Here are some silhouettes that are ideal for summer, outdoors festivals and my style. I’m going to the Hove music festival that takes place on the island of Arendal in southern Norway in the end of June. It is rumored that the festival is situated in beautiful and idyllic surroundings – I’m a sucker for fairytalelike settings. As much as I love music, I’m not really a camping kind of gal, so I have only been to music festivals held in the city. Luckily, I’m not going to sleep in a tent, otherwise I would never go to a festival with camping.
Initially, I was a tad concerned that I don’t really own clothes that are tent festival-appropriate – clothes that I’m eager to trash or adorn with red wine stain and beer, that is. This post evidences that my closet doesn’t encompass throwaway material. On the other hand, I’m not keen on compromising my current philosophy of shopping and wardrobe building by obtaining new, disposable clothes just for this one particular event. Also, I want to wear summery festival versions of my everyday uniform, as I’m not much of a style chameleon. Consistency is the keyword! However, after making these collages I realized that I’ve got nothing to worry about – unless I’m sleeping in a tent for an entire week. I am certainly not planning to bring anything breakable, so why should I worry? Lol! And it’s just clothes (which I spend a fortune on)… haha. Oh well, as you might have gleaned from my reading my posts, it’s in my nature to over-complicate simple things by participating in over-thinking. To be honest, I can’t curb my over-analytical nature.
Vanessa Bruno Athé blazer, A.P.C. breton shirt, Acne shorts, Boyy bag, Repetto flats,
Ray-Ban clubmaster sunglasses, Byredo ‘Blanche’ perfume, Omega wrist watch
A.P.C. chambray shirt, Acne shorts, See by Chloé sandals, Celine bag, Topshop hat, Stella McCartney bra,
Chanel rouge noir nail polish, Ray-Ban clubmaster sunglasses, Byredo ‘Blanche’ perfume, Omega wrist watch
Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses, Topshop hat, Byredo ‘Blanche’ perfume, Omega wrist watch
In any case, these outfits are seemingly very consistent in style. If I want to wear these silhouettes during spring or early fall, I just swap the shorts with pants or jeans. As for shirts, I would wear them semi tucked into the shorts and roll up the sleeves for an off-the-cuff look. The linen-cotton blazer serves as a chic go-to jacket for chillier summer nights. Incidentally, I would never wear such delicate fabrics and items to music festivals, let alone a $4000 purse.