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12 festival-ready neck accessories you can still order before Splendour in the Grass

There’s one accessory you’re going to need for Splendour in the Grass this year: neckwear.

From super-skinny scarves and 90s-style chokers and western-themed bandanas, you need some on-trend neckwear this festival season. We’ve pulled our 12 favourite neck accessories that you can still order and receive (thank you, Express Delivery) before you need to set off for Splendour.

Not sure how to style it? Try a red or white bandana with old-school denim, a dangly multi-row choker with a slip or a skinny scarf with an off-the-shoulder top.

Our top picks:

Hearts Print Bandana Neckerchief
ASOS
Pom Pom Choker
ASOS
Reclaimed Vintage Wrap Around Choker
ASOS
ASOS NIGHT Velvet Choker Necklace
ASOS
Long Skinny Scarf In Black With Fringing
ASOS
Basic Paisley Bandana Neck Tie
City Beach
Velvet and Charm Multirow Choker Necklace
ASOS
Straight Up Super Skinny Scarf
ShopBop.com
Uptown Neck Tie
Dissh
RHINESTONE COWBOY VEGAN LEATHER CHOKER
Princess Polly
Starfish Choker by Wild the Label
Princess Polly
Leather Look Choker Black
Missguided

For full outfit #inspo, read our go-to fashion-girl guide to Splendour in the Grass 2017.

Feature image: Instagram user tworoadsvintage

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