Best Festival in the World

Yet again Glastonbury lived up to its reputation- what an epic weekend. Just about back to feeling human again after Monday morning in the office having got back at 3am.. Killer. The sleep deprivation and perpetual hangover were completely worth it, of course. Here’s a few pictures of what we got up to…



birthday bunting

Birthday bunting on the tent! ^^



Two Door Cinema Club with a familiar face- second year reunion! Also loving this jacket I found in an incredible sequin vintage emporium. Now just need another occasion to wear it…^^Azealia BanksP1050706



Slight sunburn ^^STones

Pyramid stage bird breathing fire during the Stones ^^

I promise that’s the last time I’ll be banging on about Glastonbury, normal service is now resumed!!


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