Your Style Guide To The Fringe Festival

07 March 2017
By Guest GAT Girl
Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide PR, Adelaide Public Relations, Fringe Festival, Girl About Town,

With mad March in full swing, our wardrobes are in melt down… Whether you’re hitting the Croquet Club or venturing into the Garden, the pressure is on to find the perfect outfit.

With the Croquet Club’s spectacular new home on the Riverbank comes additional hurdles… The new location means a whole new dress code… Ladies, just a warning stilettos and Riverbank definitely don’t mix.

Kate Campbell at Coltish Boutique

We’ve sent out an SOS to fashion guru Kate Campbell to answer your burning questions on how to style your festival wear this season.

The 27-year-old who conquered fashion heavy weights in Sydney before returning home to open her new boutique, Coltish says it’s all about injecting some fun into your wardrobe.

“The Fringe is the perfect time to add some colour to your outfit and be a bit more daring… My boutique has a real boho-luxe style, perfect for festivals,” says Kate Campbell.

Yves Cami & Violette shorts from Isabelle Quinn

With denim a key staple at festivals, Kate recommends steering away from the classics and mixing it up with chambray.

“It’s a light fabric perfect for the heat… We have a chambray mini dress with a gorgeous tie up, off shoulder sleeve, or a chambray layered strapless playsuit,” says Kate Campbell.

Ameliaus – Gwyneth Dress

With the Fringe a time to stand out, Kate says Coltish is home to some key accessories to dress up your festival outfit.

“A cool hat or a striking pair of sunglasses from Quay can really pull an outfit together … We have beautiful statement necklaces and earrings, as well as bold clutches from The Luxe Project,” says Kate Campbell.

Jewellery at Coltish
Quay Sunglasses at Coltish

To put your best foot forward, Kate says you must consider your surroundings, with the Croquet Club moving to the grassy Riverbank.

“If you want to go for a heel then a block heel is best to prevent you from getting stuck in the grass… Wedges are also a good option or lace up styles to allow you to adjust how firmly they fit,” says Kate Campbell.

Block heel and clutch from The Luxe Project

With the Croquet Club the place to be seen this season, Kate has selected a number of her favourite dresses, set to standout.

“The Yves Lace Up slip dress is simple but so striking, made from beautiful light linen and features a lace up detail at the back which can also be worn at the front if you like a bit of cleavage.

“We also have an amazing Sea Jewel skort dress which is a mix between a playsuit and a dress… It’s off the shoulder and is made out of such comfy, lightweight fabric, not to mention is super flattering.” says Kate Campbell.

Sea Jewel skort

Items from Kate’s festival wear guide can be purchased at Coltish Boutique on 165 King William Road, or online at

Your Style Guide To The Fringe Festival
Guest GAT Girl
DATE 07 March 2017


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