More Festival Fun

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My final outfit from last weekend, and probably my favourite, is this crop top and overalls combo. These tie dye, lightweight overalls are definitely going to be a staple this festival season. They are cool, comfy and relatively sun smart. They also went great with my volunteer Tshirt (not pictured).

Outfit: Diva Headband (Ozsale, $3), CottonOn Sunnies (Ozsale, $3), Crop Top (Supre, $5), Overalls (Thailand, $7) & Jellies (Rubi, $5)

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Trends aren’t for Everyone

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Luckily for me I have been blessed with a small frame and a flat stomach, which is particularly good as crop tops are well and truly in this season. I’d normally pair a crop top with something high waisted, but when I’m at a festival all modesty is gone. The other tip I would like to pass on from this outfit – when it comes to festivals, you can never have too much floral!

Outfit: Diva Headband (Ozsale, $3), CottonOn Sunnies (Ozsale, $3), CropTop (Supre, $5), Jeans ($20) & Jellies (Rubi, $5)

My Favourite Season

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Yes! It’s finally here! The season I spend all year talking about, waiting for and planning and here it is! No it’s not summer, it’s festival season.

This year I kicked off the season with Queenscliff Music Festival from Friday 28 Nov to Sunday 30 Nov. Starting on the Friday did mean that I had to go straight from work, but I managed to put together this outfit that just needed a change from trousers to Jeans (plus a few accessories) to go from office to festival grounds.

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So now it’s one festival down, 4 to go!

Outfit 1: Blazer (Portmans, $50), Top (Savers, $3), Trousers (Kmart, $15) & Booties (Kmart, $19)

Outfit 2: Diva Headband (Ozsale, $3), CottonOn Sunnies (Ozsale, $3), Cardi (Vintage) & Jeans (CottonOn, $50)