Music Festival Goers Fashion Style

“Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future.” – Coco Chanel











I’m not a stylist or clothes designer but I like to think I have a little style and something has to be said about what people wear at music festivals.  I went to a music festival Saturday night, it was the first one I had been to in maybe two years.  I think they have changed the terms and conditions of entry since the last time I went to YOU MUST ONLY COVER 20% OF YOUR BODY.  


It was 20 degrees and all the girls and I really do mean ALL the girls were wearing really tight short shorts, some of the girl’s butts were covered like in the above pictures but other butts were on show and to accompany their short shorts they wore mid drift tops.  I saw girls in high heels wearing professional looking makeup in dresses so short and tight they couldn’t move in them.  As not much of their bodies were covered I also saw their cellulite. Everyone has cellulite but I like to cover mine up with the exception of when I’m at the beach.  If today’s generation are more confident in their skin I think that’s a great thing.  Would it be too much to ask though if they could add a little bit more material to their outfit?


I know this is a bit off the topic but why do so many guys and girls at music festivals go into the portable loo’s with their drinks? I saw so many people coming out of the loo’s holding their drink, why wouldn’t you get your friend to hold it or finish it before you go in?


So what do you think about the fashion style at music festivals, short shorts and people taking their drinks into the portable loo’s?


One thought on “Music Festival Goers Fashion Style”

  1. I like that Chanel quote 🙂 And…ewww!!! First to portable loos and second – why? why would you take any form of food into the toilets? YIKES!

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