesee 2,500 acts perform on over 90 stages. Whether you’re heading to Glastonbury or watching from the comfort of your sofa. We have put together a selection of our favourite festival inspired summer favourites to get you in the mood.

Glastonbury is the UK’s flagship festival, the inimitable pyramid stage is its main attraction. Not only in terms of crowds but also large scale productions. However, with over 1000 hectares of farmland to explore there is so much more to this festival than showstopping big stages. There are many smaller and more intimate stages allowing festival goers to really tailor their own experience.

In an effort to combat waste this year, the festival has banned single use plastics. One of Walk in Style’s favourite brands, Junge has introduced to its collection a coat made from recycled bottle tops. We think this would be the perfect way to make your festival experience as sustainable as possible.

Whilst it looks like like the weather is going to be kinder than normal to festival goers this year, it is always best to be prepared. Our fabulous range of stylish raincoats from Creenstone and Junge will have you covered.

And don’t forget your festival staple shorts, our Betty Barclay classics are stylish and comfortable and available in a range of colours!

Lightweight, breathable linen dresses are the perfect choice for hot summer festival days. We have a great range from Alice Collins, so you can get effortless at prices that won’t break the bank.

Last but not least, when its time to get glam – we have a fantastic selection of boho inspired dresses to see you through to the night time parties. New brand K-Design’s use of silver plus odour-free technology will ensure your clothes feel fresh all festival long. View the full range of K-Design by clicking here.

And if you still want some more inspiration for the summer festival season click on the link below to see more…

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