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Good evening to all my little ray's of GLORIOUS sunshine. As always, it's taken me about 5 billion years to get myself motivated enough to get out of my pyjamas and shoot some snaps, then to sit and write a post - but here I am on this gorgeous sunny evening, with a cup of tea to hand, ready to share some thoughts. 

 

As Vfest has just passed, and the festival season is slowly coming to a close, I thought it was only right that I shared a post about festivals/ festival wear. As a little introvert who never ventures out into the world of festivals (I.e too poor to afford tickets) I've discovered my wardrobe is definitely limited in terms of crazy raving attire, but I've tried to rustle something up that I hope is appropriate. 

Sunglasses: Asos
Choker Necklace: Asos
Bikini Top: Asos
Denim Shorts: Monki
Coin belt: EBay
Fringed Boots: Asos

 
 
 
 

I wouldn't say I'm the most extravagant person, so I think this look is quite a subtle festival outfit, that I think looks a little crazy but I'd still feel comfortable wearing it amongst the crowds of sweaty, drunk festivees. Also, I think it's relatively practical, as despite being decorative, it's definitely still wearable for more than 2 minutes! Yas. 

 
 
  

The bikini is easily adjustable, which means it can fit a multitude of body shapes because both the halter neck and the back can be tied accordingly. Similarly, the coin belt can be tied around your waist or hips and can be adjusted to fit - which is great and super handy. The shorts are pretty basic, but with the coin belt around them, it just adds a bit of jazz and a jingle to an every day pair of shorts. As the belt was only about £15, it means you also don't need to spend a silly amount of money on an outfit for a festival that will probably be ruined by the time you trek it back home! 

 
  

Lastly, my mirrored cat-eye sunglasses from Asos are a brilliant addition to my sunglasses collection because 1. They're mirrored which is definitely a little more adventurous than a standard pair of shades. 2. The frame of the sunglasses is also not standard, so these just look fricken awesome, quite frankly. 

Hope you enjoyed. Leave comments/ feedback. Leaving love to you all. 
 

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