What to wear for a festival
To choose what to wear for a festival, look for clothing that can deal with variable conditions. Combinations of lightweight shirts and tops with a water- resistant jacket will help you adapt to the weather. Boots or wellies complete the essential festival look and can handle muddy ground with ease.
Whatever the festival, you’ll be walking long distances on uneven ground. So, leave the heels at home and prioritise comfort for walking and dancing. Be prepared for mud - trainers are festival essentials, comfy, functional and stylish.
You need to travel light, so avoid chunky clothing and bulky coats. To be ready for changeable weather and cool temperatures after sunset, choose clothing in layers. Pack combinations that can be easily mixed and matched. A fleece or soft shell jacket for additional warmth, a water-resistant jacket for rain protection.
Wear simple items that are comfortable, cool and look good. Cut off denim shorts with a shirt or blouse is a classic festival look. Or pair a summer dress with your wellies. Oversized tops are functional and on trend. Avoid materials like suede or leather - your fabric needs to handle mud, rain, sweat and spillages.
The iconic Napapijri Rainforest Jacket is an ideal fusion of innovative materials and an eye for style. With the signature kangaroo pocket and a range of fresh colours, it’s an essential item for your festival outfit. Plus, it’s just one of our many windbreakers and jackets to help protect you against the element, all festival long.
Related: Finding the perfect fit for your Napapijri jacket
Headwear essentials include bandanas or hats, sunglasses are a must-have for the sun and the vibes. Take a smaller bag to keep your valuables close by during the day. The Napapijri waist bag is slick and secure for your money and phone.