Festival Wish List

I've not got any big festival plans this year, but that hasn't stopped me from wanting to be dressed head-to-toe in flowers and fringing! And besides, living in Brighton, I'm never far from some kind of festival - Shakedown and the brand new Together the People Festival will probably be on the agenda, and Pride, of course!

This year's seventies trend goes hand-in-hand with the festival vibe, and I'm finding myself being drawn towards a more bohemian look than normal at the moment. I'm eager to get my hands on this beautiful crochet dress from Topshop that I saw on Ellis' instagram. It's only £26 and so retro - definitely on my next pay-day list! As TTPF is in September it'll probs be a little chilly, so this knitted tassel kimono looks like a cosier alternative to the thin cotton kimonos that are everywhere at the moment.

A festival wish list wouldn't be complete without a pair of wellies and I've wanted a pair of Hunter boots forever! I love this pastel green pair but in reality I'd probably go for a safer, all season colour like the dark purple ones.

To accessorize; a flower crown (obviously), a simple saddle bag, and a statement necklace. I love Wolf & Moon's geometric pendants that are made from a mix of Perspex and wood - which I think gives a real 70's vibe.

Are you headed to any festivals this year? If anyone's going to Wilderness I'm so jealous!


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5 comments:

  1. Hunter wellies are a serious festival must-have! The Beauty Informer x

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  2. so cute! i'm going to one called hard summer in LA next month :)

    danielle | avec danielle

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  3. Those Hunter wellies are gorgeous!

    Julie-Ann | ourdreamsoffashion.com

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  4. Aah, love all of your choices! You'd look fab in these outfits :)
    I am not brave enough for festivals.... I just think about portaloos and think NOPE!

    Lyndsay | Fizzy Peaches

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  5. That cardigan looks so warm and comfy! I must have it, haha!
    Ellie,xx
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