So you’ve sorted your entry ticket and got all your festival essentials, but you’re still not sure of what to wear. Creamfields brings together some of the world’s biggest names in dance with the likes of Annie Mac, Calvin Harris and Pete Tong on the decks in Daresbury. Look the part as you party all bank holiday weekend in with our tips on what to wear.
Top Tips for Festival Style
Always take a waterproof jacket or pac-a-mac. The weatherman may have predicted clear blue skies but weather at the end of August can be changeable.
Don’t be afraid of bright colours and prints. Regulars to the festival bring the buzzing party atmosphere of Ibiza to Cheshire, so go bold if you want to stand out in the crowd.
Hats and caps are your festival fashion saviours. Shielding you from the sun and rain, they also hide any hair nightmares.
Protect your eyes from the glare of the sun with some cheap sunglasses you won’t mind losing. They’ll also provide essential shade for your eyes if you’re suffering from the hangover from hell.
Whatever’s on your feet, make sure it’s comfy, durable and stylish so you can dance all day with no blisters in sight. Stick to trainers, boots or wellies that you can wear even when you’re ankle deep in mud.
Whether you go for denim, chino or jersey, shorts are Creamfields staples. They’ll keep you cool if the temperatures rise and look good with your wellies or trainers.
Don’t be hesitant to rock a bum bag. It’s the best way to keep your essentials on-hand and safe from pick pocketers. Choose bright colours, prints or metallics and keep your cash, sanitiser and tissues easy accessible.
Make sure you pack a clean outfit so you’re fresh for the journey home.
You’ve got your essentials, you’re looking good, and now all you’ve got to do is find a way to the front of the crowd. Good luck!
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