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8%20Female%20Singers%20You%20Should%20Listen%20To%20in%2020198 Female Singers You Should Listen To in 2019

8 Female Singers You Should Listen To in 2019

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I’m the first to admit that I didn’t listen to many women growing up. I was a fan of The Beatles at the age of…

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How%20to%20Pack%20Light%20for%20a%20Festival%20in%202019:%20Outfit%20Inspiration%20+%20Packing%20ListHow to Pack Light for a Festival in 2019: Outfit Inspiration + Packing List

How to Pack Light for a Festival in 2019: Outfit Inspiration + Packing List

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Attending festivals in Belgium from the age of 15, I’ve become an expert on how to pack light for a festival. For years, I tested…

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My%20Australian%20Road%20Trip%20SoundtrackMy Australian Road Trip Soundtrack

My Australian Road Trip Soundtrack

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When you’re driving around a country the size of Australia, which is bigger than Europe in its entirety, a well-curated road trip playlist is a vital part of your journey. Any memorable road trip stands or falls with unique locations, inspiring people and flawless entertainment. Having driven from Darwin down to Perth and from Perth all the way to Melbourne and back up to Brisbane, I’ve gotten to know a thing or two about what it takes to keep you going (we’re talking 4000+ km’s). You need tunes to wake you up in the morning, tunes to remember all those great moments and tunes to enjoy the sunsets you drive past. And when all else fails and you’re sick of those songs, you will need some good podcasts.

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My%20Festival%20PlaylistMy Festival Playlist

My Festival Playlist

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The fashion at music festivals is a lot of fun but of course the actual music is what it is all about. While preparing for Pukkelpop this week, I’ve submerged myself in the bands that are coming and put together a little playlist. Not only bands that are coming to Belgium this weekend, but also a couple of my all time favorites that were at Rock Werchter, Couleur Café and Les Ardentes. Perfect to play when you’re packing your bags or when you’re on the road! I also added some pics that I still had laying around from festivals last year and this year.

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Dress Code Festival Fashion

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There are a few things in life that make my heart skip a beat. Music festivals are definitely one of those things. Anxiously I await the dates upon which sales start, I’m obsessively listening to the radio to hear the first names on the line-up and when I can’t make it to a certain festival, my heart dies a little bit. For me festivals revolve around the music, the atmosphere, the friends, the fashion and of course the dancing! We’re already well into the festival season and I already got the chance to go Couleur Café and Rock Werchter. Pukkelpop is coming up in little over a week and I can’t wait to choose what I’m going to pack and which bands I definitely have to see.

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Festival%20Hopping%20at%20Couleur%20CaféFestival Hopping at Couleur Café

Festival Hopping at Couleur Café

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During the weekends of Les Ardentes, Dour Festival and Tommorowland I’m usually in France just as this year. Festivals I would all love to visit but then again I don’t mind the view that I’m looking at right now. One of my bad habits is counting down to the next festival as soon as the most recent one finishes. Before the summer really started in Belgium and here in France it was time for Couleur Café (and Rock Werchter the weekend after). Zalando invited us to choose a festival outfit and join them to the festival. I knew immediately that I would wanted to wear the Bandit shorts from One Teaspoon. We got the full treatment with a ProNails manicure and professional hairstyling. We even got the chance to ride to the festival in this amazeballs vintage Volkswagen Samba bus. I never thought I would actually get the chance to ride in one! I have to admit that it felt a bit strange to dress up for a festival but I sure wouldn’t mind to have it more often. I would suggest joining me to Pukkelpop?

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