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No tea, all shades – sunglasses and other festival accessories
Festival fashion isn’t easy if you don’t know where to turn. Luckily, we’ve got you covered on the best festival fashion outfits, but we haven’t stopped there. We know that a festival is about wearing the kind of accessory you just can’t wear every day. A glittery cowboy hat might not be part of your work uniform requirements, but it is a requirement for a festival.
The perfect festival? We’ve got it in the (festival) bag
As much as you might have this image of yourself being perfectly manicured and put together at your festival – like a celebrity at Coachella – the truth is… you won’t be. Most festivals require you to embrace the chaos and spontaneity. But with the right bag, you don’t need to be left totally unprepared.
From aviator sunglasses to straw hats, wallets with the logos of your favourite bands to scarves, these accessories will do what you need them to. To really show off, check out some of our ingenious products like the belt with built in bottle opener. Make friends using your crotch – this is a festival, after all.
What bag to take to a festival?
When it comes to choosing the right festival bag, you need to consider two main things: size and style.
A festival bum bag is an essential to keep on you at all times. Every festivalgoer needs a smaller festival bag for day to day activities. This smaller bag has to be agile enough to not get in the way of your fun but it must help you keep your necessities on you – phone, money, sunglasses… and other things we may or may not legally be able to endorse.
In our online shop we have a huge choice of festival bumbags and smaller bags in a range of styles. From simple black bumbags to a men’s festival bag in camo, these are your ‘gets the job done’ styles. If you want a smaller festival bag with more oomph, you can find designs featuring pentagrams and logos of your favourite bands, like Rammstein and Slayer.
A bigger festival bag is the one you might keep safely in your tent, and one you come back to inbetween sets to dig out your festival sunglasses (or your festival umbrella and raincoat, if the UK weather decides to do what it does best).
Practical backpacks in black, khaki and other neutral colours might not look the most fun, but they are perfect for festivals. Durable materials and plain enough you wont be sad about them getting spilled on, you can rely on them to survive the festival as long as you do.
If you want more personality in your festival bag, we have exclusive backpacks in red tartan or a Lindenberg, Udo bag. Stylish but still useful. The same might not be said about yourself after a few days of camping…