The recent Coachella Festival over in the States had people and celebrities in all sorts of ‘festival wear’.
The only massive outdoor music festivals I have been to is to the Rainforest World Music Festival which is held every year in Kuching, Sarawak (on the island of Borneo) in Malaysia. The weather one gets on the equator is hot and humid, so boots is definitely not an option! From my experience, the perfect wear for a whole-day festival event would be:
- A good bra that doesn’t let you down!
- Havaianas flip flops (comfortable and gorgeous!)
- A sling bag (so your arms are free to dance!)
- Comfortable clothing which is as airy as possible (shorts/short dresses). Sleeveless as possible – it gets too hot!
- Mosquito repellant bracelets (this is a MUST!)
I’ll be missing the above said festival back home this year – so if you are heading to it, have fun and the less the better ;) If I were going, this is what I would wear:
Crochet/lace top: New Look; Necklace: Vintage; Skirt: H&M; Bag: Ted Baker
If you noticed, I mentioned a wig in the title. Well, more so a barrister’s wig. If you are new to reading this blog (which I write with an amazing other; Minty), I am a law graduate currently doing her Bar in the UK so that I can qualify to practice as a barrister (or a lawyer back home in Borneo).
I will be having 2 advocacy exams this coming Thursday and next Tuesday in which I will be examining witnesses in the witness box, in a mock court room.
Well, guess what I’d be made to wear on the day of my exams??
YES. A wig AND gown, like the real thing! This is either very exciting or very nerve-wrecking. Eek! I suppose it puts us into character, when we have to question the witnesses (who are actors). FYI: Did you know a barrister’s wig costs at least a few hundred pounds?!
My dad has asked me to take a picture of myself in the wig – I suppose I’d have to use my ninja skills to do so! Watch this space.
Also, Happy Bank Holiday to everyone in the UK! I hope it is sunny where you are ;)
Have a great week ahead :D
♥ P E A C H E S