Alexa, Cara and Suki lead the best dressed stars at Glastonbury 2016

Glastonbury is over for another year and, as promised, the festival delivered bigger performances, better fashion statements and a whole lot more mud than ever before.

Glastonbury is over for another year and, as promised, the festival delivered bigger performances, better fashion statements and a whole lot more mud than ever before.

The UK’s most iconic festival always throws up an unexpected trend or two (remember 2014’s spray-on leotard craze?) but this year’s IT item was perhaps even more obscure than that, as Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Clara Paget and co. declared the neon orange, high vis jacket to be this festival season’s must have.


But the model clique didn’t just steal these from a local building site. No, no. Theirs were custom made and monogrammed by designer Anya Hindmarch, who first featured the coats in her highway-themed AW15 show at London Fashion Week. It’s a bright ‘n bold style choice, yes, but at least they couldn’t lose each other in the crowds.


Elsewhere, others like Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne took a more traditional approach to festival dressing, working colourful knits, Coach saddle bags and plenty of ripped denim between them.


On stage, the biggest trend was sparkle as Adele, Jess Glynn, Ellie Goulding and more opted for enormous sequins, embellishment blitzed capes and foil fabric suits.


The most-spotted accessory was as always, however, Hunter Original’s iconic wellies. The ultimate festival footwear brand outdid itself as Lottie Moss, Natalie Dormer and more tried desperately not to wallow in the mud.

See all the best looks from Glastonbury 2016 in the gallery above.

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