Festival Fashion Ideas from Patricia Bech
Ok so you may think this title is not very timely…. but there is a reason for my change of tone. Recently I have been admiring a lot of snowy content on my Patricia Bech Travels Twitter feed and reposting beautiful frosty pictures and photographs from the mountains. Normally at this time of year, I am planning to go somewhere cold.
I love to ski but I also like being in the mountains during winter. As you will know from my Patricia Bech Travel Notes and other articles that I have written, I think this is a wonderful time of year! It doesn’t have to be a ski resort and snowshoeing is also great fun.
Although it is nice to see pictures like this at this time of year, I am also feeling sad about how much COVID-19 has changed our lives at the moment. Knowing that I can’t go skiing is a difficult pill to swallow!
So, for a (virtual) change of scenery, I decided to flick through my phone from past trips and experiences and think ahead to the summer. I mean with the vaccine rollout in full swing, who knows, we may even get back to normality by the time summer some. Pleasseeeee!!
Today I thought I would change the tone a bit and write about something completely different. I remember my first visit to a festival and I was so excited but also so worried about what to wear! If you are thinking about life after COVID-19, then a festival should be one of the things that you experience. Even if you don’t think it is your kind of thing, I definitely believe that you should tick it off your list once.
If like me you are worried about what to wear (the strangest things worry us, right?!), then I thought I would put your fears to bed. Basically ANYTHING GOES at a festival. In fact I really love the fact that you can either be low key in casual shorts, or you can go wacky and dress in full glitter if you like.
I think it is important to be mindful of the weather but if you have a sunny day and fancy embracing your wacky side, GO FOR IT! Here are some pictures that I took on my festival experience to give first-timers and idea of the dress code. You will see what I mean…. Feel free to embrace your creative streak! The outfits were wild and wonderful but also you don’t have to dress up either and will look perfectly fine in a low key outfit.
Let’s hope for some festival action again soon!