With Coachella just passed and the UK festival season fast approaching, anunita, London fashion designers, have come together to share with you the hottest festival outfit trends in women’s fashion!
Festival season is the perfect opportunity to showcase your own bespoke fashion. If you’re a regular festival goer, you’ll understand the stress trying to find the perfect statement piece that shows off your personality. If you’re at a bit of a loss finding your feet in the fashion world this year – follow our guide!
It looks like 2018 is saying hello to the Wild West with cute cowboy boots. The rodeo made appearances on the SS18 catwalks and there was some scepticism as to whether or not the trend would come into play. However, at Coachella, we couldn’t move for fringed hems; different shades of tan and faux leather. As far as the accessories were concerned, cowboy hats were making an appearance, along with bandanas and delicate chokers.
The popular bespoke fashion trend is back. It seems to resurface every festival season. Although this year, it seems more prominent than ever. The increase in popularity comes after designers and high street stores have given the traditional style a facelift by adding tassels, colours and even embellishments!
Jeans and a plain top
You’ve heard of jeans and a nice top, but the trend has shifted. Now, it’s all about jeans and a plain top. Off-duty models at Coachella, such as Bella Hadid, made an appearance sporting a classically cut pair of denim shorts along with a cropped white tee to match.
Embellished garments have been around for a while now and they’re not going anywhere soon! At anunita, London fashion designers, we have a range of our very own embellished tops such as our ‘Motif Madness’ shirt.
Of course, this wouldn’t be a festival fashion blog if sequins didn’t make an appearance. The great thing about this trend is that you can be as bold or subtle as you like!
At anunita we’re dedicated to incorporating traditional design into classic cuts, if you would like more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07946341105.