From off the shoulder tops paired with frayed hem jean shorts and long socks for those warmer days to waterproof jackets and statement wellies ready for a downpour - festival fashion is all about being prepared for whatever the elements throw your way, whilst oozing laid-back glam.
Maybe you'll be dancing till the early hours in front of your favourite DJ at V Fest, or enjoying the last of the summer sun at Bestival - whatever it is, make sure your festival wear is on point. Taking inspiration from the stars, here's how to rock your festival get-up this year.
1. a biker jacket is a must
When it comes to the 'I-just-threw-this-outfit-together-look', fitness junkie, foodie and fashionista Millie Mackintosh knows how to do it.
Try replicating her look by pairing an A-line skirt with your leather biker jacket, a pom-pom halter neck top, some ankle boots and a hat for extra style points. Who said dressing for a festival was hard?
2. Layers are your friends
Nobody wants to be trekking back to their tent late at night to grab an extra jumper, and although we're pretty sure that model and fashion designer Alexa Chung will be glamping at her favourite festivals and may not have to trek anywhere, she sure knows how to layer like a pro.
When it rains (always be prepared!) you'll need a waterproof jacket and when the sun finally does decide to appear you can tie it around your waist while still keeping toasty in your denim shirt and statement top. Complete the look with some black jeans or leggings and your trusty wellies.
3. embrace 70's glam
Psychedelic prints, off the shoulder tops, necklaces and face glitter - would we expect anything less from supermodel Kendall Jenner?
If you don't want to brave the midriff, nail two trends in one with our full length off the shoulder top, which features cute pink floral embroidery. Pair your top with some funky palazzo trousers, like this stand out floral pair, or these black flared beauties and rock multiple gold necklaces. Help add some sparkle to your look too with some sparsely applied face glitter.
4. make a statement with a playsuit
A playsuit is a great alternative to wearing a summer dress and American actress, singer, and model Zoë Kravitz knows it.
Feed your need for floral prints and fun fashion with this playful playsuit, a simple faux leather cross body bag with a printed scarf tied around it for colder moments and some black boots. Easy peasy!
5. pack a couple of lightweight dresses
A pretty dress paired with some sturdy, black boots is always a festival fave and Laura Whitmore's skater dress look shows us how to make it work.
So gather together your favourite dresses; we love this short polka-dotted dress with ruffles, or how about this light and flowing floral dress or this colourful butterfly-printed ensemble, and pair it with some black boots to achieve the ultimate festival chic look.
Feeling inspired to get festival-ready? Make sure you stock up on everything you need at George or pop into your local store.