What Real Women Wear To A Scottish Festival

Going to a festival doesn’t mean you have to dig out your old denim hot pants and douse yourself in glitter. Wide leg trousers, tea dresses and comfy trainers should also be on your festival fashion radars. We spoke to 10 women who nailed their outfits at Scottish music festival TRNSMT and got a few tips on how to get festival ready.

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Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT Caitlin Fitzpatrick, Glasgow

‘Mix up your lengths. Go short and long at the same time.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Rachel O’Malley, Florida

‘I usually go for the grunge look with a bit of hipster flair thrown in.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Clare Clark, Glasgow

‘Be comfortable. Baggy trousers are a must. Always dress appropriately for the weather.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Hayley Woods, Kilwinning

‘I always think of fringing for festivals.’











Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Nicola Fitzpatrick, Glasgow

‘Dress for the weather. My waistcoat had sleeves but I cut them off as the weather is so good. Keep it trendy.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Maureen Cranie, Glasgow

This is my first ever festival look!











Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Carolyn MacAuley, Glasgow

‘Keep it simple and be comfortable in what you’re wearing. Pack clothes that let you cool down and warm up. A shirt and hat are a must.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Audrey Wallace, Scotstoun

‘Always be comfortable.’











Scottish Music Festival TRNSMT

Megan Conway, Stirling

‘I knew today was going to be hot so I picked out something that was nice but suitable for the weather.’










Scottish Music Festival TRNSMTLianne Petrie, Forfar

‘Mix it up and be colourful!’











Words and photography: Eve Conroy

Eve Conroy

I'm No.1's inhouse photographer and work on everything from snapping and styling fashion shoots to photographing Scotland's most beautiful homes. I also look after our events section and the No.1 social media channels. Get in touch: eve@no1magazine.co.uk