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Saturday, 19 April 2014

Festival Love.

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With all the amazing things to happen during summer I have to say Festivals are my favorite. I have been to a number of them in my time and there is this incredible atmosphere, I think that might have something to do with the sun, music and booze but who knows, maybe everyone releases their inner hippy. I have been to a number of them in my time some here in the UK and some abroad and they never get old no matter what your age. Currently everyone is talking about Coachella the music festival in California, but weirdly not about the music. Festival fashion is a big thing and I am currently a little obsessed. Give me all the Kimonos and Crocheted clothing! The beauty of festival fashion is that it is very laid back, think wellies, shorts, kimonos, crop tops. Kimonos are a great for anyone who is particularly conscious of their arms as they are loose and comfortable and great to wear with anything and crop tops are great when worn with a midi skirt for those less comfortable in showing a full midriff! I thought I would share with you a few of my favourite plus size festival clothing picks from ASOS Curve New Look and Simply Be. What piece are you most drawn to?




                                 
Floral Maxi Dress 
Plain Black Maxi Dress 
Crochet Gingham Dress
                                    Floral Kimono                                  



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2 comments:

  1. I really love the crochet gingham dress! I love the contrast between the two and they're both perfect for the festival season!

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  2. Love the atmosphere of festivals, have not been to one in years, we really only have about 3 or 4 a year in New Zealand and they are all in the summer about a week apart. They are mainly music and wine festivals and some are at vineyards etc, some are only a few hours or a day, the odd one is overnight :)

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