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22nd Jun 2017

Your Body&Soul style checklist

Brought to you by Bulmers Light.

Picture the scene…

You’re kicking back at Body&Soul, the tents up, you’ve got the suncream on and a drink in your hand, you’re looking around at the rest of the festival goers and you suddenly realise you did not plan your weekend outfits properly.

The horror!

Going to a festival is the perfect opportunity to try out something a little bit different and get away from our boring work clothes for one weekend only.

We’ve teamed up with our style friends at Bulmers Light to bring you the ultimate Body&Soul style checklist. And remember, when it comes to festival attire, the more out there the better.

Fishnet tights

Kim K wore fishnet tights earlier this year and naturally enough since then we’ve all become just a little bit obsessed. We love these oversized high-waisted ones from Misguided which cost €8.

Stylish raincoat

Realistically, it’s going to rain at least once during your summer music festival. Buy yourself a good raincoat that you love and you won’t be miserable when the heavens open. We love this see-through one from Boohoo (€27.00).



A big floppy hat

A hat is your best friend at a festival. Greasy hair? A hat will sort it. It’s raining? Throw on your hat. The sun is in your eyes…you get the idea. This black fedora from Topshop is just €20.


Band t-shirt

Band t-shirts are everywhere at the moment and we couldn’t be happier. They are such a great festival staple that you can wear anytime. This Missguided one costs only €23.

Ear cuff

We love, love, love this fab ear cuff from Forever 21. It’s hard to believe that it only costs €6.00.

Cross body bag

Keep all your bits and bobs safe with a stylish cross body bag. It’s much safer than a backpack and your hands will be free to dance. This little beauty is from New Look (€22.99).

Please Drink Responsibly. 

This article is brought to you by Bulmers Light.

The Bulmers Lounge returns to Body&Soul with a packed schedule of entertainment this year. An inspiring line-up of pop-up performances will take place over the weekend, while the chilled-out atmosphere of the bespoke tent and bar has become an annual, weekend-long party with the very best in Irish music, song, storytelling and laughter. It’s the perfect hang-out spot.

You can find out more here.