What to wear to the Isle of Wight Festival?
Going to the Isle of Wight Festival this year, but don’t know what to wear?
Lucky for you,Â Girl Meets Dress has composed a list that will make any fellow festival goer jealous and at the same time, match those Hunter wellies.
Starting the summer in style, the award winning Isle of Wight Festival takes place in June every year in the town of Newport and is steeped in history and recognised around the world for its amazingÂ line-up, mixing legendary artists with the hottest up and coming acts.
The Festival is famed for its heritage and as the UKâ€™s first major music event of the summer; it gives festival goers a line up to love.
This simple dress from Miu Miu is a festival staple you won’t know how you lived without. The charming palette of yellow, burgundy and navy is full of retro flair, without feeling dated, while the sleek silhouette is easy and chic. Slip it on with sneakers or welliesÂ and you’re good to go!
This Â jumper dress is perfect for the night,when its a bit chiller or a colder day when you don’t want to wear a jacket. The 100% Merino wool is really soft and you can wear it with flip flops, boots or sneakers! Team with metallic accessories.
This shirt Â dress isÂ perfect for those sunny days at the festival, if we’re lucky enough to have one that is. Â The white colour and shirt style is flattering and perfect for this season’s summer occasions. Team with metallic accessories.
This grey jersey spaghetti strap dress is gathered at the waist makes it really flattering on. It even has pockets for your phone and other valuables. Â Team with metallic accessories and don’t forget the glitter.
Instantly turn heads in this breathtaking dress featuring a plunging V-cut neckline and purple floral pattern. Pleated detailing at the front, short sleeves with elastic detailing, and an open back with deep cutouts at the sides. The slit down the centre gives maximum impact no matter what the event.
Get your tickets here before its sold out.
Relax and re-energise at the uniqueÂ fresh air spa inspired by Scandinavian tradition of outdoor bathing to tackle the cold.
Immerse in luxurious wood-fired hot tubs with a complimentary drink, enjoy a steaming Finnish sauna and savour the wonderful sensation of being completely restored and relaxed.
Bathing Under The Sky take their gorgeous wood-fired hot tubs to festivals all over the UK, providing tired and let’s be honest, pretty smelly campers a place to chill out, relax and GET CLEAN.
A team of 10+ staff during the summer months take the pop up spa to festivals, parties, corporate events and product launches to name but a few.
Don’t delay in pre-booking your luxurious, revitalising two-hour hot tub & sauna session.
The Red Funnel website is the one-stop-shop for all Isle of Wight Festival tickets – day tickets and weekend camping tickets can be purchased via the Red Funnel website along with ferry travel and transfers. Red Funnel is offeringÂ a 20% discount on vehicle crossings over the festival weekend and big savings onÂ passenger ferry travel.Â
Festival day ticket and travel packages can be purchased onÂ the Red Funnel website.Â All day ticket packages include return foot passenger travel between and Southampton and East or West Cowes.
Return shuttle bus transfers to and from the ferry ports to the festival can also be added to the package price â€“ Â£12 for adults, Â£6 for youth/child or opt for a return river shuttle transfer – Â£10/adult and Â£6/child.Â For those wanting to travelÂ for the day with their car â€“ an upgrade to a vehicle crossing is available for an additional Â£35 when booking online.
The Red Funnel ferry terminal at East Cowes on the Isle of Wight is just a few minutes’ drive from the festival site.Â Red Funnel is the original Isle of Wight ferry company and operates regular vehicle and high-speed passenger crossings from Southampton to Cowes on the Isle of Wight.Â All ferry and festival package tickets can be purchased via Red Funnelâ€™s website:
If you still can’t decide on what to wear? Email: Enquires@girlmeetsdress.com for more styling advice, for the festival.