Will it be raining? Is it gonna be a scorcher? Will you be knee-deep in mud? Who knows, but what we do know is that looking cool whilst standing in a field can be tricky. And with 2021’s epic line-up of music festivals rapidly approaching, we’re here to provide that much-needed fashion inspo…

Faithfull The Brand Jacquard Dress

This little number from Faithfull The Brand is a great chuck-it-on dress that’ll keep you cool in every sense of the word. It’s 100% linen (aka breathable), with a beaut square neckline and puffed sleeves. Team it with a pair of strappy sandals and oversized sunnies for the ultimate festival look or tie a denim jacket over your shoulders just in case it turns chilly.

H&M Pleated Jazz Trousers

H&M are at it again with these high waisted flared jazz trousers in a GORG green and white print. Their elasticated waist means not only are they mega comfy but also dance floor ready too (you know it’ll happen after a few bevs). Let them take centre stage or pair ’em with the matching wrap top for maximum impact.

Free People Smock Dress

This smock dress from one of our faves Free People has got Wilderness Festival written all over it. Right? With a crochet-lace front, scoop neck and long puffed sleeves it screams boho chic. It’s perfect for lazing around with a drink in hand (if that’s your festival vibe) or for dancing the day away.

Ganni Rubber Chelsea Boots

Step up your shoe game with these cute and practical boots from Ganni. Coming in a classic ankle height, a mid-calf number AND a knee-high, there’s plenty of options to choose from (as well as all sorts of colours and styles). Ganni are really spoiling us for choice.

Rains Transparent Coat

It wouldn’t be a line-up of festival fashion without a raincoat, let’s face it people, it’s the British summertime. And this slouchy, hooded coat is not only lightweight (so you can shove it in your rucksack) but also features a transparent finish so your outfit underneath won’t go to waste. Rains have made a festival staple A LOT more stylish.

Zara Long Crochet Vest

Forget about sequins and glitter, we’re all about earthy tones and nailing the summer crochet trend. And this understated woven sleeveless vest from Zara featuring a v-neckline alongside beading detail is a proper high street steal. Wear it over a cropped tank and trousers, or bonus points if you’re going for a bandeau and cycling shorts.