Futuristic fashions hit the fields of Jodrell Bank this weekend as revellers descended on Bluedot festival for a weekend of science and music.
Located at the Cheshire based observatory, the festival makes good use of it’s base as it aims to inform and entertain visitors over a full weekend in July.
STYLE etc was naturally in attendance fashion spotting on the Saturday and Sunday, you can read our full review of the music from the weekend here.
Typically fashion was influenced by the agenda, with fancy dress meeting festival attire somewhere in the middle for many looks.
Plenty of glitter was found as guests donned sparkly outfits, hair and make-up to support the science themed event.
Some attendees went all out for the occasion, we spotted a few spacemen and aliens wandering near the mainstage, which had us applauding their commitment to the theme in such hot weather.
The atmosphere was anything goes, with freedom to meander from hippy to contemporary in clothing options. The best festivals always have a relaxed environment where people can be free to dress as suits and Bluedot certainly adhered to this attitude throughout.
Futuristic fashion wasn’t the only trend spotted, as other music lovers went for classic festival-wear style. Denim was spied, worn in a combination of ways and teamed with flattering vests and crops (outfits fit for the scorching weather appropriately).
Classic florals and paisleys were also found across pretty dresses and boho-styled shorts, bringing another aesthetic to the mix of tastes.
Naturally accessories played a big part in accenutating outfits, with sunglasses of all shapes and sizes adorning the heads of basically every person spotted. Little leather rucksacks made the perfect accompaniment for storing essentials without compromising outfit credentials, with bum bags additionally providing smaller space-saving solution.