As the first stages of Spring, ‘spring’ into action and we are taken aback by the sight of blue skies and that warm tingly sensation provided by the lesser spotted sun, I get to thinking about what fun things the Summer has in store. First and foremost is festival planning! So this months look is a geared around preparing for festival season and TruffleShuffle certainly has a lot to offer in this department!
I can picture myself at Festival Number 6, enjoying wonderful music, poetry and culture, all in the wonderful surroundings of Portmerion, and there WILL be sun which means I need plenty of tshirts and some groovy sunnies at hand.
Here are my hot picks for girls …
And, for the boys…
|With Festival season getting into full swing – rainy British summer included, we thought we would give you guys a little helping hand if you’re heading to one of the next main events in the ‘musicalindar’.
So! We’ve thought long and hard and have rustled up some of our top Festival T-Shirts and accessories for you guys to pick from, whether you’re wanting to look cooler than an polar bears toes, or just looking to survive in style this year.
No this has been a classic since time began! Okay maybe not quite that long but for as long as we care to remember. Featuring the iconic design from one of the biggest bands ever, this The Stone Roses T-Shirt is instantly recognisable and will also be a huge hit after their amazing return back onto the stage. Seeing the boys this year? This one is a must!
If icons are you thing and you like to make a statement with a good old fashioned photographic print, look no further than out amazing Debbie Harry Sailor T-Shirt. There’s no denying it….Debbie is HOT and we love the vintage style print combines with the amazing style and fit tee, a great image to be rocking this year.
Go bold with some Bowie! Yes the man is back and still has what it takes to bring out some amazing new music and sounds. Probably the most reinvented man in music ever, David Bowie has taken many forms and all of which are hugely well loved. Show off your passion for classic pop in this amazing vintage style David Bowie TShirt from Amplified Clothing.
Set your arm free in this stunning ladies Ramones Vest! This is such a varsatile piece and will look amazing with shots and wellies, or even as a rocker look with dark leggings, styled to the max. What a gem!
Wether you’rel ooking for some practical fun, or just some sillyness to remeber the occasion, we’ve got just what you need!
And that’s a wrap! Wherever you end up this year and whoever you get to see live, have an amazing time and stay super safe!
It’s a classic alright, the Rocker look never goes out of fashion. Slip on a retro tee and some worn denim and you are ready to go! Perfect for every day, pounding the pavements and also looking great over the festival season, you can really show off your rock credentials!
For the ladies, our stunning new body-suits offer an up to the minute twist on the classic rock chick look. Try teaming this awesome Amplified Vintage ZZ Top Body Suit with some denim cut off shorts, along with a pair of uber cool studded high tops and you really will be ready to rock!
For the guys, this wicked Guns N Roses Paradise City tee from Amplified Vintage will soon become a wardrobe classic! Team with lived in jeans from Topman and some retro high tops from Boxfresh and you’ve got a look which is ready to rock!
Festival season is fast approaching and here at TruffleShuffle, we can’t wait for a summer of music, mud and general madness among the fields of some of our favourite festivals.
The bad news is there’s no Glastonbury this year (booooo!) but the good news is there are hundreds of other music festivals happening up and down the country to help fill the Glastonbury shaped hole in our hearts.
Ladies – to help you choose your rucksack essentials, we’ve shared our top festival fashion finds for this Summer, all available right here at TruffleShuffle so you can make sure you stand out in the crowds whatever the weather. And don’t worry guys – we haven’t forgotten you! We’ll be back with our top picks for you too in the next few weeks so keep your eyes peeled.
PLUS we’ve picked out some of our must visit UK gatherings for this Summer so you can get organised and make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun.
Enjoy and make sure you let us know which festivals you’ll be hitting up so we can compare notes
Here are our picks of the must attend UK festivals for this Summer! Happy festival-ing folks…..
Reading and Leeds
When? 24th – 26th August
Where? Richfield Avenue, Reading and Bramham Park, Leeds
Who? Foo Fighters, Kasabian, The Cure, Paramore, Florence + The Machine, The Vaccines, Bombay Bicycle Club
How much? Weekend tickets from £197.50.
When? 18th – 19th August
Where? Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, near Birmingham.
Who? Stone Roses, The Killers, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Snow Patrol, Ed Sheeran, Tom Jones, David Guetta
How much? Weekend tickets from £180 and don’t forget to get your Stone Roses tee in preparation here!
T in the Park
When? 6th – 8th July
Where? Balado, Kinross-shire, Scotland
Who? Snow Patrol, Stone Roses, Kasabian, New Order, Tinie Tempah, Elbow
How much? Weekend tickets from £189.00.
The Isle of Wight Festival
When? 21st – 24th June
Where? Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight
Who? Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Biffy Clyro, Elbow, Madness, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
How much? Weekend tickets from £190.
When? 6th – 9th September
Where? Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight
Who? New Order, The XX, Sigur Ros, Friendly Fires, Hot Chip, Two Door Cinema Club
How much? Weekend tickets from £170 with valid NUS card.
When? 12th – 15th July
Where? Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk
Who? Bon Iver, elbow, Paul Weller, Metronomy, Laura Marling, White Lies, The Horrors
How much? Weekend tickets from £175.
When? 8th – 10th June
Where? Donington Park
Who? Prodigy, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Biffy Clyro, Chase & Status, Tenacious D, Soundgarden
When? 6th – 8th July
Where? Knebworth House, Stevenage
Who? KISS, Faith No More, Queen, Incubus, Evanescence, Tim Minchin, Marilyn Manson, The Darkness
How much? Weekend tickets from £180.