A couple of weeks ago Coachella kicked off the festival season in style, and with people everywhere putting their jumpers away and giving their wardrobe a new lease of life, excitement is growing for some of the biggest festivals of the season.

Taking place in Exeter, Radio 1s Big Weekender is waiting for us just around the corner. The 28 - 29th May will see a line-up of some of the biggest names in the industry including Bastille, Jess Glynn, Ellie Goulding and Years & Years. Other festivals on the horizon include; Download (1-12th June), T in the Park (8-10th July), Latitude (14-17th July) and V festival (20-21st August).

But if your sights were set on Glastonbury, the biggest festival of all, then with just 7 weeks to go, and with a line-up that includes the likes of Adele, Coldplay, The Lumineers and Fat Boy Slim, your festival countdown has probably already begun.
When it comes to packing your bags make sure you are prepared for all weathers as everyone knows that festivals, Glastonbury especially, are often cursed with unpredictable weather and sudden downpours, and although spirits won’t be dampened, feet certainly will be - which is why over the years wellies have become the staple item to take with you to any muddy field festival.

Pair your wellies with Heat Holders boot socks that come in a variety of colours so you can stay fashionable and comfortable as you dance into the early morning. https://heatholders.co.uk/products/socks-ladies-ladies-wellington/ladies...
As well as wellies, your bag should be filled with all things fringed, denim dungarees, crochet dresses, pom pom accessories, blue flash lensed sunglasses, a statement rain mac and paisley prints as these are all amongst some of this season’s festival fashion must haves.