10 Iconic Glastonbury Fashion Looks We Want To Resurrect

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10 Iconic Glastonbury Fashion Looks We Want To Resurrect

Impossibly chic festival-goer over the years? Two words: Kate Moss…

When it comes to ‘festival style’, Glastonbury is your go-to source for fashion inspiration. An outdoor runway if you will (albeit a bit muddier than your average catwalk).

Bold statements are a given at worthy farm – last year’s ode to Hi Vis jackets and blue braids, courtesy of Cara Delevingne and co was unexpected to say the least. A spot of bad weather and muddy grounds? PFFT. It has never stopped the style set from rocking their finest sartorial possessions. Just follow the Brit crowd – style out your look with a pair of ubiquitous Hunter Boots (sorry, wellies are non-negotiable – as are bumbags). So to celebrate Glasto kicking off this week [22nd June], Grazia looks back at the best ever fashion moments from the festival we want to see again and again – from Kate Moss to Alexa Chung…

The Metallic Dress

Laid-back glamour is no easy look to pull-off. Especially when the sun comes out - inducing Clueless-style induced wardrobe panic. But Alexa Chung aka the queen of high-low fashion, shows us how it’s done in a silver Max Mara slip dress with a khaki jacket in 2014.

Rainbow Fringing

Bold? Bright? Fun? Thanks to dopamine dressing being hot on the SS17 agenda we’ll no doubt all be following in Suki Waterhouse’s footsteps this season…

Rock 'N' Roll Tinkerbell

Ah the glory Glasto days in the ‘90s! We’re a tad obsessed with this oh-so-impractical ‘millennial pink fairy’ outfit from fashion rebel Courtney Love. Who says fancy dress is just for Bestival?

Boho Redux

Sienna Miller’s entire 2004 wardrobe inspired The Big Bohemian Revival. The essentials: Uggs (yes, Uggs), the chunkiest belt, an arm cuff and some major bedhead.

Normcore

Alexa keeping it practical in a Breton striped top, denim shorts, boots and an ’80s leather bomber. A staple look that will never go out of fashion.

Floaty White Dresses

Nothing says effortless summer dressing quite like a breezy boho maxi a la Florence Welch. For a less bridal look, simply accesorie with black boots and a jacket. *Heads to nearest Zara.

The Mossy Mini

If there’s one woman to turn to in times of cool-girl, casual festival style it’s Kate Moss. Fact. Her looks over the years, from super short shorts and suede waistcoats during the Pete Doherty years to her enviable summer hat collection. One of our personal favourites is this almost nothing, cool-girl metallic mini in 2005.

Fresh Prince fashion

Dungarees. Festival dressing would be lost without the ‘90s teen essential. Simple and saves on packing – just layer over a logo tee, like this French ‘Rouje’ tee doing the Insta-rounds.

Tie Dye

A psychedelic tie dye sundress? Because, why not?

A pink tunic

Kate Moss has determined every major festival fashion trend. In 2003, the supermodel lead the style stakes in a simple shift, scarf belt and fringed black boots.

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