16.6.11

hello, sunshine!







As per yesterday, more festival style. REAL festival style.

From top: Daisha, who deals with the press and PR for the Hay festival but for other clients as well - she is FABULOUS, really cool girl. I wish I could show you the whole look: I loved the dotted white top with tan shorts. That is so what I wish I could wear if it would just ACT LIKE JUNE. 'It's raining again!' Mr. Do just said. 'Not much of a summer, is it, little cat?' (he is literally talking to the cat).

Then a lovely girl from Sky TV: they were part of a whole collection of talks, events, and even took turns wearing animal costumes of endangered species (see yesterday) which really was great on the cold days, not so much so on the hot and/or rainy ones. Soggy fur isn't a good look.

Third but not last: one of the sweet young writers selected for something I believe called the Beacon project. I forget her name but we chatted for a while when I met her with one of the others - who I shall include shortly, in my 'boy's festival style' post, coming soon.

Interesting how both in Poppy's post, and your comments/tweets/msgs, the main issue is.. uh, toilet tissue and all things port o san related. That's another things I like about the Hay Festival: gorgeous, clean port o sans, really top drawer. And lots of them.

8 comments:

adrielleroyale said...

These are so great :) Love their somewhat sleepy eyed hello smiles! :)

alexandratherese said...

The girl in the last photo looks fantastic but warm, comfortable and REALISTIC for a FESTIVAL! Jumper, coat, scarf, and really cool sunglasses - that's what I'm talking about! Look forward to seeing your men's festival fashion post!

San said...

All three of them have such beautiful smiles. Good to know that the toilets are fantastic at Hay. ;-)

We've had a sticky hot day and an hour ago it finally rained. I'm feeling muuuuch better now.

daisychain said...

these really capture what festival fashion is about! x

Timmy said...

Splendid photos, I love how expression the picture has. It somehow transfers the person's feelings through it.

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The Photodiarist said...

Lovely photos, Jill!

The Foolish Aesthete said...

Beautiful. I really love the first photo!

man with van in London said...

Nice! I really enjoyed reading your post. Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work.