26.6.14

#UOxFESTS - Amy

Khaki Trench Coat c/o Urban Outfitters, Lace Crop Top c/o Urban Outfitters, Tunic Dress c/o Urban Outfitters, Fedora c/o Pretty Little Thing, Gold Leaf Headband c/o Urban Outfitters, Sunglasses c/o Urban Outfitters, Bison Skull Necklace c/o Silver Service Jewellery, Bag c/o Urban Outfitters, Midi Ring Set c/o Urban Outfitters, Boots c/o Office Shoes




















Here at TSOP, we are lucky enough to have worked, and continually work, with some incredible companies but we cannot be more excited to share these posts with you featuring our biggest collaborations yet with 2 of our favourite brands, Urban Outfitters and Office Shoes. As huge lovers of 'festival style' it made complete and utter sense to bring you some festival inspiration from these 'go-to' brands who can literally offer you everything you need for whichever festival you'll be attending this year!

My festival must have this season is a light weight trench/duster coat. I swear it has rained at every festival I have ever been to so outwear is always the first thing on my list and this style offers rain coverage without being too heavy to carry around the rest of the time, and happens to look incredible. The best thing is I know this khaki number is going to carry me through my muddy weekends and beyond, prepare to see this in a lot of posts over the transitional period! For now though, I of course went for a floral and tile print shift dress but layered it with a lace crop - this added texture and interest as well as being weather appropriate for all scenarios. The darker colours make mud look slightly less obvious (who am I kidding) and is a subtle nod towards the grungier festival styles.

Becoming a mama has made me slightly more sensible than I previously was and I even managed to think practically when it came to accessorizing! but planning sensibly doesn't have to come at a detriment to your style. My best friend, the fedora, is definitely another staple festival piece for me as is a bag big enough to fit in all those essentials! Most importantly, festivals cause indescribable pain to my tootsies so it's important to think carefully when it comes to shoes. These sturdy, hard-wearing, real leather boots are spot on for comfort, have no faffy laces and look a lot better than wellies.

Whilst Naomi is having the time of her life at Glastonbury (definitely not jealous..) I have been dressing the part anyway and getting myself excited for the rest of the summer! and now you guys can follow our adventures on instagram using  #TSOPxFESTIVALS for live updates and outfit inspiration :) woo!

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