Glastonbury is drawing to a close, as thousands of attendees have camped out at Worthy Farm for three days of music at the biggest festival in the world.
On Sunday 25 June, Sir Elton John will round out this year’s edition with a special headlining set that marks his first time at Glastonbury – as well as his final UK tour performance ever, Festival-goers will be watching the Pyramid Stage keenly, as John is expected to bring out four special guest collaborators.
Other big-ticket acts included Arctic Monkeys, Guns N’Roses, Royal Blood, Kelis, and a surprise Foo Fighters set that wasn’t nearly as surprising, in the end.
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The event is also known for attracting some of the most edgy and chic sartorial looks that informed fashion festivals all around the world. Famously, celebrities including Kate Moss, Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller have sparked trends while attending the major events.
Although the fashion festival has changed drastically over the years, this year’s Glastonbury can still expect to see some head-turning outfits, as revellers trot out their hardest gear amid the sun and rain forecasts for the next few days.
Here are our favorite looks at the festival so far:
Ready, set, match
Matching group outfits is a great way to make a statement as well as keep an eye on the members of your squad at all times. Lost Jessica? Just look for the girl vibing in the Healing Fields in the same outfit as you.
Sporty Spice Mel C wearing an “Alexa, Play Spice Girls” t-shirt during her set on Thursday (23 June).
Are flower crowns a little 2010? Perhaps, but they’re classic festival-wear for a reason. This version is bright and vibrant, and most importantly, BIG. We love a good flower crown.
Kilt calm and carry on
Singer-songwriter Maisie Peters wearing a Chopva Lowena tartan skirt on the Pyramid Stage.
Inflatable wings are certainly an unusual choice, but look perfectly in the right place at Glastonbury. We just hope he looks where he’s going, or someone’s going to get a face full of wings.
We can’t tell if this guy is trying to blend in with the foliage behind him, but he’s doing a pretty good job of it. 10/10 camouflage skills.
Dress for the weather you want
This huge wide-brimmed feather hat screams “sunshine” and will be sure to keep the excellent weather going in Somerset – even when the sun slips behind a cloud.
Don’t feel like smiling? Let your head do it for you.
Suited and booted
These lads look like they know how to have a good time. Is the one in pink their leader?
All that glitters
Could you get any more extra with festival wear? The commitment to wearing every single festival-appropriate item is one to be admired.
A sure fire way to jazz up your Glastonbury outfit is to carry the brightest, juttiest umbrella you can find, just like these folks.
This is probably the most chic way we’ve ever seen a kimono-style dressing gown being worn outdoors, in public.
An impressive effort to make a model and wear it on your head for an entire head. We hope he gets himself a good spot for Elton.
Who said that pipe cleaners couldn’t be a fashion accessory? A DIY effort to be marveled at.
Pretty in pink
A matching moment straight out of Mean Girlsthis ensemble look is both a tribute to Y2K fashion and the legacy of The Plastics.
“This is not a show, this is a party,” Kelis announced, wearing an outfit that absolutely set the agenda. Nothing screams “summer party” like a sparkly, yellow two-piece. Read Kate Hutchinson’s four-star review of Kelis’s first headline Glastonbury show here.
All that glitters
Sophie Ellis-Bextor sparkled on-stage in a gold, sequin-covered bodysuit, as she delivered a full set of disco bangers.