“This summer is flying by!”, are the words you’ve probably been repeating to yourself for the past few weeks, trying not to think of the upcoming short days, dark nights and seemingly endless cold. Yes, we can’t believe summer is almost over but there are still plenty of chances to make it a memorable one. How so?
Festivals and End of Summer Outfits, of course!
Music and Arts festivals spark a light inside anyone attending and it’s the perfect occasion to spend some good time with your pals. For this month, we’ve spotted two great events:
Let Go Fest 2018: At its third edition, Let Go Festival returns this March to the one and only picturesque Mornington Racecourse. This year we’ve been promised an event like no other festivals before where we will be experiencing multiple facets of enjoyment. One main stage plus 5 different music areas, ferris wheels and rides, gourmet food stalls and the 2018 new entry…a Silent Disco!
Pitch Festival: This year’s line-up of international and local artists is set to set to blow you out of the water and more are still to be announced. Four days of electronic music immersed in visual arts and landscape. A great choice of food&drink, spacious camping areas as well as the chance to upgrade to VIP camping sites. Pitch Music & Arts Festival will take place from 9-12 March in Mafeking Victoria’s wildscaping plains.
And now the big question: How to dress to impress (and also to be comfortable, honestly) for your next festival? We’ve picked some essentials you can’t go without to make the best out of this experience.
1. Crop Top + a pair of Aviators
Aviator sunglasses represent the full essence of festivals. Whether it’s a classic Ray-Ban, a bold Carrera or a fancy pair of Tom Ford, these frames have now become a mark of distinction around the world. You can choose from different colours and sizes and be sure that your look is always on point. Even though we are at the end of this amazing warm season, temperatures are still rising high in the daytime and we do want to show off our flawless tan. Pair your glasses with a crop top in light colours to illuminate your sun kissed skin! Crop tops are officially back and they can be worn in autumn and winter as well under your fav blazer. Credit: Facebook
2. Crossbody Bags
God save the man who invented crossbody bags! During a music festival you really don’t want to struggle and carry your bag here and there – holding your purse in one hand and phone in the other… and your pint? Wait! You can’t hold all of three and this is why you do need a crossbody bag. Our tip for you is to shorten the straps to avoid the wild swinging and have it right next to you. I am sure you recognized that black pair of spectacles. What are they? Find a little hint here and comment below 😉 This design also makes a great style for music festivals. Credit: Let Go Facebook page
3. Round Glasses + A Lifesaver Cap
Spending hours under the sun can be exhausting if you are not used to it and wearing a cap can save you from dozing off as you touch the grass. We know that a cap has been one of your fellow for the all summer and this is why it’ll remain with you until the end of this season. Want to ace the best festival outfit? Match your cap with a pair of round glasses and you’ll be lit. They are a great choice for men and women and their retro vintage silhouette guarantees that you will not go unnoticed. Find our best selling round glasses here.
4. Tiny Sunglasses
Tiny sunglasses are the must-have accessory for this year as witnessed this past Fashion Week. Celebrities like Rihanna and Bella Hadid have already been spotted wearing small glasses and this trend is now officially in. Why? Well, they are cool – very cool. Thanks to their shape and design, which make them extremely light though resistant, they are also super convenient to wear at festivals. Opt for this pair of polarized LMNT in pink.
What are you waiting for? Book your ticket for your next festival and we hope to see you there! Can’t find the right sunnies for your festival? Check our new arrivals here.