Festival Fashion under £60

Festival Fashion 2014: think lace and crochet, short shorts, statement jewellery, floral dresses, kimono jackets… and of course the obligatory pair of wellies for the unpredictable British weather! Here at Savoo we have rounded up our favourite pieces of festival wear for under £60, and linked to the best voucher codes to save you extra money when shopping online.
No festival suitcase is complete without a straw hat (for when the sun eventually shines), a pair of sunnies (for protecting your hungover eyes) and statement jewellery to finish off your outfit. These picks from Warehouse, Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins are affordable and perfectly on trend.


Maxi dresses, midi dresses, short dresses… whatever your body shape there will be a style to suit you, and these choices from our favourite high street brands can be pulled out again and again once the festival is over. Put with a pair of wellies to avoid the mud or gladiator sandals in the sunshine.

Practicality is everything at festivals. Rucksacks, over the shoulder bags and beach bags will keep your belongings safe when you are away from your tent, as well as fitting in the essentials (sun cream, alcohol and food!)


Coachella 2014 was awash with vintage kimono shrugs, crochet throw-on jackets and the classic denim number- perfect for covering up when the sun starts setting. Of course, knowing the British weather you might want to pack a waterproof coat too, just in case…


Short shorts and skater skirts are a festival classic, and these three choices from Urban Outfitters, Miss Selfridge and Motel are all idea for showing off your perfectly tanned pins (better get out the self tan!)


No matter what the weather forecast says you can never be too prepared at UK festivals, so pack your footwear accordingly. A pair of brightly coloured wellies, summer sandals and comfortable trainers will cover all basis and ensure your feet never get wet or tired. Don’t even think about high heels!

Happy shopping!

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