60s 70s and 80s festival vibing

It wasn’t intentional, but somehow I covered these 3 style decades during AfroPunk.
As I mentioned before Afro Punk is all about expressing yourself and boy oh boy did I express myself!
Friday 80sDSC_2313
Remember those 80s music video’s? Sheila E, Prince, Madonna , Michael Jackson?
I always adored their style. I was too young to dress up with pointy bustiers and such but old enough to fantasise about wearing them.
Top from Marble Vintage
Jacket costumized Laura Dols
Pants American apparel
Boots Pepe jeans

Saturday 70ties

A decade I can only dream of. Thanks to my mother’s old pictures I managed to get a glimpse of what it must have been like. Big afro, platform heels, hotpants and beautiful long dresses. So much style inspiration. When I visit her I always enjoy taking a look at her old photo albums, with those beautiful 70ties colors.DSC_2382 DSC_2387 DSC_2388 DSC_2389 DSC_2391 DSC_2403
Both dress and cardigan River Island
Headband Sasha shoes
Purse L.K Bennett
Sacha Wedges Sandals

Sunday 60ties

This era I only know from old films and album covers. Yes, I am talking about Motown, The Supremes and Twiggy.
My mom had a million motown records and would play them all the time. I would get a brush and start lipsinging in front of the mirror. The model of the dress is a typical 60ties shape but all the glitter gives it a Bollywood vibe so I paired it with my Indian inspired hairaccesory. DSC_2444 DSC_2450 DSC_2453 DSC_2455

Hair accesory en earrings Afrowrap
Dress and wedges River island
Bag Chanel

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