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Edita wears | The Coin Headpiece

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Kimono: c/o New Look, Top: Christian Dior, Denim and Headpiece: Asos, Creepers: Underground, Bag: My Tee Bad, Rings: From My Own Collection
Images by Ahmed Fayed

Words like venom through our veins they run
Weaving a web of deception hope is gone
Shall we re-live the pain of wars before?
Or shall we be the light, the new folklore?

Orphaned Land – All is one

If a band was a description of this outfit, it would be Orphaned Land. Their lyrics are incredible, and since this is a very festival-like outfit, a strong musical reference had to be made. I also felt the need to make a Middle Eastern reference due to the style of my headpiece – Orphaned Land is an Israeli band, so that box is ticked. And finally, because their music is progressive metal, my bag and creepers are also covered.

The fusion of arabesque tones and metal gear is the style I personally feel most myself in, it describes my personality perfectly. Studs and skulls mixed with ankhs and Bedouin handmade creations – this is what I am all about to everyone’s surprise. Shocked faces are the typical response I get when I disclose my musical preferences. People seem to think that I listen to classical music (which I do – don’t get me wrong, Edvard Grieg is an absolute favourite), but at heart it has always been heavy rock and metal for me.

Since I am talking so much about music, you probably are guessing how connected to the festival theme this look is, and considering that Glastonbury’s next week, I thought I’d come up with one last festival inspired look just to keep the momentum going. If you want some more outfit ideas, have a look at New Look’s festival fashion timeline – it shows how our styles have changed through time. It’s amazing to see how many trends we all created, followed and moved on from within a relatively small time frame. And I wonder what the next trend, or to use Orphaned Land’s beautiful terminology, “the new folklore“, is going to be like.

Tmart boho dress giveaway winner

Congrats to Debbi from sunny Italy – she is the lucky winner of the lace boho dress from Tmart, who came up on my random number generator as number 53! Feeling lucky just like Debbi? The Ray Ban giveaway is still open.

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47 thoughts on “Edita wears | The Coin Headpiece”

  1. That headpiece is so very cool, beautiful and elegant. Props to you for having the guts to wear it, though this definitely deserves to be worn.
    And isn’t it nice to surprise people a little? 😉

  2. This is so cool, love those rings so much!
    New post up on my blog, check it out if you Have time and let me know your opinion!

  3. Ah liking this music inspired look! Wow so exciting to be going to Glastonbury! Your photographer did a great jog shooting this jewelry Jewelry is so hard to shoot.

    Allie of ALLIE NYC

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