Firstly let me apologise for the lack of posts lately, sometimes life just gets in the way. I am making a conscious effort with my social media to make up for it, so be sure to follow me there too, all links below.
Anywho, this outfit post is from my day at Longitude in Marley Park. I had so much fun at it. A Saturday of cider, roasting sun, good music and great company, what more could you want. Oh, and we met Brian Dowling which was gas! We stayed in the Clayton Hotel in Leopardstown. The hotel itself was so nice. The best thing about it was that it had a return bus to Marley Park for only €10. You didn’t need to be a resident of the hotel to use the service either. So I totally recommend them it was so handy, and the rooms were nice and quiet. (not sponsored or paid just great location for Marley Park and really lovely hotel itself)
I loved my outfit but to be honest, it’s pretty basic for a festival outfit. I didn’t want to wear shorts so I went with culottes and boots. Lately I have been tying knots in my t-shirts, just for a slight change, so I did that with this grey loose fit tank. I wouldn’t be a festival hun without a hair accessory so I got my trusty fedora out.
Festivals mean being creative with make up so I threw on some jewels as a bindi (which fell off before we got to Dublin), added some dots above my brows and glitter on my cheekbones. My lips were what made the look, going for Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Echo, I loooove it. I do actually wear it casually just not an awful lot, as it is very out there. For full make up details it’s all over on my Facebook. Overall I loved my look, and it got nice comments from people, which is always nice to hear.
Tank Top: Pull and Bear || Culottes: Folkster || Boots/Fedora/Silver Chain/Black Choker/ Belt/ Sunglasses: Penneys || Beaded Choker: Topshop