in collaboration with VANILLA WOODfestivalfashionpostGood because Danish teamed up with German fashion and lifestyle blog Vanilla Wood for a little non-musical #throwbackthursday post:

Berlin. It’s one of those grey and rainy days in October that make you wonder what happened to summer. All of the sudden fall is here and that does not just mean cold feet and rain jackets, much more it marks the end of festival season.

So we decided it is time to look back and reminisce about a summer in Copenhagen, about the first time at Roskilde, about kisses in tents, lost cameras, the best burgers ever, new friendships and the importance of rubber boots, sunglasses, fanny packs and matchy-matchy outfits. Yes, you can trust your eyes and brain cells – it’s time to put the music aside for a little bit and talk about fashion!

Festivals are not just about music anymore, you probably know this even if you have not been to a single festival in your life. They are like their own little planet and there is no need to play by the rules anymore. Scandinavians are known for their effortless and minimalistic style and it is no wonder that this combined with the ultimate festival rule “there is no rules” creates a mob of people that is inspiring and fun to watch.

We decided to catch a few of these lovely people on camera during Roskilde Festival and Trailerpark Festival. Take a look and see for yourself. There is one thing you will learn. Not just fall is about cold feet and rain jackets – festivals are aswell, but these scandi-boys and girls sure know how to make them fun!

Find more festival fashion in this Facebook gallery.

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