Need proof? The event consistently draws the front-row set like Alexa Chung, Kate Moss, and Sienna Miller, all of whom turn up in cool outfits that take the elements into consideration too (the festival’s notorious for rainy days and muddy fields). Click through our slideshow to see this year’s must-copy outfits and shop our Glastonbury essentials too.
The Glastonbury veteran’s uniform--slouchy tee, skinnies, and knee-high boots--receives the festival treatment with a short kimono robe and layered necklaces.
The Florence + the Machine singer drapes a statement-making fringed cape over a cream blouse and skinny jeans.
The actress livens up muted separates with a boho-inspired, printed blazer, topping off her look with H&M’s wide-brim fedora.
Model pals Delevingne and Waterhouse display their print mastery. While Delevingne sticks to tomboy essentials, like a Y-3 bomber jacket tied around her waist and Timberland boots, she adds a colorful touch via Le Specs’ mirrored sunglasses. Waterhouse wears Kate Spade New York’s Franny Coat ($350) over Wildfox Couture’s 90s Smile Sweater in Happy Face ($209) and embellished purple trousers.
Jolie Crown ($75) in Blue
Relaxed Parka ($408) in Khaki
Piper Hat ($56) in Teal
Large Metal Flash Lense Aviators ($159) in Matte Gold & Crystal Green Mirror
Paisley Square Scarf ($25) in Navy
Quilted Folk Print Jacket ($94) in Multi
The Shooter Bag ($425) in Black/White
Dunk Sky Hi Print Shoes ($120) in Armory Navy
Embroidered Silky Fringe Jacket ($79) in Neutral Multi
Natural Stone Pendant Necklace ($18) in Turquoise
Mercer T-Shirt ($280) in Argentique
Denim Overalls ($118) in Loved
Stacey Printed Blouse ($150) in Black and Cream
Moto Boots ($595) in Black
Floral Embossed Belt ($30) in Brown