If you are heading to a festival this year, whether it's Glastonbury, Camp Bestival, Latitude or any other, here's how to get the festival look this summer with Question Everything. 

Having been a drummer in a punk rock band and playing festivals around the world I have always loved festivals! There is always something electric about watching a band outdoors on a summers day. I have taken my kids to many festivals and they too have grown up with music and have loved them. 

Getting the right look for any festival is always fun. There are three key festival looks that we love at Question Everything. Take a look at our festival fashion edit for a range of family friendly festivals this summer:  

Get the BOHEMIAN CHIC look:

Taking it's inspiration from feathers , plaits, birds and Aztec prints, our boho styles make the perfect  festival dressing attire for children this year. Our Naya, Delphine and Echo dresses with their whimsical feather and bird prints or Phoenix and Aztec skirts teamed with a classic Peter Pan collar blouse give the ultimate bohemian chic look. This look would be perfect for Glastonbury.


Get the FLOWER CHILD look :

Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair and channel your inner hippy with clothing that takes you back to the heady days of flower children, free love and flower crowns. Our hippy and flower child styles include  Paris and Flo dresses, Audrey skirt, Tilly, Alexis and April dresses all adorned with beautiful vintage inspired floral prints. Share peace and love with this look at Camp Bestival.

Get the ROCK and ROLL look :

A look that is inspired by rock and roll culture with clothing adorned with skulls and star prints complemented with band t-shirts and leather jackets. Our rock and roll styles include Jake, Noah and Bowie shirts which help to create the perfect festival look for boys. For girls, team the Viola and Brooklyn dresses with Doctor Martin boots for an edgier style. Pair all festival outfits with sunglasses for the ultimate rock star look! Rock this look at Reading and Leeds Festival.

Have a great festival season. Long live Rock and Roll!

Love and Peace, Angie X