Top Irish influencers descended on Stradbally, County Laois, this weekend for Electric Picnic 2019.
Festivals always bring out an array of styles and creative looks, but with the weekend proving that Ireland can in fact experience all four seasons in a day, it was all about cool and casual style this year.
Lauren went for the boho festival vibe in a big way in this floaty, floral prairie dress from Penneys.
The influencer, who just moved back to Ireland from Amsterdam, rocked her new bangs by sweeping them back into a neat ponytail, and avoided losing her sunglasses by keeping them on an elegant chain strap.
Top food and lifestyle influencer Niamh O’Sullivan showcased exactly why a white shirt and leather shorts will never go out of fashion.
Styled to boho perfection with a lace bralette and gold accessories, Niamh amplified her simple wardrobe staples to create a striking but chic look.
Niamh Webb O’Rourke
Niamh chose edgy layers to see her through the changeable weather of the weekend.
Her entire look is by Collusion Studios, one of ASOS’ most popular concession brands.
Emma Kehoe rocked one of the emerging accessories trends of the season by tying her vintage scarf around her head as a bandana.
Emma kept the rest of her look simple but cool in a beige two piece and biker books.
Roz Purcell donned a classic black leather biker jacket for the Saturday of Electric Picnic.
She teamed simple seperates together, and added a pop of colour with the vintage-inspired bum bag.
Niamh Cullen proved that sustainably sourcing your clothes can lead to come of the most stand-out looks.
The top fashion and fitness influencer danced the night away in an 80s crop top from Nine Crows. She later kept warm by wearing a fleece she purchased second hand at Monday’s Nine Crows Flea Market.
Ashley Kehoe stayed true to her personal style in a glam sequin skirt.
Adding a wide-brimmed black hat and distressed denim jacket, Ashley’s looks over the weekend set the bar for cool but casual style.
Aoibhín Garrihy, Ailbhe Garrihy and Doireann Garrihy
Aoibhín, Ailbhe and Doireann Garrihy looked put together in their girly festival ensembles.
Opting for florals, sunnies and wellies, the sisters posed backstage at Casa Bacardi.