Festival Footwear!

So to continue from my previous blog entry about festival fashion I thought I’d cover festival footwear more specifically. My limited experience of festivals has shown me that suitable footwear is essential! On a waterlogged field sandals are a no no and let’s be realistic we live in England so it’s more than likely this will be the case (if you are jetting off to Hideout Festival or the likes of, this post needed apply!) So it seems some sort of boot is the best footwear to choose, and my gosh is there a lot of choice!

The Wellington

The Wellington boot rose to popularity with the British aristocracy in the early 19th century where they were an essential item of footwear for hunting. Since this time “wellies” have only gained popularity, especially with the festival going crowd and now thanks to brands like Hunter they aren’t just a practical choice but a fashionable one too. Here’s a few of my favourite wellies!

***MORE FESTIVAL FOOTWEAR TO FOLLOW!***

Evercreature Striped Wellington Boots £35

Evercreature Striped Wellington Boots £35

Hunter Tiffany Blue Wellington Boots £85

Hunter Tiffany Blue Wellington Boots £85

Laura Ashley Contemporary Check Charcoal Biscuit Wellies £45

Laura Ashley Contemporary Check Charcoal Biscuit Wellies £45

Joules Womens Welly Yelstrp £35

Joules Womens Welly Yelstrp £35

Timeless Lace Up Nelson Wellington Boots £20

Timeless Lace Up Nelson Wellington Boots £20

Splash Miss Snappy Wide Calf Fit Wellies For Women £25

Splash Miss Snappy Wide Calf Fit Wellies For Women £25

Timberland Women's Welfleet Welly £69.99

Timberland Women’s Welfleet Welly £69.99

Women's Premium Welly, Navy £79.95

Women’s Premium Welly, Navy £79.95

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