Much of the talk after Saturday’s Groovin’ The Moo music festival in Maitland had little to do with music. In fact a lot of the social media chat centred around what people were wearing.
“There was one that just had pants on and tape covering her nipples” one post read. “There’ll be some sunburnt buns tomorrow,” said another. And our personal fav, “has anyone told these kids that it’s gonna be 12 degrees tonight?”.
It got us thinking – It’s 2017… Are we really still hung up on what people are wearing? Is it because many GTM revellers are under 18 that we’re casting judgment on how much skin is too much skin?
Here at Newcastle Live we’re always going for comfort over fashion, especially at a festival, but if that comfort means stripping off a few layers and baring a bit of skin… We’re going for it (much to the horror of people around us).
So while we’re far from the fashion police, we’re certainly not an office of clothing trendsetters either.
Saying that, you guys seem really interested in what people were wearing on Saturday, so here it is… Our GTM Fashion parade.
Beautiful girl @gwrangell in our Sapphire set. Cut off for groovin the moo Bendigo and Canberra is tomorrow just make sure your order with express shipping ?? Tonight is also the last chance to purchase tickets to see #cocofields showcased In a runway show this Thursday — www.rawartists.org/cocofields
Festive feels, they always make me feel happy but am feeling extra happy with my gorgeous hair done by @hairbychanelleduch & @laverna.hair . They're amazing! To those who always wanted to do something, stop making excuses & do it. #GTM #Maitland #festival #lavernahair #hairbychanelleduch #cusshedoesitbetter
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