SUNGLASSES* // ZEROUV
MAXI CARDIGAN* // MISSGUIDED
T-SHIRT // VINTAGE
BOOTS* // DM VIA SHOETIQUE
HANNAH LOUISE F
1st PHOTO CREDIT: ZOE LONDON
Having kicked off festival season with Slam Dunk, I was eager to attend more festivals, so when Missguided asked if I'd like to go along with them to Field Day, of course I had to say yes! The line-up was mostly dance artists, so I was ready to get my party on!
Unfortunately my Missguided clothes didn't arrive on time (gutted, as their festival shop is killer!!), so I donned a vintage tee with my maxi kimono I got from them last year (a wardrobe favourite, and still available to buy!) with some docs in a last minute rush - will be rocking my MG stuff at upcoming festivals though!
I had heard of a couple of the names at the festival, but was also excited to stumble upon new artists, and have a wander round all the little artsy touches around Victoria Park - one of my favourite things about 'smaller' festivals is the extra effort they go to, to surround you with creativity and really make it a great experience.
Chet Faker was definitely a stand-out act. I was already really excited to see his set as I know a lot of his music, and I was not disappointed. He has a gorgeous voice, and even while being squished in a dense, sweaty crowd, it was amazing to sing along - I'm gutted he's not playing any of the other festivals I'm at this year!
I hadn't heard Caribou's music before, but set was fab to dance to, especially as I'd bumped into some old friends to see them with! I was only there for the Saturday, so missed out on Patti Smith the next day which was a shame, but I'd definitely love to pay Field Day a visit in 2016!
Did any of you guys attend the festival? If so, who was your fave act?