With festival season upon us, everyone is embracing the atmosphere and festival fashion is back in style. So check out my top 3 looks to join in the festival fun!
This first look is typical Summer festival.. I love these denim shorts with ombre fringe and it's a little different to what we always see, I paired them with a simple, tight fighting, black crop top and some tan gladiator sandals. A small over the shoulder bag is essential to carry all your bits and bobs around during the day, and add a pair of black circular sunglasses to protect your eyes!
I chose a long chain with a feather on for this look as I felt in went with the fringing, and a stack of thin gold bangles which you can mix and match with any of your favourite jewellery pieces. To top it all off I love a good bright red lip, and there you go!
For those of you who have ever been to a festival, you will know that a good pair of boots is essential to protect your feet from the roaring crowds (not to mention the mud we often get with his British weather). I absolutely love these studded boots, and I paired then with a pair of acid wash jeggins and a loose, sleeveless crop top.
I kept jewellery simple with a dainty necklace, and a wrap-around peace bracelet. For that final detail I love adding a bandanna in my hair, not only is it perfect to cover up that bad hair day, but it looks amazing too! For festival ease, grab yourself this iPhone case, not only will it protect your phone, but it has a slot on the beck perfect to keep some cards in, or even some folded up money!
This final look is probably one of my favourites! I love mixing black outfits with fun and flirty blush accessories. For this look I chose a simple black play suit, which I love, and added some blush coloured gladiator sandals. As it's festival season you've always got to have an over the top flower head band, and this one is beautiful, though it's still perfect for everyday wear.
I added a long dream catcher necklace to add detail, and some round sunglasses which match our blush coloured accessories perfectly. For this look I'd chose a neutral smoky eye, and keep my hair messy and natural with some bobby pins to help tame it.
I love this Deborah Lipman nail polish as it has a slight metallic sheen, and this TokyoMilk shea butter lotion is perfect for when you've been parting in the harsh, drying sun! A festival must have is always dry shampoo, keep your hair feeling fresh and looking clean with this lovely smelling cry shampoo for Batiste, and people wont even know you haven't had a shower in days!