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BEST DRESSED: GLASTONBURY 2014

The weather was often quite awful and 68-year-old Dolly Parton managed to steal the show but what did we find about festival fashion at this year’s Glastonbury? Read on to discover our best dressed celebrities from the past five days at Worthy Farm.


Alexa Chung

In the absence of Kate Moss, Alexa (left) easily filled in as the resident Glasto style icon. Turning a classic smart black blazer with a roll neck blouse into muddy chic isn’t as effortlessly easy as the statuesque model-come-presenter-come-author makes it look.

Florence Welch

Nothing screams Glastonbury attire like leather, sunglasses and tassels. Look no further than the queen of dramatic dressing, Florence & the Machine’s lead singer (right) to work just that. Practical with a bohemian, vintage edge; it’s the perfect way to battle the elements.



Mary Charteris

A good pair of skinny jeans are a wet weekend must-have and a high-waisted style make the perfect base for any outfit. The aristocratic model (left) gave her look some attitude with a stand out open knit jumper and tough lace up boots.

Jerry Hall

Maintaining a strong style aesthetic no matter what the weather throws at you will always create a winning look. So do as 57-year-old Jerry Hall (pictured right with her band mate) does and team a Texan-inspired shirt and cowboy boots with a figure hugging pencil skirt for a festival-ready look that doesn’t sacrifice on style.

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