Summer is all around us and so are the greatest festivals. From Kendal Calling to Bestival, Beautiful Days and many many more, we have so much to look forward to! Not only are the best acts on the bill, but the weather is looking more fantastic than ever and we get to dress up! Whilst many of these festivals (as noted in the festival guide) have specific fancy dress themes, others are slightly more casual, but that doesn’t mean fancy dress isn’t welcomed. Whether you’re looking to go all out, or take a more casual approach to your festival look this summer, there’s no reason why your outfits shouldn’t pop with fun and vibrancy.
Wear a Hat Day is back on the 29th March and is the perfect excuse to don the hattiest of hats whilst raising money for Brain Tumour Research! Wear a Hat Day has gained many celebrity supporters since its first event in 2010 and this year includes radio presenter Debbie McGee, businesswoman and model, Caprice Bourret, Singer and musician John Newman and TV presenter, Sarah Beeny to name but a few.