Is it ever too early to long for those summer nights? We think not! Whether you’re off to a festival or not, those vintage vibes are irreplaceable in the sunshine! Whatever your style, we will try our best to make that stuffing of clothes into that rucksack a little bit easier!
The vibes of 60s psychedelia have always been prominent at summer festivals, they just scream summer to me!
This gorgeous floral dress is an iconic piece of psychedelic style! The long sleeves will give you a little warmth if it turns chilly, with the mini length providing a great combo for your favourite wellies! We’ve paired it with another classic 60s item, our rattan bag! What a great amount of character for just one bag. The orange and turquoise clash is a twist not many people will be bold enough to pull off, but we know you can! Rest assured that this will give you something unique to stand out of the crowd this festival season.
If you’re quite a classic soul when it comes to festival style, our pieces will have your job done perfectly.
This 40s tartan dress is a festival classic! The fabric is 100% soft brushed cotton with a belted waist for an easy and comfortable fit, so you won’t need to worry about being uncomfortable walking around all day. We know how much trekking a festival requires! Finishing just below the knee, it adds a modest touch if you’re not feeling like showing off your legs. Pair with our crochet 1960s bag to add that traditional festival feel!
It wouldn’t be festival season without ditzy floral prints, styled with the cutest accessories.
This 70s floral blouse offers the classic ditzy vibe to any festival outfit. The cream backdrop and pink print is nothing too bold, so you can jazz it up with endless accessories or layer it up with your favourite jackets because we all know British weather isn’t always the warmest! We’ve paired it up with the cutest hat, our pink rose trim hat! A fine straw hat encompasses all things British and vintage and the pretty pink colour makes the floral blouse really pop! We know it will be a pesky thing to keep on your head at a festival but one could try!