Fall is coming but the electronic music festival season is yet to be over! With the upcoming Anjunadeep Open Air, Shi Fu Miz Festival, Clockenflap, it is time to gear up for the occasions – dress to impress, right?


The Grand Entrance

For Rave outfits, Easy Tiger and iHeartRaves are definitely your top choices. Easy Tiger is a British brand founded by Instagram influencer @ttigerlilly, which sell sparkling sequinned clothing for fabulously-dressed ravers – mainly bodysuits, bra top and shorts. iHeartRaves however sell even wider variety of rave-related fashion products: jumpsuits, leg wraps, pasties, and fanny packs.

For Accessories, Gypsy Shrines, Soul Sergeants and Vibedration are our favourite choices for glittery makeup, caps, and fancy hydration packs.

These brands offer good quality of products with comprehensive refund and return policy, as well as quality assurance and confirmation from ravers all around the world, However, they are more pricey than other options, and have longer and more expensive shipping from the country of origin (mostly USA). So plan your rave outfits in advance!


Speedway from China

iEDM is a complete Taobao online store for customers based in Asia region (especially China and Hong Kong). It offers a variety of rave products such as sparkly onesies, Kandi bracelets, Festival Face Gems, hologram backpack, in more affordable prices compared to other options. Products are deliverable to home within 3-5 days for Hong Kong and China customers through SF Express.

Although products on Taobao iEDM are much cheaper and with faster delivery, they offer less specific options and have very limited return and refund policy for damaged or unsatisfied products.


Last-Minute Save-the-day

Running out of time before festival? There’s always a last-minute option for you! Pottinger Street, located in Central, is the hub of party costumes, where you can find all kind of generic party/festival costumes there such as wig, face paint, flags, masks and more.

Although the options for rave outfits are extremely limited, it is definitely a last-minute destination for festival-goers to purchase cheap and generic costumes and DIY materials before it’s too late!

If you haven’t read our latest article on the ultimate bucket list of music festivals in Hong Kong you can’t miss out, click here.