If you haven't heard of Afro punk festival, please google it. A music festival full of cool, Afro-centric people, good food and amazing skin and hair products. An idea planted in my head by my sister who casually suggested we should look into going to Afro punk 2015 in Brooklyn Newyork, a decision I will cherish all the days of my life. Apart from the line up of awesomeness and vibes from artists like Kelis, Laryn Hill, Everyday people, Sucidal tendencies, Kele and Lenny Kravitz, it was the individuality and unique afro-centric hairstyles that amazed me the most. Infact the more you push the boundaries of fashion, the positive attention you got because I guess this was one place to be yourself and let it go. Please feed your eyes on the slayers of Afro punk 2015 (and some of my outfits too:-))
Growing up, women who wore visors were golfers. I looked at them in awe. Women, playing golf? They were breaking boundaries, laying the rules down, being a boss. I have never been tempted to buy one until I saw a guy selling them for £5 near my work (cheap skate I know). With sports day / inter house sport looming I decided this is a good time to own a visor and fulfil a life dream . Sports day inspiration from Buttercup. How can you win anything in those shoes I hear you say? Beyoncé dances for hours in 6 inch heels. Is she not my age mate, if she can do it, so can I. WWBD. What will Beyonce do? It's summer time, bring out your visors and sunglasses because if you wear it in winter, honestly, you will look crazy . Details of my outfit Visor (Brixton Market)- £5 Inner blouse (Next )- £28 Sleeveless blazer (M&S)- £35 Trousers (River Island)- £30 Bag (River Island) - £14 on sale Mules (Forever 21)- £25 Sunglasses (Primark)- £6 Some cute visors I found on eBay and Amazon in an array of colours. Please be careful with this trend so you don't end up looking like a tourist welder. Lol. Don't carry last please.