The experience of a multi-day music festival creates memories you'll remember for a lifetime. You get to see your favorite bands perform right in front of your eyes and enjoy the friendly atmosphere that goes along with it. However, to get the most out of your festival experience, you need to know what to wear. Festival Clothing
One of the most important things to consider when choosing your festival clothing is what the weather is going to be like. Check the forecast ahead of time and see if the weather is expected to be warm or cold, and what the chance of rain is. Typically, t-shirts, tank-tops, and other light clothing are advised when the weather is warm and sunny. When your under the sun for an entire day, it can really make you hot. If there's rain in the forecast, consider bringing along a waterproof poncho that you can throw over clothes. This way you'll be dry and comfortable.
The right footwear is also something you shouldn't overlook when preparing your festival gear. I know a lot people like to wear flip-flops at festivals when it's hot, but think of the trouble you'll be in if you lose one. An alternative is to bring a backpack filled which includes extra clothes and a pair of sneakers. If you lose a flip-flop or want to switch to pair of shoes, you can grab the sneakers from your backpack. Plus, a backpack allows you to store extra water and snacks which are sure to come in handy at a festival.
One of the great things about festivals is that you can dress however you want, as no one is going to judge you. Festivals are all about expressing yourself and not caring what other people think. You can dye your hair and wear a pair of cut up jeans and still fit in with the crows, or you can wear a t-shirt with the name and logo of a band on it. The only rule to choosing festival clothing is to not wear the same old clothes you would normally wear. It's a time to look different, so take advantage of that.
Even with dressing different, you still have to think about functionality. There's nothing worse than wearing clothes or shoes that end up being uncomfortable. Once you're out at the festival, there's no way you can run back home to change clothes real quick. Whatever you bring, you're going to be stuck with for a while, so make sure it's comfortable.
Depending on how many days the festival is for, you may need to bring extra clothes. Week long festivals will require extra clothes, as well as a tent, sleeping bag, toiletries and other accessories. Although, if the festival is just for 2 or 3 days, you can usually fit most of your stuff in a backpack or tent.