Official dawg ish 2020 shirt

Glastonbury, 2015. A festival is all I want—probably because it’s the Official dawg ish 2020 shirt in other words I will buy this polar opposite of social distancing. To somewhat satisfy this craving, I’ve been turning back to Vogue’s festival coverage, pouring over look after look, festival after festival. As I find myself scrolling through what are now time capsules of festivals past, I find the images that inspired many of my own looks not too long ago. Getting dressed for a festival is half the fun; and it’s not just about what you wear, it’s how you wear it. The trick is to create a look that’s efficient for the environment you’ll be in, and still have it be a statement of your personal style. It’s a fun challenge, one I’ll miss taking on this season. Will future festivals compare to those of the past? Only time will tell, but I’m sure they’ll be back—because we all need the things that make them so special to begin with: human connection, friendship, love, and music.

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