Although festival season is primarily during the summer, there are tons of fun Winter Festivals, such as Decadence, Snowglobe, Countdown NYE and more! And when it’s cold out, it’s important to layer up! You can easily add warm layers to any festival outfit. If you really want to rock booty shorts, bring a pair of leggings with you for when the weather cools even more. Or if it’s already too cold for any booty shorts at all, try a pair of fleece leggings under some all over print leggings. You can even rock your favorite pair of fluffies over your leggings! The best part of wearing printed leggings or fluffies during these chilly winter rave? You won’t have to sacrifice any color or style!
It’s also important to protect your extremities, especially your head. You lose heat quickly through your scalp so if your head is exposed, you’re more likely to get cold. To help combat this, get yourself a furry animal hood! These warm animal hats are not only adorable, they’re also functional as well. Your head will be protected and you can keep your hands warm in the paws! Furry hoods are a popular alternative to your typical beanies and hats. They’re festive, fun, and will keep your head and hands cozy all night.
Always bring an extra pullover hoodie as well. A cool galaxy print hoodie will keep you warm and still allow you to be a stellar space princess! Or you can be part of the show in a flashy light up fur jacket!
Here’s a pro-tip: while your sweater will definitely keep you warm, it’s important to think about the layers underneath as well. Wearing a form-fitting, skin-tight layer beneath your loose sweatshirt will help keep the cold air from touching your body. Something as simple as a tank top or bralette will make a big difference with the windchill.
A lot of festivals have indoor and outdoor stages. It’s important to remember that when you move to and from areas with different temperatures it’s best to adjust your clothes appropriately. When you’re at an indoor stage and it’s a bit warmer, be sure to unzip and take off your hat if you’re wearing one. And when you head back out, bundle up again. That way, your body will better adjust to the temperature differences.
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Published by Kellie Burch
Last Updated: 4/23/18