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What To Wear: Luminato Edition

The Hearn has a style all of its own. Here's what you need to know to look and feel your best at the generating station.

Jun 6, 2016

We get it – festival style is one of the best parts of the summer.



But Luminato at the Hearn is not like other festivals. The Hearn has a style all of its own.



Here's what you need to know to look and feel your best at the generating station.

1. Long Sleeves to Keep You Warm

Don't put away your sweaters just yet (remember, it snowed a few weeks ago in mid-May!) The building is often cooler than outdoors so we recommend bringing a warm layer. We have a complimentary coat check if you end up not needing it. 

 

Perfect jacket choice for exploring the PNW, @cuffington. đź“·: @jkimmie #moderntrail #timberland

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2. Keep Your Piggies Toasty

It's sandal season somewhere, but we recommend wearing closed-toed shoes that are comfortable to walk around in, even for the late-night dance party events. The Hearn is larger than you think!

 

3. You Do You!

Want to rock your best 15th-century Scottish outfit for the James Plays, embody Judy Garland for Rufus Does Judy, or wear statement ear plugs for Unsound Toronto? Go ahead. You do you. We'll see you there!

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