The musical festivals are officially back. After more than two years, we are all eager to go to a place to hear good music and have fun. And, if you are not excited, I don’t know what’s going on!
I was missing so much going to festivals that I´m going to three different festivals in just fifteen days.
But festivals are not just about music and fun, the festivals are about fashion. More and more, we all discuss what we are going to wear to a festival. Because it’s important. It’s a place to be and to be seen, where everyone or almost everyone will judge if you are wearing something appropriate for that type of festival.
Rock in Rio has been happening in Lisbon since 2004 and I went to all, except the second edition. What I want to say, is that I have some experience in this type of environments.
We want to be stylish but there are certain rules that I follow and I think is a must.
The first is to wear comfortable shoes. It can have a little bit of a heel. But remember that you will be on your feet for 5 to 6 hours, so you need to wear something that you know that will not make your feet bleach or hurt.
Even though the majority of the festivals are in summer, it still gets a little bit fresh at night, so bring a jacket that you can wear when it’s hot around your waist and put it on at night, or use layers.
Don’t bring a tote bag that needs to be in your hands. A crossover bag or a waist bag are cool and comfortable.
Sunglasses, to protect your eyes from the sun and from the wind that brings dust and sand.
These are some of the rules that I follow. Others like to use sunscreen, I think it is not a rule but an essential.
Oh, I forgot one rule, that is one of the most important – have fun with what you are wearing, and play with the outfit making some wild conjugations! Don’t worry, you are in a Festival, where there are thousands of people with different styles.
Here are some outfits that I’m choosing to wear and others that I saw on the internet and I think are cool.
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