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The Joe Browns Ultimate Festival Jacket

We’ve designed a jacket that not only looks perfectly stylish for festivals, in a floral summery print, but is full to the brim with hidden gadgets and gismos so you’ll want for nothing on your camping weekend!


Ultimate Festival Jacket

The showerproof jacket includes a blow-up inflatable pillow hood, a hidden drinks compartment and straw, bottle opener zip, wind-up phone charger, wet wipe dispenser, detachable LED light and a locked pocket for your valuables.


We’re not yet able to sell the jacket, as it’s still in the testing process, however if there’s enough interest in it, it may well be on sale soon!


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Our designer George, behind the jacket, said: “We wanted to make something that was fun, stylish and really practical. We had a brainstorming session in the office of all the problems we faced at festivals, then tried to come up with solutions on how to fix them.


There’s still some tweaks that need to be made on the jacket, but we’re really pleased with how it’s come out and are intrigued to see what people make of it, or if anyone has any other suggestions that could make it even better!”


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Is there anything you’d add to the jacket?



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Festival looks the Joe Browns way!

It might seem a bit early to be thinking about the festival season, but before you know it we’ll be in the midst of full blown festival mayhem!


Whether you’re taking it easy sipping cider in the sun at a family friendly event, or going all out and moshing at Glastonbury, we think it’s important you feel stylish, comfortable and most importantly – completely you!


Here’s a few styles we’ve put together to start you off…


70s Funk


LB383A  LK427A


LT614A   AD537A


Funky Festival Palazzo Pants £29.95
Creative Crochet Pocket Cardigan £34.95
All New Versatile Camisole £9.95
Ethnic Boho Rucksack £39.95



Hippy Chick



LC964A   AD543A


BJ626A     LF517A


Perfect Pacific Tunic £29.95
Wonderful Hippy Chick Bag £24.95
Fabulous Cotton Necklace £17.95
Vibrant Beaded Sandals £24.95



Fun and Feisty


LB394A   LT247W

LF497A         BJ629A

Festival Fun Dungarees £34.95
Vibrant Versatile Cami £9.95
Carnival Summer Sandals £24.95
Stunning Beaded Cuff £29.95



Classy Boho


LA140A LT247B


LB387A     AD553A


Life’s An Adventure Kimono £34.95
Vibrant Versatile Cami £9.95
Embroidered Capri Pants £29.95
Boho Festival Bum Bag £9.95


Summer Chic


LA149A   LB404A

LF505A    AD554A


Summer Garden 2 Piece Set £34.95
Funky Festival Shorts £29.95
Fun And Funky Floral Boots £44.95
Boho Flower Bag £24.95



Stay tuned for our top 5 festival guide looks for guys coming soon!

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Colourful festivals

The 5 Most Colourful Festivals of the world

Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, teen or child some of the best memories you’ll have will be from festivals. They bring together all the best things in life – family, friends, music, lights, flowers, food, drink and an electric atmosphere that’s hard to find anywhere else.


Festivals are ritualized all over the globe, celebrating all sorts of religions and cultures, with colour undoubtedly playing a huge part.


Here’s a countdown to what we think are the top 5 most colourful festivals in the world:


5. Harbin International Ice festival, China:

The International Ice and Snow Festival, held in Harbin in north east China is the coolest winter festival in the world. It begins on January 5th each year and goes on for about a month with Ice Lantern Show at nights, Snow Sculpture Art Exhibitions, ice bars, a Siberian Tiger Park visit and diving performances.

Ice festival



4. Loy Krathong Festival, Sukothai, Thailand:

The Loy Krathong is a Thai festival celebrated each year on the full moon of the twelfth lunar to pay homage to the water goddess, drive away bad luck and to seek forgiveness. Small boats with flowers adorning them, usually in the shape of lotus, are released in the water by people carrying away bad luck from their lives. This looks absolutely stunning!

Chiang Mai, Thailand 2013




3. Carnivale de Venezia, Venice, Italy:

The carnival of Venice attracts 3 million tourists each year. Started back in 14th century to commemorate the victory of Venice over Ulrico, the fest begins after Christmas and ends a day before Lent. People wear colourful and beautiful masks, which was originally so you couldn’t tell between ordinary people and nobility and everyone has a right old party!




2. Holi

Popularly known as the festival of colours, Holi is celebrated throughout north India on the full moon of the month of March. The festival is about spreading the feeling of togetherness in the society and people let their hair down throwing bright colours over each other while dancing to the rhythm of holi songs – awesome.




1.Carnival of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil:

It has to be the world’s most famous carnival that runs six days before lent attracting two million people per day! The top samba schools from the country compete with their rivals bringing the streets alive with gorgeously sexy costumes, the loudest music and incredible dances.


A dancer from the Mocidade samba school performs at the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro. (Felipe Dana/Associated Press)



If you could do one of these, which would it be?

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Get Your Wellies Out!

Benicàssim, Spain
Takes place every July near in Valencia.
Headliners this year are Florence & The Machine and Blur.
The perfect mix of music and Spanish sunshine!





Burning Man, USA
Tens of thousands of people gather in the Nevada desert for a celebration of art.
Vehicles are allowed to the event as long as they are ‘mutated’ to look like monsters or animals.




T In The Park, Scotland
Held in Perthshire Scotland every year.
Headliners this year include Kasabian and Noel Gallagher.
Famous for the amount of booze that the reveller drink (3 million pints since the festival started in ’94)




Glastonbury, England
The Glastonbury mud is nearly as famous as the music, get yourself some big boots!
In 2005 half of the festival was underwater as two months of rain fell in a few hours.
Headliners this year include Foo Fighters and The Who

Glastonbury Festival 2009 - Day One


Melt, Germany
A flickering sea of lights, pulsating beats and beaming faces as far as the eye can see. The City of Iron will awake in July for three days of pure musical euphoria.


Melt 2013 - Samstag

Hideout, Croatia
Hideout is a beautiful festival that sits on the Adriatic Sea in Zrce. It’s gained a reputation for playing some of the scene’s top underground urban music in an awesome beach location with a stunning backdrop of trees and mountains.



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