Hi everyone. A very quick introduction from me. I’m Victoria and I will be working with Elle as an editor on her blog. Don’t worry you will still get frequent posts from Elle herself I’m just here to bring you up to the minute fashion trend reports, up and coming product reviews and some insider tips. Each post I write is in collaboration with Elle and is always based on a topic true to her own heart and style. Speaking of which, let’s start with Summer Festivals. . .
It’s the end of Glastonbury 2013 and the cleaners set in to clean up and restore the land to its former glory. The lucky few, with tickets, are now left with a Glastonbury sized hole in their lives but what will always live on, long after daisies are growing again in the fields, is the sweet memories of who wore what. Here is our round up of the best.
Kate Moss is a seasoned festival veteran and knows how to rock effortless festival chic. This year Kate rocked Glastonbury in a brown aviator jacket, skinny black jeans and gorgeous black-heeled boots, full respect for being able to walk around a field in those. While half the Glastonbury population were caked in mud Kate looks effortlessly glamorous yet true to her rock girl heritage.
Sienna Miller returned to her boho roots with a black vest, black shorts and a Technicolor dreamcoat . The oversized hat and wavy hair is reminiscent of Woodstock and is wonderfully romantic and will always be the look Sienna does best.
Millie Macintosh hit fashion headlines as she lost her Glastonburgh V plates (she was there to support her Finance, Professor Green). She took hot-pants, the festival girls staple, but made them her own in leather. Yes, leather, we salute you Millie.
Caroline Flack showed us all why the Brits win the festival style battle in a waxed Barbour jacket and Hunter wellies and if those wellies could talk wouldn’t they have a few stories! Hunters still reined as the festival footwear supreme despite a few rocking a heel.
Finally we can’t conclude without a little nod to couple dressing and who rocked it better than our girl Flo (from Florence and the machine) and her beau. Perfectly coordinated in their prints and John Lennon rounded sunglasses. It’s not like Florence to show her legs and now we see this photo we have to wonder why she doesn’t get those pins out more; epitome of young and in love.
For a few days a year, in a field in Glastonbury, the world seems at peace.