Glastonbury offers a climate counterpoint to Coachella's notorious heat, meaning some sort of rainfall traditionally beleaguers the festival, so most people opt for a uniform of dark-hued clothes and Hunter Wellies ($145). Fortunately, the similarities ended there, as our spotlighted attendees distinguished themselves with unique accessories, like an orange headscarf for Pixie Geldof or a daisy-detailed headband for Lily Cole. The flame-haired model also put a spin on her look by turning her Katharine Hamnett Slogan Shirt ($80) inside out and adding a maroon armband.
The ultimate fashion individualist-Kate Moss-shined in both a metaphorical and literal sense. Dressed in a shimmery silver top and a slim cropped pair of Siwy's Hannah Jeans ($206) in Rain, Moss looked effortlessly rock n' roll and reinforced our opinion that she can wear no wrong. Other outfits we enjoyed include Geldof's lightweight cardigan/body-conscious short dress combo and Daisy Lowe's retro Jawstee paired with skin-tight shiny leggings. Lowe's style is easy to emulate, just grab a pair of Kova & T's Oxy Leggings ($129) and a Denim Washed Jaws t-shirt ($20).
Saving the best for last, we shall turn our attention to Alexa Chung-one of the best-dressed ladies at the festival. Chung nailed the playful-meets-edgy backstage look with her simple, but effective, outfit. She tucked Gap's striped Shoulder-Placket Sweater ($38) into a pair of vintage jean shorts and threw on a punky Belstaff jacket as outerwear. In sync with her pal Geldof's choice of over-the-knee black stockings, Chung opted for a similarly wooly pair and completed her outfit with a long strap saddlebag and Lacoste hat. We hope these looks will inspire you when dressing for Chicago's Lollapalooza, New Jersey's All Points West, or whichever music festival destination awaits you! -Jessica Amento
Photos of Daisy, Lily, and the festival fans, GettyImages.com. Photo of Kate Moss, Pacific Coast News. Photo of Pixie, Wireimage.