Wireless Music Festival

Wireless Music Festival

“I Keep My Head High, I Got My Wings To Carry Me”

Like most people I have a bucket list of dreams/goals I would like to experience before I die. This weekend, I ticked an item off my bucket list which was to attend a large music festival. Ultimately my music festival goal is Coachella, a perfect mix of music and style, but until then my Wireless Music Festival experience has me covered. Wireless is London’s annual three day urban music festival and this years headliners included big names like J Cole, Future, Calvin Harris, Boy Better Know and much more. J Cole Is probably my favourite hip hop artist aside from Drake so I opted to attend the Festival on Saturday. It was good vibes only, hanging with my Day 1’s enjoying the music and hype atmosphere of the Festival.

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Like most people I have a bucket list of dreams/goals I would like to experience before I die. This weekend, I ticked an item off my bucket list which was to attend a large music festival. Ultimately my music festival goal is Coachella, a perfect mix of music and style, but until then my Wireless Festival experience has me covered. Wireless is London’s annual three day urban music festival and this years headliners included big names like J Cole, Future, Calvin Harris, Boy Better Know and much more. J Cole Is probably my favourite hip hop artist aside from Drake so I opted to attend the Festival on Saturday. It was good vibes only, hanging with my Day 1’s enjoying the music and hype atmosphere of the Festival.

In addition to enjoying the conscious and melodic lyrics of #ColeWorld, I also got to meet one of my favourite bloggers and style icons, Nyane Lebajoa , who approached me in the middle of my blog photo shoot (shout out my main San for the photos) to tell me how cute I looked. WEEK MADE! Haha
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I knew I wanted to be comfortable but still cute for the festival so I opted for simple black denim high waist shorts and this olive green/khaki deep V top and layered on chunky jewellery and a choker for added drama. Although it is “summer”, the weather in the UK is quite unpredictable and it can still be a bit chilly so I tied this awesome tribal print tunic around my waist which came in quite handy later on in the evening. My friends and I had a super great time at the festival and we will definitely be going again in the future!

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TOP – PRIMARK / DENIM SHORTS – ASOS/ CHOKER – TOPSHOP/

SHOES – MISSGUIDED (SIMILAR)/  NECKLACE – FOREVER 21 (SIMILAR) / SUNGLASSES – SUNGLASS SPOT 

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Earlier this month I ticked another item off my bucket list which was to attend a music concert of an iconic artist. One of the most influential artist of my generation is undoubtedly none other than the Queen Bey.  I absolutely loved Destiny’s Child growing up and although I wasn’t entirely sold on Beyoncé’s solo career in her earlier days, her most recent album “Lemonade” has me almost signing up to be part of the Bey Hive. As part of her World Formation Tour, Bey performed at Wembley Stadium and l was blown away. An incredible performer with an incredible voice, an event well worth the pricey cover charge for the experience.  I have always been familiar with the phrase “deafening applause” but that was the first time I truly understood and felt what it meant. One of the things I love about Beyoncé and her music is that she’s all about female empowerment and I definitely left that concert feeling “Flawless” with a huge “Ego“.

I ain’t “Sorry”! :D:D:D

Let me know in the comments below about your favourite concerts or music festivals you’ve attended to date.

Until next time :). Stay Chic, S.

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