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Tennent's Vital: The Fashion Edit

It was reported that around 65,000 festival goers attended Tennent's Vital at Boucher road Belfast this year. The weekend kicked off with performances from John Newman, Ellie Goulding and Calvin Harris, ending with an electric live session from Irish bands Kodaline and The Script. I attended the Sunday event, and in between the lights of the big wheel and fast food stalls, I scoured the crowds for some show-stopping festival fashion. I bring you - Tennent's Vital: The Fashion Edit.

The event is being described as Northern Ireland's biggest entertainment weekend, which is no surprise after the flood of crowds that made their way to Boucher Road playing fields, with Saturday night selling out. The crowd prepared for the typical Belfast weather dressed in stylish welly boots, printed raincoats and layered looks. However, the layered look wasn't just for practical reasons - the trend is a hit on the high street this season. Of course, there were many more fashion trends demonstrated at this year's T Vital.

Grunge Luxe:

Checked shirts, ripped denim and printed tee shirts were a familiar sight at Tennent's Vital. Below, these two party goers use black as a staple with a classic twist of rose gold jewellery. The head scarf fits in seamlessly with this style and appeals to the cool vibe of this event.

Fashion Spotted - Jessica Crilly and Chloe Crilly 

Military Chic:

Khaki Green is a key colour for Autumn/Winter 2015. Go all out, by opting for a camouflage print or bring in some green tones paired with chunky statement jewellery.

Fashion Spotted - Sarah English and Jade Hegarty

Seventies Influences:

The seventies trend has transcended seasons this year from Spring/Summer to Autumn/Winter, the look has stayed strong. Festival goers were found teaming their outfits with suedette and crochet pieces, finishing with a touch of tassels - perfect!

Fashion Spotted - Deborah Dutton and Helen Lavery

The music event did not just welcome ticket holders. The Script run a competition to find a lucky select few to help them 'paint the town green', by parading with majestic green flags during the concert. One lucky winner Chloe Moore said that she felt the experience was daunting but unforgettable.

“It was one of the most terrifying things I have ever done, it was an amazing experience. The Script are a nice bunch of lads.

It is touching to know that The Script not only got their fans involved but choose people from the local area. With a fashionable crowd, great music and happy fans in tow. In the words of The Script - 'we always have a good time' at Tennent's Vital. 

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