With the Isle of Wight Festival happening this month, it’s time to start thinking about your festival wardrobe.
Here’s my top tips, if you’re at a loss and want a few pointers about this year’s trends.
Gods and Goddesses
I have to start off with the Isle of Wight Festival theme for 2023, which is Gods and Goddesses.
This will hopefully be influencing fashion choices! I’m thinking tiaras, jewels, long floaty dresses, leather belts, sashes.
Although I’m thinking Roman and Greek, of course you could always choose to emulate your favourite celebrity Gods or Goddesses!
Crochet and mesh
One of the biggest trends I’ve noticed throughout spring is lightweight crochet and mesh, which will definitely carry on this summer.
Woven clothes can be super cute in lots of unique patterns and can be styled in many ways.
Effortless crochet bucket hats have hit the fashion world and floaty cover-ups over a simple tank top are practical in the warmer months.
Crochet is stylish in neutrals for the boho aesthetic or in brighter festival colours.
Of course denim has to be mentioned with any look at fashion trends – it’s completely timeless and can be styled with anything.
Catwalks recently have started to see double denim make its comeback. Is this something you’ll be styling in your outfits?
Fringing has always proven a hit at the festivals, for men or women, so I’m sure this year will be no different.