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Latitude Festival Style: Jessie Ware

Posted by Sam Oliver Fashion Events Marketing Intern

19th Jul 2013

Latitude Festival is known for its fantastic range of music and performance art, each year bringing its crowds the best in exciting new music acts and this year is no exception. With the likes of Bloc Party, Foals, The Maccabee's and Daughter playing to name but a few- this year is set to be one of the best yet!

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One act joining them is the sensational female singer Jessie Ware. Having made her name in 2012, Jessie has been hitting high in the charts and with no surprise- her stunning vocals and unique collective mix of techno and pop -based sounds make her a top pick for other artists, such as Disclosure to have on their books.

Not only is her voice a stunner, but her look too. With a blend of 90's chic and sharp 2013 tailoring- Jessie is all about female empowerment. Sleek dresses are teamed with tailored jackets and statement jewellery- making her stands out amongst the crowd, yet remain approachable at the same time.

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We've highlighted some of the best Jessie pieces so you can get the look for yourself from the Oxfam Online Shop- just in time for Latitude Festival! Vintage, designer and even brand new- we've got something to suit everyone!

My personal faves would have to be the mint green silk shirt and gorgeous magenta dress… simple and sophisticated, yet perfect with a pair of wellies and a waterproof jacket, they are great festival essentials.

See our style spotting from last year's Latitude Festival on the fashion blog here!

Find out more from Jessie and her amazing debut album on her website.

All Jessie Ware images sourced from jessieware.com

Blog post written by Sam Oliver

Fashion Events Marketing Intern

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