Here’s what I wore when I went to Gathering Festival on Saturday. It wasn’t too cold but it did get drizzly in the evening and I didn’t want to take any chances having only just recovered from being ill for the two days previous to this. I was really pleased with this outfit, it was cosy and warm but I didn’t feel too wrapped up.
This dress was a total bargain from when I was having my shopping spree fail at the beginning of the month. It was originally £32, marked down to £18 but I got it for £12. I really love the shape and I don’t have enough polka dots in my wardrobe at the moment. It actually came in super useful as a semi-smart-casual dress when I was shooting Nick and Cat’s wedding the weekend before too. I really like the frilly waist detail and I’m just so pleased, it’s definitely one of my best finds in ages.
I’m really sad that these flatform/creepers didn’t get more use when I bought them in the summer, but I like styling them up the way I have here and I think I might do it more often. They were really comfortable too, great for standing around for ages, perfect for gigs!
I really hope that this coat is a real bargain and lasts, I’m not hopeful as it’s only Primark but it’s doing really well so far. I really like the cuffs and it definitely does the job of keeping me cosy now it’s colder.
I really enjoyed this manicure. I feel like it might be my first successful attempt at Aztec/Tribal nail art, which I’m definitely putting down to the fantastic Topshop nail art pen.
Proper Copper, Top Turquoise, Vintage Rose & Disco Heaven (Hed Kandi) by Models Own
Country Bumpkin by Topshop
Nightrider, Topshop Nail Art Pen