Start Prepping Your Look for Splendour in the Grass
Glastonbury is arguably the music event that gave rise to the very notion of festival style as we know it today.
From the moment Kate Moss sported some perfectly practical wellington boots with her signature effortless glam at the star-studded music festival in 2005, fashion enthusiasts the world over started paying more attention to festival style.
Over the years, the ‘in’ style has varied from dishevelled rock ’n’ roller to head-to-toe body glitter complete with unicorn pasties.
What’s the current state of music festival fashion today?
Let’s take a look at some of the best celeb festival style offerings from last week’s Glasto.
Fashion-loving popstar Dua Lipa opted for her usual mix of casual-meets-glam. In a way, this mix is quintessential British festival style. We spy a healthy dose of the current 80s throwback trend…
TV and radio presenter Maya Jama kept things feminine and flirty, eschewing more practical festival wear.
Suki and Immy Waterhouse
Model sisters Suki and Immy Waterhouse clearly don’t steal each other’s shoes – they just buy the same ones. The two attended the festival together in matching footwear, both sporting leather jackets and a spattering of animal print.
Glastonbury veteran Alexa Chung dressed in her signature demure but fun style, opting for a lightweight trench to beat the chill.
Playing a set at the festival, DJ Peggy Gou kept things ultra simple and laidback. Tinted sunnies give the casual getup a festival style spin.
Hana Cross and Brooklyn Beckham
Model Hana Cross and Beckham-spawn Brooklyn rocked the 90s throwback trend with ultra skinny sunnies, denim patchwork and a reversed cap.
It seems animal print is trending in the concrete jungles and the festival showgrounds alike. Pixie Geldof’s laidback and practical festival style was elevated by the striking leopard print pants.
If that’s not enough inspo to start getting excited about prepping your look for Splendour in the Grass, check your pulse…you may need a medic!