Ship-Shape and Glastonbury Style

Festival fashion at Glastonbury

For the last few Glastonbury Festivals, I’ve been lucky enough to work on site. I won’t say much but it involves tweeting, running around the festival site clutching a camera, and working with some of the funniest people I’ve ever met.

Corny as it sounds, going back to the festival is like going back to a family – we eat together, laugh together and work together for eight days a year and have a blast while doing so. As a result I was so busy there aren’t that many photos of me in my festival outfits, but needless to say the kimono I found during the Cabot Circus Style Challenge was with me most days and fitted the relaxed festival vibe perfectly.

Glastonbury Hollywood signFeminism: The Unfinished Revolution at Leftfield, Glastonbury

Glastonbury is so big, covering so many different genres of music, not to mention comedy, politic, poetry and circus acts, that it’s a very individual experience for each ticket holder. Mine included seeing The Rolling Stones (a band my father got me into), teaching friends and co-workers how to apply glitter to their faces with hilarious results, and a rather liberating talk on feminism in the Leftfield tent.

Before the talk I was lucky enough to meet Lucy Holmes, founder of the No More Page Three campaign which was wonderful – the way she spoke with so much passion, energy and common sense really resonated with me. I’m not sure that Ship-Shape is the right place to start talking politics, media and feminism, but it certainly got me thinking a lot about what topics I’d like to cover in the future.

I was on Instagram quite a lot whilst at the festival so head over there if you want to see what I got up to, and if you attended Glastonbury – or watched at home – tell me what your favourite festival moment was!

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5 responses to “Ship-Shape and Glastonbury Style

  1. Sounds amazing! And I totally support no more page 3!

  2. This sounds amazing!

    Maria xxx

  3. SOB. I don’t think that last comment went through!

    So glad you had a lovely time, thank goodness I read your Cabot Circus post because I ran out and nabbed a pair of those New Look shorts. Also, yay for meeting Lucy Holmes! I love reading her updates. Fingers crossed it won’t be long until Page 3 is no more.

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