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Festival fashion

We all like to dress up for Glastonbury Festival (ok, that’s a sweeping generalisation based on me,) but there’s nothing worse than showing up at the coolest place on earth in boring old jeans and t-shirt. It’s just not fitting for the occasion. So take a look at www.oshun.co.uk There’s just time to receive your order for the festival next week. Here’s a few of my favourites…

 

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