CoochieCrunch

Bristol's Badass Burlesque Show

Summer Lovin’

Ok, so we’ve been a little quiet here at CoochieCrunch, but we still love you! To keep you content while we bust our butts getting ready for The Mermaid Parade, Bristol Pride, Brisfest and The Bristol Burlesque Festival, here’s a little summer time style inspiration from Ally Katte. Take a look, feel the summer lovin’, make your own or contact Ally Katte for a bespoke piece to wear to this summer’s Festivals, parties or wherever else you darn well feel like!

Style a brightly colored wig in to a wild up-do and let the rest of 'em eat cake! (c) Ally Katte

Style a brightly colored wig in to a wild up-do and let the rest of ’em eat cake! (c) Ally Katte

Hot glue all those weird little buttons you've collected over the years to a fascinator base for a cute hair clip. (c) Ally Katte

Hot glue all those weird little buttons you’ve collected over the years to a fascinator base for a cute hair clip. (c) Ally Katte

Let the wild world flow through you with a headdress constructed out of feathers and flowers. (c) Ally Katte

Let the wild world flow through you with a headdress constructed out of feathers and flowers. (c) Ally Katte

Let your flower child flow freely with a simple silk flower wreath. (c) Angi Wallace

Let your flower child flow freely with a simple silk flower wreath. (c) Angi Wallace

Go big and bold with one HUGE bloom in a bold colour. (c) Angi Wallace

Go big and bold with one HUGE bloom in a bold colour. (c) Angi Wallace

Pay tribute to one of our CoochieCrunch heroes, Frida Kahlo with braids and vivid blossoms.

Pay tribute to one of our CoochieCrunch heroes, Frida Kahlo with braids and vivid blossoms.

Keep it fresh and free by intertwining fresh cut flowers in your hair. (c) Lou Leigh Blue

Keep it fresh and free by intertwining fresh cut flowers in your hair. (c) Lou Leigh Blue

Let your zombified self out with blood, guts and a showgirl headdress. (c) Philip Clark

Let your zombified self out with blood, guts and a showgirl headdress. (c) Philip Clark

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