Hi friends,

Missed me?

If this blog is an indication of any of my good traits, it’s safe to say that consistency would not be one of them. But hey… I’m a working masterpiece.

On my last post, I spoke about Amsterdam, why I love it and why I couldn’t wait to return. Well, I made that dream a reality, because you’ll never guess where this post is based…

For those that love House and Tech music, this one is for you.

Awakenings Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in Europe. And on my travels, I met people that had trekked from all over the globe to attend. Coming from places like Australia, Ecuador and Brazil just to reach this festival!

Of course, the music was the main attraction but this had some of the best scenery I’ve ever seen. First of all the whole festival is overseeing a lake which is just insane. With (overpriced) rides and the most abstract ass stage designs.

Some of the headliners included the likes of Adam Beyer (who controlled the damn decks!), Carl Cox, Jamie Jones and Seth troxler.

I have to say the star-studded line up did not disappoint and I discovered a bunch of new artists too. Awakenings will most definitely be taking my money again next year.

Anyhoo, on to these the outfits!

Day 1: Serving Retro 90’s fish!

(where would I be without my signature pose…)

Day 2: Not sure what was on the menu here, but it was tasty!

(I have to say, if you’re packing s little something around the booty and thigh area, Fashionnova jeans are for you!)Outfit Details

Runner short Coord – Fashionnova

Camo Jeans – Fashionnova

Mesh Top – Misguided

Sunglasses – PrettyLittleThing

Fannypack – Bershka

Earrings H&M

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