Anyone who has access to a smart phone and working WIFI will know the weekend marked Byron Bay’s 2017 Splendour in the Grass festival.
Contrary to appearances, Splendour in the Grass is in fact a ~ music ~ festival. But as anyone who’s ever attended some form such a festival before will know, you’re only as good as the outfits you were photographed in.
And this years’ offering did not disappoint.
With glitter face paint, braids, buns and even boobs (anyone else sensing a common thread here?) we can only assume many a households are currently 100 per cent covered in the colours of the rainbow.
Because if you didn’t come home with glitter in orifices glitter shouldn’t be in, were you even there?
There were also hats, specifically ones typically worn by train conductors. And strategically placed stickers. Enough said.
Many took outfit inspiration from the peace and love free wheelin’ 70s, with tinted aviator sunglasses, flared jeans and bell-sleeved crop tops featuring heavily on the grass.
The 90s also made an appearance – think flat forms, slip dresses, faux (we hope) fur, double denim and brooding stares.
But it was the apparent lack of clothing that had most baffled as punters shivered through no higher than 20-degree temperatures fighting against Mum’s advice of always taking a jacket.
We think all the ladies, and gents for that matter looked spectacular, check out the gallery below for our Splendour in the Grass 2017 fashion recap…
What was your favourite 2017 Splendour in the Grass trend?