Best dressed: May Day 2016

Oxford was transformed into an array of festival chic and black tie

It was that time of year again! May Day — a day in which getting messy while looking classy is completely acceptable.

And so to celebrate, most of us headed out to either a black tie boat party on the river, May Day Festival, Forbidden festival and/or one of the many after parties that stayed open until sunrise. Whether you’re reminiscing about your night, or simply trying to piece together what little memories you do have of May Day, there’s one thing you should remember — your outfits were absolutely killing it.

Toby Clarke, Film and Business, second year

Now that’s a pretty funky suit

Sammy Bryan, Motorsport Engineering, first year and Peter Hedley, Civil Engineering, third year placement

Emily, Lottie, Ellie, Bronnie, Adult nursing, second year

These girls have got the spring look down to a T with their dresses and matching denim jackets

Oliver Lashley and Rob Howard, English Language and Communication, second year

The definition of smart casual – they call their look “business on the beach”

Vickie, Physiotherapy, first year and Becky, Human Biology, first year

Taymour and Faraz, Business and Management, third year

Nicola Fawole, Social work, second year and Flo Watkinson, English language and communication, second year

Purple colour coordination on fleek

Rory, Sports Coaching and P.E, second year and Will, Biology, third year

Thanos, Marketing, third year, Tasos, Business, third year, Christina, Business, third year and Ellen, Psychology, first year

Suave and sophisticated.