Wednesday, 03 July 2024

Dress Like Festival Icons With Barbour Must-Haves

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Glastonbury is not only one of the world's most legendary outdoor festivals but also an incredible source of inspiration. Get inspired by the festival icons wearing Barbour.

What did Sienna Miller, Alexa Chung and other VIPs have in common at Glastonbury this year? Barbour. Here is what they wore to recreate their looks.

It would be hard to imagine the Glastonbury without renowned British heritage brand Barbour and this year the festival proved no different as Barbour remains the ultimate British festival fashion symbol. Timeless designs and heritage jackets have been seen at the forefront of Worthy Farm’s most celebrated wardrobes, with A-List celebrities spotted sporting Iconic Barbour wax jackets, Barbour Wellington boots and dresses. Sienna Miller, Alexa Chung, Saffron Hocking, Lennon Gallagher, and many other stars chose Barbour style and quality. Have a look at each personality and their festival looks for inspiration.

What VIPs Wore At Glastonbury

Iconic festival style icon Sienna Miller single-handedly reinvented boho back in the summer of 2005; almost two decades on, she is bringing it back as a true representation of understated, quiet luxury by wearing Barbour’s Check Charlene Showerproof jacket and Barbour Wilton Wellington Boots.  
Long-standing festival IT-girl Alexa Chung also returned to Somerset with her timeless style in tow, wearing Barbour Gail Knitted Cardigan and Liam Wax Jacket, teasing her long awaited A/W24 collection with the brand new The Edit by Alexa available in September 2024. Alexa also attended the Barbour VIP pre-festival feast at The Pig Near-Bath yesterday, sporting the Amy Quilted Jacket.  
Actor Saffron Hocking also entered her festival chic area wearing Barbour Heritage + Utility Spay Waxed Jacket, Barbour Re-Loved Bucket Hat and Barbour Wilton Wellies; while model and singer Lennon Gallagher rocked his Barbour Bedale Waxed Jacket, Barbour Cascade Bucket Hat, and Barbour Wilton Wellies.  
Other celebrities spotted showing their love for the heritage British brand as they kickstart the weekend included musician Grace Carter, wearing a Barbour Black Bedale Waxed Jacket and Barbour Bede Wellies, and broadcaster and style aficionado Laura Jackson in the Barbour Joanna Logo T-Shirt.

Glastonbury showed how the enduring love for the British heritage brand very much remains the same with a sense of longevity and understated, quiet luxury. Browse the legendary collections online at