It’s that time of year again…Glasto is here! I’m not hitting any festivals this summer (sob) but I enjoy looking at the fashions, so I’ve created some festival looks of my own. Cover ups and sunnies, it’s all here….
Dress to Impress
A cute little spaghetti strap dress is everything – cute, playful and light to walk around in
Dress – Dorothy Perkins (www.dorothyperkins.co.uk)
Kimono- ILWF (www.inlovewithfashion.co.uk)
Biker Boots- Primark
Let Me Take a Celfie
You may have realised by now that I’m partial to a cheeky slogan tee! And where else better to take a selfie than a festival to remember how much fun you had? The shorts are lightweight cotton and super comfy
Slogan Tee- ILWF
Shorts- New Look (www.newlook.co.uk)
No festival look can be complete without a pair of cut of denims..I struggle to get any that fit me well, so mine are some I butchered from a pair of old jeans. The crop top gives the look so e 90s retro cool, and my baseball jacket is all kinds of awesome and very warm when it gets a bit chilly watching the night time acts. The jacket was customised for me by my friend Alison’s company Threader’s Boutique – as well as jackets they do t shirts and fab pictures. The up do is definitely going to be needed after a couple of days of dry shampoo-in it in a muddy field, and for those days I get down on my knees to Lauren Pope for bringing me the clip in bun!
Crop Top- In The Style (www.inthestyle.co.uk)
Baseball Jacket- Threader’s Boutique (www.threadersboutique.co.uk)
Sunnies- New Look
Hair – Hair Rehab London, messy clip in bun, chocolate (www.hairrehablondon.co.uk)
Colours in my Hair, Don’t Care
Festival season is the ideal time to go a little crazy and experiment with different hair looks, so I had a play with some hair chalk and embraced a little slime green/ baby pink a la Katy Perry
So many looks, so little time…think that means a Festival Edit part 2 may be in order for later in the summer. Hope you enjoyed this one in the mean time!
J 🙂 xx