Glastonbury style round-up

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  • Who led the fashion pack at this year's Glastonbury?

    If there was one thing that any budding fashionistas needed at this year’s Glastonbury festival then it was a pair of Wellington boots.

    Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, Kelly Osbourne and Pixie Geldof all donned pairs of the practical footwear, to brave the Glasto mud, which may not have been as severe as previous years, but still proved a challenge to the fashion-conscious wardrobe.


    As the festival’s reigning style Queen, Moss all but invented festival chic, when she donned those famous hot pants and waistcoat to roam the fields. This year, and her signature look was back, although this time the shorts were khaki and the waist coat heavily embroidered in an ethnic style.

    Rising style star, Chung also opted for the ethnic look, scoring a fashion hit with a sweet embroidered white dress, teamed with a fitted leather jacket and oversized sunglasses.

    After boasting on stage that she had been attending the festival for 20 years, you would expect singer Lily Allen to have Glasto chic down to a tee. However, the singer preferred the dressed down look, sporting leggings and oversized chunky knits throughout the three-day event.

    Beyoncé Knowles defied expectations that she would join husband Jay-Z on stage, and instead stuck to the sidelines, where she watched in skinny jeans, an long khaki parka and sunglasses. She added a touch of Hollywood glamour by being one of the few attendants to don high heels; we are guessing there was no need for the singer to trawl through mud for the A-list then!

    On stage, and Duffy matched her retro music style to her outfit, with a red and white stripe vest and high-waisted red shorts.

    Bringing drama to Glastonbury’s midst, Amy Winehouse shocked attendees when she lashed out at a fan in the front row. The singer’s behaviour may have left a lot to be desired, but her style saw a marked improvement. She wore a blue sequin mini dress, belted at the waist, and was an advert for the benefits of a good fake tan, looking better than ever with a healthy bronze glow.

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