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girlcrush #grimes

A lot of my favourite things seem to come from Canada – Chromeo, Trailer Park Boys, Mountain Dew, Ryan Gosling and now Grimes.

I am so excited about seeing her play at Forbidden Fruit Festival in Dublin this summer. Not only am I a fan of her music, but her style too – a little bit 80’s electro, a little bit riot grrrl, a little bit grunge.

If it wasn’t for that pesky day job i’d have a lilac 50’s fringe in the morning!

Check out her clothes in the video for Oblivion –  obsessed with the gold & black hoodie and the huge sailor style collars.

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I hope you all love this as much as I do.

Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks | 212 from The Glitoris on Vimeo.

Together in Electric Dreams

For the next few days I shall be away at Ireland’s best outdoor music festival, Electric Picnic.

I shall be back then with LOADS of new & exciting posts, especially some upcoming about Dublin Festival of Fashion.

For now, i’m gonna sign off with a pick of some of my fave looks from last weekend’s Reading festival, which, incidentally, is where I was born. Not the festival, Reading!
Think of me in a tent while you’re all tucked up in your warm beds!!

Your Newest Obsession: Kreayshawn

You’ll be hearing A LOT from this girl over the next while.

Covering I-D Magazine via Fashion Copious

a musical interlude

It’s Sunday night again. This should help you wind down for a good night’s sleep. Lovely.

Festival Playlists

I’m heading to a few music festivals this summer, some here in Ireland & some abroad, and aswell as having my wardrobe ready for the festivals, I like to set up my festival playlists on my ipod. Mixing in music that I know & love, with music that i’m new to, it’s a great way to gear up for a festival when it feels like you’ve got ages to wait. And let’s face it, on a rainy sunday when there’s not much more to do it’s good to feel like i’m achieving some sort of organisation!
So below are a few of my festival essentials for this year aswell as a few tracks that I know i’m going to be listening to loads in anticipation.

Stripe Denim Shorts – a-wear, €25

Have a listen to: Kele – Tenderoni

Eclectic Cotton Print Skirt, A-wear €20

Have a listen to: Foals – Blue Blood

Both worn with tights & knee-high socks for the colder festivals or on their own for the sun-guaranteed fests.

Dip Dye Dress, A-wear €40

Have a listen to: Major Lazer – Hold The Line

(Ok, i can see this is starting to look like an a-wear post, but their clothes are just so affordable & for a weekend with unpredictable weather it’s great to be able to buy cheap items to layer up with)

Truly Madly Deeper take a picture vest – Urban Outfitters

Have a listen to: LCD Soundsystme – All My Friends

Something Else midnight gem print tunic – Urban Outfitters

Have a listen to: Leftfield – Original

Yaya Nom De Plume Violette chiffon dot top – Urban Outfitters

Have a listen to: Two Door Cinema Club – Undercover Martyn (Passion Pit remix)

I’m a big fan of U.O. for individual tank tops & tshirts, they always have a great selection to choose from & can turn a pair of jeans or shorts into a totally different, laid back outfit. It’s also worth checking out Urban Outfitters for lots of different cardigans & sweatshirts for the cold nighttimes!

Denim shirts are another festival favourite & perfect for layering, I won’t link them here as there’s a plethora of them available from penneys to topshop and beyond!

Wellies are a pretty individual choice too i think, I prefer a neutral colour, black or green, so that they can be teamed with brighter clothes. But plenty of people prefer patterns or customised wellies & they can look great too! Obviously Hunter wellies would be the ultimate in festival fashion but they’re also available in pretty much every department store and shoe shop so there’s plenty of choice out there.

There’s actually loads more of festival essentials that i’d love to post….but i don’t want this being a MASSIVE blog post so i’ll save some for another time….plus it’ll give me something to do to count down the days until the next festival – YAY!

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