Get ready to rock those wellies - festival fever is here!


Festival chic is based on a singular home truth – prepare to get muddy. Although a wet field in the middle of Meath may not warrant sporting the Isabel Marant summer collection, that doesn’t necessarily make style erstwhile. There are plenty of cheap-and-cheerful fashion fixes about for even the most die-hard glam-pers.

Brave the mud in style with our must-have edit:

1. Straw trilby, A|wear €25

2. Embellished playsuit, River Island €47

3. Mauricio Stein for Asos handmade cat eye sunglasses with cut out lens, €61.09

4. Beaded cross-body bag, Dunnes Stores €13

5. Davidson biker wellingtons, Topshop €46

6. Tribal print top, Dunnes Stores €10

7. Topshop ‘Moto’ premium studded hotpants €114


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