Flower Power - What to wear
Peace, love and everything Flower Power floats onto the Ibiza Calendar every Tuesday from now until September.
Flower Power at Pacha still hails as one of the most popular nights of the club especially to Islander insiders. Although maybe not as well known to outsiders as Pachas major floor fillers this night is now into it’s fourth decade on the island with DJ Piti (one of Pachas co-founders) mixing Soul, Funk and Disco.
Flower Power pulls Ibiza back to it’s Hippy Roots of the 70s and it’s time to unearth your inner bohemian child and skip holding hands onto the dancefloor.
Most of Flower Power’s revellers will be wearing 60s and 70s attire and where better to get your groove on than one of Ibiza’s famous Hippy Markets. San Jordi market on a Saturday is possibly the world’s coolest car boots and a perfect place to pick up a floaty sheer flower printed dress. Many of Ibiza’s boho chic designers and stylists also sell beautiful one offs at the famous Hippy Market Wednesday’s at Es Cana and Saturdays at San Carlos.
Think Ibiza Hippy Chic rather than fancy dress and you’ll be along the right lines although in a simple kaftan and flares you won’t look out of place.
A floral headband looks beautiful over sun drenched locks as does one of the feather hair extensions popoular on the island this season. Keep your hair soft and free, centre partings suit this look really well and forget the hairspray the more natural the better.
For makeup try a natural base and glowing skin accompanied by a softly defined eye kept minimal with a kohl pencil in brown try MAC liner in Coffee. A splash of colour to match your outfit won’t go amiss softly bended around the eye using a brush such as #224 by MAC. Then for some added creative spirit a painted flower on your cheek or peace signs along your arm will look beautiful as you spring into the night.
Let Made Up In Ibiza adorn you with peace, love and happiness by getting you ready for your night at Flower Power; you can reach us on 0034 622 472 122 or email@example.com
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