Hi dolls i believe you have all been fine. Am feeling so happy to be back again and i promise that we are going to have so much fun this year. I have a lot lined up for you guys.
While i was away i got so addicted to Ella Alexander’s blog. this particular post has been inspired by Ella.
so today lets talk about festivals. It may seem too early to be thinking about festivals, but the season kicks off in April. Before we know it, we’ll be in full blown festival madness when it feels like every weekend is filled with some sort of outdoor music event and your wardrobe will need consideration.
Think of festival style idols Kate Bosworth, Kate Moss, Jane Birkin and Alexa Chung, who look stylish, comfortable and also as if they’re prepared for what is essentially a big wet stag do with lots of music in the background (OK, fine maybe not Bosworth, who tends to plump for warmer festival options).
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to wear hotpants, nor do you have to wear one of those natty floral headbands. What you will need is a warm jacket we all know the rainy season is almost here (unless you’re festivaling on sunnier shores like me, in which case just a good pair of sunglasses will do); a slouchy jumper and a hardy pair of shorts. You need to be able to dance as energetically as Davido in all his music video (even the slow jams LOL)
Going to a festival is a test of endurance; your festival ‘wardrobe’ if you go as far to call it that, should be a survival kit – essentials to make the experience easier. If you think about what you’re wearing once you’re there, you’re not having enough fun. If your shoes or dress cross your mind once when you’re inside those festival gates, walk to the nearest bar or fun fair immediately.
make sure you have the following: The perfect denim-cut offs; the suede jacket that will keep you warm when day turns to night; durable, but stylish footwear ideal for dancing; and the dress that will make you feel as carefree as an inebriated Seventies hippy –
let the festival season COMMENCE! (INSPIRED BY ELLA ALEXANDER)