Preparation is everything when it comes to festivals. There is nothing worse than turning up to the campsite unprepared and regretting your packing choices. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the Missguided ultimate festival checklist!
1. Baby wipes/hand sanitiser
We’re not going to lie to you, festivals aren’t the cleanest environment with limited access to showers. Top of the festival checklist are baby wipes and hand sanitiser. Baby wipes will keep you feeling fresh throughout the day, whilst hand sanitiser can slip into your bum bag and save you when the inevitable porta loo interaction.
2. Glitter/Gypsy shrine
Glitter makes everything better. Your outfit could be some comfy shorts and a band tee but add The Gypsy Shrine face gems and your outfit is complete! Cover up those dark circles with lashings of glitter. We can guarantee you will be dying to dance the night away again.
3. Hair accessories
Festivals are for going OTT and letting out your wild side. So, why not add as many accessories as you can, including hair rings or floral clips. After doing the cutest braids, add hair rings to every other braid, adding to your cool boho look.
4. Bum bag
We know festivals can be crazy, and your valuables need to be kept safe in the crowds to watch your fave artist. Style a bum bag with all of your festival outfits. You don’t want to be losing your phone at the main stage. How will you capture everything for your insta?
5. Rain mac
A trusty rain mac is at the top of the list at festivals. We know it will ALWAYS rain, so the least we can do is be prepared for the inevitable. Chuck a pac-a-mac onto your checklist. Lightweight and easy to wear, this essential should be at the top of your list too.
We all have to have a visit from mother nature once in a while, so lets make sure we are prepared. A festival is one of those places where you try to take everything but the kitchen sink, but don’t forget the ultimate essential for your lady health. Tampax have got you covered so you can dance the night away worry-free.
Want more advice on what to take to a festival? Read our blog here:
What to Take to a Festival