Never too old to rock and roll

Never too old to rock and roll.

It’s only a matter of weeks now until the festival season gets under way. With more events playing more music than ever before, there’s never been a better time for festivals than right now in the UK. The only difficult part is choosing which one to attend. In the past, festivals were traditionally seen as exclusively for the younger generation. That’s mostly because they were the only ones who were foolish or brave enough to face the knee-deep mud and horrific toilet facilities. But over the last decade or so, festivals have really opened up and become a lot more family- friendly. Watch the coverage of Glastonbury these days and you’ll see people of all ages enjoying the fun – from toddlers to pensioners.

What to wear?

It doesn’t matter what kind of music you’re in to, or even if you like music at all. There’s so much to do and enjoy at festivals that they’re a great way to spend the weekend. But there is one thing to remember: you need to look the part. Wearing smart shoes and trousers to a festival is not a good idea, unless you really want to ruin your outfit. The aim is to look stylish, yet casual. For the perfect festival look, you can’t do better than a pair of Voi jeans. They’re trendy, hardwearing and practical, so you’ve got all the bases covered. They also look great when teamed with a pair of wellies – and let’s face it, there’s a chance that might be necessary. 

Things could get a little dirty

When dressing for a festival, you don’t want to look like you’re trying too hard. You’ll also need to be prepared for the fact that you’re going to get dirty, so don’t wear anything that won’t wash clean or that you don’t want to get a little roughed up. White is never a good idea, especially for trousers – just trust us on that one. The more relaxed you are and the less you have to worry about, the better time you’ll have. After all, that’s what you’re there for, right? Festivals are a time for everyone to get together and have a good time. And the atmosphere is always great – whatever the weather. So book your tickets, get the tent out of the garage and get ready to have the time of your life.

photo credit: wikipedia


The wave of the 20's for spring.

The wave of the 20's for spring.

I can only hear Springtime knocking on my door in a few days and with that comes the need of a revamp. Last winter season my hair has been nothing but tied down. Of all four seasons winter is where my hair would suffer the most it is so annoying to have my hair frosting in all the wrong places so yes, bun all the way. This spring season however, is going to be different because I just learned that they (the fashion people) are trying to reinvent the 20's finger waves and turn it into something with a modern look and feel. 

I cringe on the thought of how the loose feel of the 20's bob is very inspiring. Love how they took the 'pin up' side of this hairstyle and turn it to something that sparks vintage and contemporary at the same time. Be taking mine on a test real soon. Anyhooha, I took the liberty to widen my research and I was lead to these cute new limited edition stylers from  ghd.
visit ghd for more information about the peacock collection
These are from ghd's peacock collection. Don't you just love the colors? I'm a huge fan of using flat irons for curling my hair because flat irons allow me the freedom to adjust the size of the waves I want to make and in speedy precision. You might want to give it a try.


How does the 20's wave make you feel?

Tell me whatchathink?!

photo credits: fashionising and ghd
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