Head-dress stand-out fashion at BluesFest

ABOVE: Eugene and Jo O’Reilly getting into the fully feathered festival spirit at Bluesfest 2013.  Below: Goddess Of Babylon goddesses Chelsea Foster, Rebecca Cook and Chantelle Barber; Amber Brovelli from the Knicker Parlour; The Knicker Parlour stall at Bluesfest.
ABOVE: Eugene and Jo O’Reilly getting into the fully feathered festival spirit at Bluesfest 2013.  Below: Goddess Of Babylon goddesses Chelsea Foster, Rebecca Cook and Chantelle Barber; Amber Brovelli from the Knicker Parlour; The Knicker Parlour stall at Bluesfest. TRACEY HORDERN

AS ALWAYS at Bluesfest, hats and head-dresses were the stand-out fashion statement and it seems a festival isn't a festival without feathers and pork pie hats.

But from the waist down, practicality dictates boots and jeans for most of us.

Most of the fashion action centred on the Bluesfest fashion stalls. Byron favourite Goddess of Babylon was a Mecca for gorgeous young things.

The new venue, The Lotus Palace, was a drawcard for the VIP festival-goers with Peter Noble holding court and the PR girls were all wearing their Hunter gumboots, the Rolls-Royce of gumboots.

And if you really wanted attention? A full Indian head-dress turns heads at a festival where anything goes.

 

 



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