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Dressed to look best

FASHION was serious business at this year's Splendour in the Grass. Looking good is so much a part of the festival now, there was even a fashion mall.

The Really Small Mall featured some of Australia's hottest labels, Sass & Bide, Maurie and Eve and up-and-coming designer, AJE.

This year it goes without saying; most of the fashion was happening from the waist up. From the knees down, it was mud-drenched gumboots.

But did that stop the style? No way. Mind you, it's pretty hard not to look gorgeous when you're 20-something if that.

Some of the looks that stood out were the obligatory feathers, lovely floppy hats, short shorts, lace details, and tassles everywhere.

So many beautiful young things wearing...very little, but wearing it well.

 

Topics:  entertainment, fashion, festival, lismore, music, splendour in the grass




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