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What to Pack This Festival Season

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From Summerfest to Iceland Airwaves, this is the definitive guide on what to pack for your music festival vacation.

If You Plan on Camping Out in a Muddy Field

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Think: Glastonbury, T in the Park

A Barbour jacket ($399; Bloomingdales.com) and a pair of Wellies ($195; Hunterboots.com) are pretty necessary in the English countryside. There is a reason why almost every single Brit, from Kate Moss to Alexa Chung, is seen wearing these two items at countryside music festivals. With that being said, pair the look with some angle baring skinny jeans—we love J Brand’s ($200; Net-a-porter.com) and a smart, white shirt ($70; Topshop.com), both excellent for their versatility. A scarf is a must-pack for any type of travel—we love this lightweight, wool blend from & Other Stories ($49; Stories.com). To complete the look, bring along a shoulder bag from one of England’s most iconic designers—like the Mulberry ‘Lily’ ($575; Net-a-porter.com). As for what to stow inside? Well, you’re going to be in the U.K.—so if you’re looking to get a nice glow, bring along a couple of tanning towelettes, in case the sunshine’s lacking ($21; Sephora.com).

The Brits also tend to be low-key when it comes to their festival beauty approach, so Charlotte Tilbury’s Beach Stick, which can be used on both cheeks and lips (and eyes!), is going to be your hero product for the weekend ($45; Net-a-porter.com). After a few days camping out and drinking beer, your skin is going to need a bit of R&R, so bring along a tube of Mizon’s Good Night White Sleeping Mask ($10; Peachandlily.com), which you can apply once you’ve hit the sack—or, err—sleeping bag. 

Festival Packing List

What to Pack This Festival Season

If You Plan on Camping Out in a Muddy Field

Think: Glastonbury, T in the Park

A Barbour jacket ($399; Bloomingdales.com) and a pair of Wellies ($195; Hunterboots.com) are pretty necessary in the English countryside. There is a reason why almost every single Brit, from Kate Moss to Alexa Chung, is seen wearing these two items at countryside music festivals. With that being said, pair the look with some angle baring skinny jeans—we love J Brand’s ($200; Net-a-porter.com) and a smart, white shirt ($70; Topshop.com), both excellent for their versatility. A scarf is a must-pack for any type of travel—we love this lightweight, wool blend from & Other Stories ($49; Stories.com). To complete the look, bring along a shoulder bag from one of England’s most iconic designers—like the Mulberry ‘Lily’ ($575; Net-a-porter.com). As for what to stow inside? Well, you’re going to be in the U.K.—so if you’re looking to get a nice glow, bring along a couple of tanning towelettes, in case the sunshine’s lacking ($21; Sephora.com).

The Brits also tend to be low-key when it comes to their festival beauty approach, so Charlotte Tilbury’s Beach Stick, which can be used on both cheeks and lips (and eyes!), is going to be your hero product for the weekend ($45; Net-a-porter.com). After a few days camping out and drinking beer, your skin is going to need a bit of R&R, so bring along a tube of Mizon’s Good Night White Sleeping Mask ($10; Peachandlily.com), which you can apply once you’ve hit the sack—or, err—sleeping bag. 

Courtesy of all respective brands
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