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3 late-summer festival outfits

Nail end-of-festival-season dressing with our easy-to-wear looks  

Counting down the days to that festival you’ve been waiting for all summer long? It’s probably time you started to plan what you’re going to wear. Keep scrolling for three all-day looks that’ll work whether you’re off to see your favourite music artists, celebrity chefs or even the local dog show.

Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, navy blue denim jacket
Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, blue and white printed jumpsuit

Take one jumpsuit, one denim jacket and a one pair of trainers, put them all together and what’ve you got? The easiest (and most flattering) festival ensemble. Tu’s tie-waist jumpsuit creates curves in all the right places. Pair the wide-leg fit with some double-sole trainers to create an elongated silhouette. And if the weather takes a turn for the worst, you can always slip a long-sleeved striped tee underneath, that can be taken off should the sun decide to reappear.

Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, patchwork orange and black floral dress
Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, black fitted T-shirt

A fashion perennial year after year, the slip dress will always look good, however you decide to wear it. But this festival season, why not work a 90s vibe with this ditsy patchwork version? It looks great by itself but even cooler layered over a simple black tee (also ideal for cooler days). Finish off with a pair of sleek black Chelsea boots, your muddy field champ.

Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, navy blue and white striped T-shirt
Tu clothing, festival, what to wear, navy blue and red fitted bodycon midi skirt

This sporty skirt and striped tee duo is ideal if you want to give athleisurewear a go. Team with some layered gold jewellery and a pair of cool khaki trainers, which are made for dancing all day (and night) long. For full-on sporty style, complete your look with your go-to bum bag and a padded bomber. No fancy gym membership necessary.

Talking of festivals, have you seen what fashion blogger Not Another Mummy (aka Alison Perry) wore to this year’s Camp Bestival? Check out her looks here.