Festivals have already begun selling their tickets for this year’s season. Many of them have already sold out, or are well on their way to selling out. It isn’t long after their ticket purchase, that many festival goers start wondering, “What am I going to wear??” Well, we are here to help you with that! Here are a few awesome picks of some great items I’ve spotted this month.
Designer: Kayo Anime Clothing
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
Layer up your staple festival outfit with this amazing unique vest. Side snaps with a funky pouch that hangs on the side or back to stash your items. For even more connivence, there is small on-seam zipped pockets at front.
Very Long Bunny Rabbit Hoodie
Location: Warsaw, Poland
A festival is the perfect place to dress up and be whomever you want to be and this great hoodie will easily morph you into a bunny while also keeping you warm at night. Made of light gray cotton with elastane that forms to a feminine body. The huge rabbit ears with pink interior are sewn in hood. You can even use the ear as a scarf! There is also a shorter length version available.
Price: $73 (long) $70 (short)
Raspberry River Up-cycled Hoodie (size large)
Designer: Mungo Crafts
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Mega funky style that is super comfy to boot! Featuring a flap hood design with double zig-zag stitching, one big button and hand sewn button hole. As well as hidden side pockets and a fully lined hood. Made from thrifted sweatshirts, new sweatshirt fleece, and vintage polyester print. This hoodie is completely one of a kind. Be the only one at the festival sporting this great art piece!
Foreign One Convertible Reversible Travel Dress/Skirt
Designer: Run With The Tribe
Location: Ithaca, New York, United States
Traveling a far distance to your next festival and need to pack light? Here is the perfect solution to keep your wardrobe versatile. This dress is a ‘closed circle wrap’ with a flattering A-line cut, allowing it to adjust in size to be wrapped above the bust, on the natural waist line, or the hips. Tie the long belt sash in so many different ways to go from a halter to strapless, criss-cross grecian bodice to a flowing skirt. You can even turn it inside out for a different color! Even features a streamline single pocket built into one of the side seams of each reversible color. 70% organic bamboo/30%hemp jersey. The belt sash is a light weight 95% organic cotton 5% spandex blend. All fabric is hand dyed with low-impact fiber reactive dye. Choose your colors.
Asymmetrical Wool Mini Skirt
Designer: Amika Designs
Location: Takaka Town District, New Zealand
Many festivals located in Northern American can be known to get a bit chilly at night. Here is a very cute skirt made out of 100% New Zealand Wool & Merino. Pair this skirt with some long leggings and it becomes the perfect item in your festival fashion wardrobe to keep you warm!
Designer: Lipgloss & Black
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
These edgy ribcage cutout leggings are made of a fantastic uber-stretchy, uber-silky bamboo knit (93% Rayon of Bamboo 7% Spandex.) This fabric wicks away moisture, keeping you comfy & looking cute while dancing the night & days away.
Jellyfish Halter Top
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
A fun halter top with back slits and twirly jellyfish-like tentacles that frame you. Made from stretchy organic bamboo lycra making this is a great top for summer festivals. Choose your fabric and accent stitching color.
Mens Black Shipibo Short Pants
Designer: Galactic Unicorn
Beautifully & intricately designed yet strong practical & uncomplicated…these mens short pants are unique in their design & purposefulness. Below the crotch area the pants are divided into stylish triangular sections that are screen printed with Shipibo designs. The same printed fabric is also featured on the back with pockets and at the bottom of the legs. Complete with even more pockets for all your stuff. (2 pockets on either side at the front of the pants with a small secret pocket behind the inside zip. Plus, uniquely shaped snap pockets on either side and a small pocket over the back belt loop.
Be sure to check out our past festival fashion round ups from May, June & November of 2012. Or hit up our Ultimate Canadian Festival Fashion List to find even more great items from tons of talented designers.