Festival season is upon us so it's time to channel our inner boho beauty, ready for our favourite time of the year. Kick started by Coachella, we've seen a new blow of festival fashion taking over, providing a host of style muses we can't help but fall in love with. With last years wristbands withered and Glastonbury about to take to the stage it's time to talk all things festival.

Festival fashion can be a bit of a tricky situation when we have to aim endlessly to find the most striking ways to beat the British weather (something our Coachella celebs didn't have to worry about). Trying to match both footwear and a fitting jacket with our new festival attire proves rather gruelling, but if you stick to a stylish pair of chunky ankle boots you're going to be safe and now that the bomber jacket is here to stay this season, why not make it the staple piece of your festival wardrobe come rain or shine...consider your festival survival gear settled.

Tis' the season for hot pants, flower crowns, pom poms and all things vibrant...but we think its time to bid for something a little more impressive. So why not opt for florals, tassels, frills and a slogan tee to top the trends that are set to dominate festival flair this year. Eye-catching primrose prints have definitely blossomed this season, making the perfect festival wear when paired with the perfect ankle boot and a fedora, not forgetting a little cheekbone glitter for good luck! Plus we're still crazy for a co-ord, an effortless yet stylish way to master the festival look without having to go all out...easy peasy! When we think of style icons we can't help but think of a few a-lister celebs (Kendall Jenner, Alexa Chung) that conquer the art of festival fashion each year, providing us with some serious outfit inspiration.

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All the trimmings: switch the former flower crown for some standout accessories, making sure you complete your look with a pair of over-sized earrings (the bigger the better) and some mirrored standout sunglasses.