Monday, August 23, 2010

Addiction eighteen: V FESTIVAL 2010

What is a festival without a little rain? The weather report for the weekend’s V Festival was a mix of both sunshine and rain. Well how was I supposed to pack for that? Will it rain enough to wear willies? Will it be sunny enough for shorts? These are the all important questions for any festival goer when fashion is equally as important as the music.
I was fortunate enough to be a VIP Louder Lounge guest which to be honest is the only way to do V. It’s the place to be and to be seen regardless of the weather. There I spotted some very stylish girls and one very stylish boy.......

The adorable Diana Vickers was there wearing a FAB Australian fashion label, Sass & Bide.

Loving this fuchsia flora maxi dress perfectly paired with her tan leather jacket to give it a bit of edge.

Black and grey leopard print harem trousers styled simply with on trend accessories like a trilby and a boyfriend watch for a bit of quirky cool.

How cute are these bow wellies? There were are so many different styles, brands and colours but these by far were my favourite. Check them out at Joules.

Great way to wear cowboy boots without being a cowgirl.

The gorgeous model Viktorija Skyte from Storm was there looking casual cool in her easy combo.

I love the on-trend leopard-print headband finished with bright red lips and always stylish Ray-ban.

Part of the perks of being VIP is having professional MAC artists do your make-up and Redken hair stylists blowing drying your hair. Lucky me, just want I need after a night camping in a tent. Michelle from MAC did an AMAZING job and she had some of the most interesting tattoo art that I’ve seen at V.

He’s the ever cheeky Dermot O’Leary enjoying the festival’s beer as well as the music. For the upcoming series of the X-Factor Dermot is said to be jazzing up his look with the help of super stylist to the stars, Tom Stubbs however today Dermot decided to style himself.

For me high street fashion was the way to go, you can look stylish at a fantastic price plus it allowed me to be carefree as I wouldn't be devastated if any of it gets ruined by the rain or worse mud. This parka from New look is a very cool and hate to say it ‘practical’ item to keep you warm at festivals. I also decided to go with comfy leggings instead tight skinny jeans better for all night the dancing.

Cotton poplin parka, £29.99, New look
Now if you are a music lover The Charlatans did an AMAZING set by far better than Kings of Leon on the main stage.

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