If you haven’t noticed, it has been pretty cold lately. But that doesn’t mean the music and shows stop. So what should you wear to keep warm at the winter shows, but still rock all your favorite colors and patterns? Here are just a few items to add to your wardrobe for the winter months that still let you express your inner rave child.
Scarves can be warn many ways and come in an assortment of colors, and patterns. There are different kinds of shapes, such as the rectangle scarf, the square scarf, the neckerchief scarf, the infinity scarf and the pashmina scarf. Scarves are easy to transport and pack, and are a quick way to add some color and style to your outfit. You can just even your scarf on your bag to take up less room in your bag. Have a scarf and don’t know what to do with it? Here is a video with a bunch of ideas to start with.
They don’t always mean rain, and can be quite stylish. Ponchos can come as a pull over, have buttons, or are completely open. Some have sleeves, while others are like giant blankets. They range in print and colors. Ponchos make for easy layering and can also act like a protector from the wet ground if needed. Can’t find one you like? More of a DIY person? There are tons of videos on Youtube showing how to make your own poncho. Start here.
Thigh-high socks or leggings
If you feel like you are missing sequence or bright colors, these items can help bring them back to your festival outfit. Socks and leggings are good for adding warmth to your outfit, as well as color and patterns. These items are easy to pack, while adding a lot to your outfit and comfort. Too many options just by googled “leggings”? … Start with our store. 😉
They provide a bit more coverage while still allowing for colors, sequence, and sexiness. Unitards come in all different patterns and sleeve lengths. They are also good for layering, or can stand alone.
Many of these items can be purchased on Etsy, iHeartRaves, the DMNW store or even at your local mall or target. During the winter it is a little harder to go all out in bootie shorts, tutus and crop tops, but the weather shouldn’t stop you from expressing yourself. Don’t sacrifice your style just because it is a few degrees colder outside. Dance on, friends!
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