Latitude Festival 2017: The five trends to take with you to any summer festival

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

Festival goers to Latitude put their best fashion foot forward at the Suffolk festival.

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

And with a summer full of festivals ahead, here are the five top tips we learned from the trends at the festival:

1. Statement Sunnies.

Crowd at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowd at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

You can never go far wrong with a pair of attention grabbing shades. From bold shapes to reflective lenses, we saw it all inthe crowds this year.

2. Paint it up

Crowd at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowd at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD


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Festivals may be one of the only places where it's socially acceptable for adults to don face paint at 9am in the morning- so make the most of it!

3. Hippie headgear

Crowds went wild for headline act The 1975 at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds went wild for headline act The 1975 at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

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Whether it's a scarf or a hat, headgear is not only a fashion statement but also a practical option to keep you cool in the sun.

4. Be Bridezilla

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

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Looking for a second chance to wear that wedding dress? Look no further.

5. Jewels aren't just for jewellery

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

Wear them on your face, wear them in your hair, wear them on your wellies- whatever you fancy, the world is your sequined oyster at a festival.

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield

Crowds at Latitude 2017 - Paul John Bayfield - Credit: PAUL JOHN BAYFIELD

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