When it's time to party, be it at a music festival, on holidays, or at a major sporting match, you want to be dressed in the spirit of the event and tell the world – you're here to PARTY! With Kurly Wurly Bar Festival Outfits you come fully kitted-out in the most colourful, casual party outfits that will get the good times rolling. Boat party, beach party, bucks party - we’ve got the best party outfits for you.
The kit includes a classy button-up shirt, casual shorts, reversible bucket hat and a pair of comfortable novelty socks so you can keep dancing all night long.
The sun’s out, the sand’s hot, and the waves are calling!
Whether you’re heading to the beach, a mate’s BBQ, or any place where fun is needed, you need to look the part. But at the same time you need to make sure to take protection: a matching stubby holder, so your beer stays cold and no-one can steal it (unless they’re wearing the same outfit, of course).
This matching party outfit kit includes our best-selling cotton t-shirt with an all-over colourful design, casual shorts, and a matching stubby holder; so you can look cool, drink cool, feel cool.
What makes a great Festival Outfit?
Festivals are incredibly sweaty affairs. Whether you’re at Splendour in the Grass, Bluesfest or Falls Festival, chances are the sun is beating down on you. You’re on your feet all day and night, plus you’re close and sticky to other music fans. Staying cool and comfortable through all that is not easy. So you need a festival-ready outfit that won’t leave you feeling totally waterlogged by the end of the day. If you need festival outfit ideas, think of natural fabrics (cotton, rayon), airy pants, shorts, crop tops, and comfortable socks that can hold up to the elements; no matter what the day throws your way.
How to choose the right items for a Festival Outfit?
You’re going to be walking a lot, and you will be on your feet for most of the day. Most festivals are spread out and it’s totally normal to walk 10km a day just getting around Coachella. That’s 30km over three days, all in the sun, in the heat, among thousands of other people. So comfy footwear is important. You can funk them up with a pair of quirky novelty socks, especially if they are made of combed cotton like the Kurly Wurly Bar socks are. Then keep going up with matching casual shorts, a lightweight colourful party shirt and of course, protect your noggin with a reversible bucket hat – so lightweight it’s easy to fold up when the sun disappears and the techno lights kick in.
For added flair, have a matching stubby holder with you at your campsite to let everyone know you mean business.
What to wear to the beach?
When you go to the beach, all you truly need is a bathing suit, or as we like to call them in Australia, your boardies! Wear a cover-up hat (trucker caps are good but the wide brim of a bucket hat is much better) and sunglasses to protect against the sun. If you want to easily go out to eat or hit the boardwalk, wear a stylish t-shirt that says to people “yes I may have just been down the beach, but now I’m not; and I still look cool even though I’m a little salty.” Throw all of your stuff in a canvas beach tote, including one of these space-age beach towels that are lightweight but don’t suck up all the sand, and wear flip-flops or sandals to the shore. Soft beach towels, novelty shirts & shorts combo, plus a colourful hat and some sun safety sunscreen- you’re beach outfit is sorted
What are good matching outfits for friends?
Festivals are tribal and there’s nothing better than being a part of a fun crowd. Whether you’re having a few quiet drinks around the campfire or running from tent to tent between gigs, it’s great to be able to spot your fellow tribe members and keep the party going. So there is huge value to wearing matching outfits and showing who’s team you’re on. Chances are the outfits will be so popular they’ll attract plenty of new team members introducing themselves and wanting to join your party. Bring the group together with matching stubby holders and you’ll cement yourselves as the best party people on site.
What accessories should I add to my Festival outfit?
I know, sometimes you just want to push the boundaries a bit more, time to ramp up the energy, get a little more cray cray. So do you throw out your entire outfit or pump it up? Accessories are great additions that can add some life to your already awesome outfit. Everything from a matching stubby mit which attaches to your hand so you can never lose your drink, to a matching scarf that can be an extension of your dance style once the music starts to fire up. A full matching outfit is also far more powerful and can include everything from funky socks, casual shorts, button-up party shirts, bucket hats and stubby holders. Wearing this guarantees the party comes to you!