Festival season will soon be upon us, and despite the fact that there’s no Glastonbury this year, this doesn’t mean you have to give up on the dream of sleeping in a tent, enjoying beer out of a plastic cup and more importantly, rocking that festival fashion.

Whether it’s a folky weekend festival, relaxing and listening to great music, or partying into the early hours with the world’s best DJs, there’s plenty of fashionable styles you can try this festival season; all you need is a little bit of embroidery.

If you’ve just started your own embroidery business, or if you’re an embroidery enthusiast, this is the ideal time to showcase your talent and help others get festival ready.

Denim

Denim comes in all forms and styles and is an incredibly versatile accessory to any festival attire. Try something a little different and add instant festival chic to your denim pieces with a little bit of personalised embroidery here and there.

This could be anything from small delicate flowers on the pockets of your denim shorts, to stitching your name in a beautiful font onto the front of a denim jacket or shirt. It’s unique and extremely personal, too.

In order to achieve that professional look, a Brother Embroidery machine will do just the trick. Built with first-time embroiderers in mind, and with a flexible 0% finance option, this user-friendly device is a perfect choice for you.

Hats

Hats scream festival chic, and the floppier the better. Experiment with a new pattern to freshen up an old style with simple embroidery around the rim of a hat or enhance that existing boho chic element with a few flowers etched on here and there.

You could also go a step further and embroider your favourite phrase or saying into the edge, something which is very on-trend right now; you’ll notice examples in all of the high street stores (but nothing as personalised as your own!).

Bags

Your bag holds all those festival essentials, so it’s only fair that it looks the part.

Breathe new life into an older casual bag with some simple embroidery patterns. Why not try an Aztec style, or all over floral? You could even just add embroidery to the strap of your bag for a really different look. Either way, you’ll be sure to stand out from the (very big) crowd, wherever you are.

So, if you’ve transformed your embroidery hobby into a business and would like to find out more about purchasing your very own Brother Embroidery Machine, get in touch with us today by calling 0113 242 9378 or emailing enquiries@stocks.co.uk – we will be happy to help.