After months and months of being locked down, countless zoom ‘parties’ and home mixed ‘Quarantinies’ we are ready for some serious in-person FUN! Festivals are officially happening this year and we are here for it.
There has never been a better time to dress up so here is a rundown of our top festival fashions for summer 2021 to ensure you are fully ‘Festival ready’.
We love Miss Pom Pom's entire range, but in particularly their 80s inspired trouser range, modelled here by our very own Helen. Dress them up, dress them down, they look fabulous however you wear them
For those of you who love a bit of sparkle, these unisex emerald blue sequined shorts by Sparkle Butt are not only really easy to throw on, but are a real show stopper.
A staff favourite at Disko kids are our vest tops, they are a really flattering fit, keep you cool, and look great with everything!
For those of you that love to accessorise, Pica Pica Feathers have you covered, with their range of amazing sunglasses, and headwear bling, we just love these Elton John inspired specs.
For those (sadly) inevitable summer downpours we love this rain coat by Protected Species, proving that you can be elegant in any weather!
We absolutely adore this Flingo & Swollop winged sweatshirt, modelled here by the fabulous Astrid.
If you love a graphic print, our friends over at Lowie have really come through with these amazing trousers
Every festival goes needs something to keep their essentials in, so we are bringing you another Disko Kids staff favourite our Camo Disco bag.
Are you an 80's kid? If so you are going to love these 80's inspired statement 'Power Earrings' by All The Discos
If you are looking for some inspiration on what festivals to go to, we thoroughly recommend checking out the Best UK Festivals guide by our friends over at That Festival Life, if you have little ones, they also have an amazing guide on The 10 Best Family-Friendly Festivals, which we really recommend you check out!
For more festival inspiration we recommend Vibes Life Us, a blog that follows Pete, Keeley and their son Emmerson around festivals and gigs both home and abroad.