Fresh Festival Fashion with Asos

Monday, January 18th, 2016

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WYLDR Off The Shoulder Maxi Dress, Rubi Shoes Jamieson Lace Up Heel, Karen Walker Super Duper Strength Sunglasses, Oroton Cross Body Bag (similar style here), Elle Louise Hanging Crystal Bullet Choker, Seed Fedora (similar style here), Prouds Earrings (similar style here).

Getting back to blues roots, folk and country music with the Tamworth Country Music Festival in full strum (see what I did there ;), I’m channelling a more ethereal spirit in my festival #ootd, thanks to Asos – who is serving up the goods.

When it comes to dressing for a festival, I always prefer a little more fabric and femininity and a little less denim cut offs – what can I say? I’m a girl who has her style mantra down pat! For me, this means finding a whimsical maxi dress with breathability¬†and a cute print. This off the shoulder WYLDR maxi is the perfect choice, as it¬†features a relaxed neckline, lightweight fabric and a front split for extra ventilation. If you too love this feminine festival look, check out the Asos Maxi Dress category for some super cute options!

Now for my festival tips & tricks

  1. Wear flats, you’ll be on your feet all day and you’ll want to be comfortable. Trust me, there’s a pair of sandals stowed in my other bag.
  2. Keep your trinkets safe with a cross body bag. Ain’t nobody got time to carry a clutch around.
  3. Throw shade with some killer frames…because squinting in your polaroids is passee.
  4. Keep a hat handy, not only do felt hats up your cool factor, but they remain 100% sun safe.
  5. Don’t forget the sunscreen! After all, there’s nothing more stylish then healthy, glowing skin.

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Photography by Erin Smith Photography


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The Blonde Silhouette presents an inner fashion monologue by Ashleigh McCallum. A lover of whimsical colour, designer pieces and classic femininity.

Location: Brisbane, Australia

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