Wednesday, 02 July 2014

How to dress for Glastonbury…

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The great music festival Glastonbury, came to a close yesterday with true style, as Dolly Parton belted out some of her most loved tracks to a crowd of almost 100,000.

As artists such as Lana del Rey, Jack White and Lily Allen took to the Pyramid Stage, the likes of Sienna Miller, Florence Welch and Rita Ora mingled amongst the music fans, while relaxing in the VIP lounge. However, for fashionstas, Glastonbury is known even more for its stylish sense of dress than the music it produces.

So how do you dress for Glastonbury? Take a leaf out of Kate Moss' style guide, and go for a whole hippy chic vibe to channel your inner diva. Tiny hot pants, leather jackets and Hunter wellies are perfect festival wear when paired with black play suits and tribal accessories. Denim is also a great choice for this music festival, whether it be shorts, ripped jeans or tie-dyed jackets – plus, denim is super easy to wash which is a result considering how notoriously muddy Glastonbury is!

Cara Delevinge, Rosie Huntington-Whitley and Sienna Miller are also perfect fashion models when prowling around the Somerset fields. Miller, who made the cool boho style famous during the last decade, likes to dress up her outfit with accessories and aviator sunglasses. You too can make a simple vest top look totally festive by adding chunky gold necklaces, colourful scarfs and stacks of bright friendship bracelets with Topshop offering a fab range of styles. Alexa Chung and Caroline Flack also love to get in on the fashion action at Glastonbury by favouring more practical clothes; like a rain mack! You should always be prepared for anything with England's ever changing weather, so head to Barbour for a stylish mackintosh to keep your outfit protected. On the other hand, if you go to any music festival make sure you have plenty of sun screen to fight off the suns' rays and avoid burning.

And for any guys out there, you can't go wrong with a pair of jeans and a vest top. Simple, stylish and easy - that's how you should go about dressing for Glastonbury. Then rock on and enjoy the show!