When you are looking for inspiration look no further than professional Glastonbury goers Alexa Chung, Kate Moss and Sienna Miller, experts in stylish – and practical. You can forget glitter and uncomfortable clothes, these fashion icons know exactly how to survive one of the best-known festivals while looking their best.
Take Alexa Chung - This seasoned festival goer is able to bring high shine to muddy fields with a pair of vinyl trousers, teamed with Hunter boots and a Barbour jacket. Alternatively, Alexa has been known to pair eveningwear alongside festival staples. Teaming dresses with the classic wellington boots she has taken festival fashion to new levels in the past.
Party veteran Kate Moss is what most of us would call the fashion festival goddess. Kate has shown us that you pack the firm favourites that you know are going to be comfortable whilst still leading the fashion pack.
Glastonbury is about effortless chic with a relaxed twist - keep your base layer simple and let a patterned shirt or jacket do the talking.
We all know that festivals are not umbrella friendly especially in large crowds; Sienna Miller displayed the perfect example of combatting this problem back in 2013, whilst wearing a large brim hat. This statement accessory is the perfect piece when the British weather takes an unexpected turn, whilst keeping those bohemian locks dry, teamed with a playful patterned dress or playsuit. A classic look when the unpredictable (and typical) British weather is set to be less than promising.
So whether you're attending Glastonbury this weekend and still doing some careful planning of your wardrobe for all seasons, or enjoying the live sets in the comfort of your own home we will all be ready to gush over this year's fashionable choice for the UK's long loved and unforgettable festival.
Kelly is Create & Develop Resourcing's Candidate Manager. Kelly has an impressive background - an accomplished Area / Training Manager within Fashion and Beauty retail, Kelly also has previous success in Fashion Recruitment. Kelly brings extensive People Management, HR and Resourcing knowledge to the team in her role as Create & Develop's main point of contact for our candidates.