Get the Look: Glastonbury Style
BY LIZZIE, WOMENSWEAR EDITOR ON 4 JUL 2013 13:53 WOMEN'S FASHIONCOMMENTS
Over for another year, the crowds have now left Worthy Farm in Glastonbury after revelling along to the likes of The Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons and Artic Monkeys. Jealous – us? Well, we definitely are when it comes to certain celebrity festival style…
Never fret, you may not have been with them in person but, next festival on the calendar, you can certainly join the celebs in style and spirit as we show you how to ‘Get the Look’ of our favourite festival-perfect girls; Katherine Jenkins, Millie Mackintosh and Caroline Flack.
We love classic singer Katherine’s look because it’s girlie but, at the same time, is gorgeously apt for a festival. Get her look with the Crystal lunar floral blouse from Phase Eight and denim shorts from Quiz, accessorising with a brown plaited belt from Red Herring. And, if Chanel is a little out of your price range (à la Ms Jenkins’ cute little across body bag), we think the cream metallic cross body bag from Red Herring is a very worthy second choice. When it comes to footwear, all three girls stuck to tried and tested wellingtons – for Katherine we recommend a pair of Posh wellies, just the thing for a bit of glamping.
Said to no longer hold a place on the Made in Chelsea cast list, Millie’s current starring role is as beau Professor Green’s companion at every festival this summer. A seasoned pro, steal Millie’s made-in-festival-heaven style with a black sleeveless textured crop top from and a pair of short and sexy black shorts. Throw on a Mantaray parka and Redfoot wellies and you’re good to go – once you’ve found your Professor Green doppelganger, of course.
Ms Flack showcased her festival fashion X factor during Glastonbury, moving away from her usual sexy shorts combo and opting for a gorgeous colourful dress (just like the H! by Henry Holland candy pop floral dress), visible peeking out from underneath her trusty parka. Invest in a similar design by snapping up a Principles by Ben de Lisi parka, topping off the ensemble with a navy trilby, courtesy of Fred Perry. A pair of Spot on wellies and a metallic patterned across body bag from Butterfly by Matthew Williamson bag will complete the look.
Which celeb style did you prefer? Pop a comment below to tell us who stole your heart in the fashion stakes – we may just help you steal their style…