Reading Outfit Planning

Reading Style inspiration
                                            Get planning for your outfits at Reading Festival!

Unfortunately its England so wellies on, grab yourself a pair of Hunters and cute wellie cuffs and layer layer layer. You can still wear those denim shorts and bare legs and bare as much skin as you like but if the weather isn't on your side and considering its England it wont be layer with a hoodie and cute coat.
Wear vibrant colors to make yourself feel good and to compliment the positive vibes  of everyone hyping over Reading. Combine a cute maxi or midi with a short/cropped leather jacket to add that warmth and comfort as it is England and wear with boots,dm's converse or wellies if your reckon you can pull it off. Also accessorize accessorize accessorize!

However if the weather is on your side fingers crossed if the British Weather is complimenting the summer season  Exams are over and Reading is here but what to wear? Wear a plain floaty bohemian looking dress partnered with a cute bag a floral headband, beach wavy hair bare legs and of course wellies. This isn't LA.

Us ladies seem to adore those incredible short denim  shorts, go for high waisted or low cut whatever you feel great in and tie in with a cut out vest, bra let or a beautiful lacy piece. Combine with a head scalf string rucksack. looks great with that just woke up bed head hair.

A to die for dress completely perfect for Reading and Festivals inn any season. A cut out maxi is beautiful and looks amazing on every figure showing that little bit of skin to emphasize that mystery and sex appeal, partner with a messy bun or beach waves, and a shoulder bag. Steel capped boots, doc martens or  boots look great together. Works well day and night and can be dressed up and down and could be combined with layers due to weather conditions and could even look cute with wellies just be careful to lift up your dress when trudging around in the muddy surroundings. 


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