I love music festivals, not only for the music and new bands you always discover but also for the fashion. As you probably saw from my last week's fashion post, I was very excited about planning my day and night outfits for Otalith. This was my outfit for the evening shows on the second and final day of the festival. After realizing how cold it really does get in the evening, I planned my outfit around staying warm for the second evening.
I paired a recently purchased knit tank from Topshop, with my favourite jeans of the moment and my go-to anorak. I was able to layer a sweater underneath and I even brought a large blanket scarf in a neutral colour to tie my outfit all together, with warmth and style. I love my new knit tank, however, I wish I had purchased it earlier in the summer since I only have had one opportunity to wear it so far this summer (for the festival.) However, I already have it put away to bring to Thailand for the holidays and I can't wait to wear it paired with shorts or a skirt, or layered with a swimsuit underneath. Here I layered it with a dusty rose bralette from Aerie that I can't stop wearing. It is the most comfortable bra/bralette I own and would definitely suggest to anyone looking for a new bralette to check out Aerie's selection. They often have great sales and lots of different styles and colours to choose from, so you can't go wrong! I decided the dusty rose colour went well with the floral applique on my jacket as well as my newly coloured hair. I thought it would be a fun and temporary change to dye the ends of my usually blonde hair with a peach semi-permanent dye by L'Oreal. The line is called L'Oreal Colorista and it is such a fun way to test out pastel colours for a short time. Mine washed out after a week or so, which I couldn't have been happier about. Check them out if you're looking for a fun and non-permanent, quick change.