Screamin’ Rockabilly Weekender 2019

Long time without blogging on here, I know! But today I wanted to share my look from last weekend at Screamin’ Rockabilly Weekender in Calella, near Barcelona. It’s one of the first rockabilly festivals I discovered and it officially marks the start of summer weekenders in Spain.

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Screamin’ Festival 2016

With June nearly coming to its end, I guess it’s time to review this year’s Screamin’ Festival. This year it’s been my second time there, and I have to admit that it gets better with age hehe
Got to hang out by the beach, with splendid weather – despite the early morning clouds on Saturday – and met really nice people.

This year we couldn’t make it to the whole festival but visited Calella on Saturday for their free car show and flea market. One can find beautiful bargains there! 
Also met two wonderful friends who happen to own the same car as my boyfriend. We had so much fun!

 The flea market on Saturday also had live music, brought to us by The Kabooms. This Spanish rockabilly band is awesome and apart from playing in Calella they also play in other countries. Don’t miss these guys out!

 Really looking forward to next year’s Screamin’ Festival. I decided to wear the Señorita dress from Pin up Girl Clothing, Tommy Hilfiger wedges and a Lady Luck’s Hair flower.

Photos by Pilar Silvestre, Matilde Hervella, RD Rocker and Enfocando Miradas.

Throwback: Summer 2015 at the Screamin’ Rockabilly Festival

Hello people! 
Hope all is well. I haven’t updated the blog since last month, how rude! 

I’ve been quite busy with work lately. Oh and 2 days ago I turned 24! Can’t believe another year has gone by. 2015 was probably the best year of my life, to be honest. And today I’d like to show you all a throwback from last Summer when I felt incredible. 
Every year the town of Calella – near Barcelona – organizes the Screaming’ Rockabilly Festival, a vintage sounds festival which is known to be one of the most popular Rockabilly festivals in Spain. Bands from all over the world and even national artists perform there in front of a large audience from different nationalities. 
Sadly last year I couldn’t make it to the festival but I went to some of their free parties at the beach. Santi’s Beach Bar is the meeting point for rockers and pin ups attending the festival, and you can even spot vintage cars. And why not wear the most amazing ensemble from one of my favorite brands? For that day I wore the Voodoo Vixen Top in black and a Jenny Skirt in harlequin. Both were my part of my first order at Pin Up Girl Clothing and I’ve become a fan since that day I decided to order online from them! ❤ 

Really looking forward to this year’s edition! The line up has already been announced, you can check it here.
Photos by me, Pilar Silveste and Javi Portillo