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4 Sustainable Festival Wear Brands to Shop This Summer 

When shopping for radiant sets or dresses for a summer of festivals and raves- it’s easy to be drawn to big global brands for inspiration. Sites such as Shein or PLT offer a wide range of patterns and styles designed to be mass marketed for the occasion. However- for the grand return of festival season after COVID, looking for original pieces to showcase are much more available on independent and sustainable shops online. Here are some of my favorite upcoming brands for 2022.  

Favourite Child  

This Southampton based fashion designer creates loud prints using rhinestones and graphic patterns to create the perfect 2-pieces, tops, and dresses for dancing. Working closely with ASOS marketplace, her clothing is easy to buy and custom made to order- so make sure you leave plenty of days before your rave to secure your outfits. 

taken from www.shopfavouritechild.com

Hissy Fit

Hissy Fit offers perfect sustainable clothing using the offcuts of fabrics from bigger companies and turning them into subtle but stylish pieces perfect for summer. Offering a range of clothing from reversable maxi skirts and tops. And multiway garments to wear repeatedly without the need to buy more. Perfect for layering and switching up your style this summer.  

Taken from hissyfitclothing.com

Jazzy Garms

After going viral on TikTok for their super unique reflective patterns and designs- Jazzy Garms is the perfect way to stand out in the crowd this festival season. Cuts include adorable bikinis and flare suits perfect for the evening dancing when wrapping up. If you’re after a statement piece, then this shop is one to look at.  

taken from jazzygarms.com

Going Out-Out 

This affordable and sustainable clothing brand has a wide variety of bright and sparkly prints in stunning cuts. Tie tops and halter necks. With free postage options and custom order designs if desired, this brand is perfect for shopping on a budget but still making an entrance this festival season. 

Lauren O'Meara Sims
Lauren O'Meara Sims

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