The Best Dressed at Glastonbury 2024

The Best Dressed at Glastonbury 2024

So, Glasto has wrapped for another year. Although not particularly my cup of tea – how many times can one possibly see Coldplay without screaming for something different- it’s when and where music and fashion lovers alike descend upon Worthy Farm for five nights of musical “magic”.

Glastonbury, next to Coachella, is coined one of the most iconic festivals in the world, pulling in notable names, celebs and die-hard fans from around the globe. This year was all about  SZA, Charlie XCX, Dua Lipa, Cyndi Lauper, Shania Twain, Coldplay (with Micheal J Fox) and Avril Lagvine.

Everyone knows that no music festival is complete without a crowd of stylish ensembles, many planning their looks (right down to the right pair of wellies)

So, in the name of festival fashion, I check out the best-dressed guests and celebrities who attended this year’s Glastonbury…

Lila Moss

It’s all about the maxi thigh-split dress this year

Lila Moss dazzled Worthy Farm in the Eboni top and skirt set from Rat & Boa, flaunting bold black and white stripes that created a dynamic optical illusion. Paired with black biker boots and sleek sunglasses, Lila effortlessly combined edgy and elegant.

Florence Pugh

The floral crown was back

Florence Pugh’s look was pure boho charm. She wore a black-neck dress featuring cutouts and a daring thigh-high slit. Combat boots added an edgy contrast to the feminine frock, while a vibrant flower crown provided the free-spirited festival vibe.

Mel C & Chris Dingwall

Stylish couple Mel C and Chris Dingwall nailed the festival look. The former Spice Girl wore a beige co-ord boasting matching shorts, topped with a lightweight open shirt. Paired with grey sneakers, white framed sunglasses, a black crossbody bag and a crop top she embodied effortless chic. Meanwhile her model boyfriend opted for a classic black t-shirt and relaxed black pants, completing his look with maroon Adidas sneakers.

Maya Jama & Stormzy

Stormy nailed it with the bucket hat
Boob tubes & Heart sunnies

Maya Jama and Stormzy radiated coordinated style, seamlessly blending unique patterns with effortless cool. Maya sported a chic Dior jacket adorned with vintage city map prints, exuding urban sophistication, while Stormzy matched her energy in a bold, red V-logo outfit from Valentino, complete with a matching bucket hat.

Alexa Chung

Model Alexa Chung’s ensemble was a delightful mix of vintage charm and festival functionality. She wore a flowing yellow dress with delicate lace trim and matching cardi, layered under a long, rugged Barbour coat. Black boots and cool-girl sunglasses added a bit of her signature rock ‘n’ roll edge.

Sienna Miller

Sienna’s look was all about relaxed elegance. She wore a casual yet stylish checkered Barbour jacket paired with white jogger pants and short black wellies. Her oversized sunglasses and Missoma chubby hoops added a touch of glamour, making her ensemble perfect for laid-back festival chic.

Cara Delevingne & Anya Taylor-Joy

Cara in the tradition denim cut offs

Cara Delevingne and her friend Anya Taylor-Joy captured festival vibes with ease. Cara rocked a checked shirt tied at the waist, distressed denim shorts, and sturdy brown boots. While Anya opted for a cream-colored crop top and a flouncy white shorts, paired with tan boots.

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa was headlining Friday night, and for her big moment, she pulled out all the stops with her wardrobe, changing her look five times for her on-stage performance. Aside from this Versace slip dress, she wore other custom looks by Chrome Hearts, Loewe and Acne Studios, with Tiffany & Co jewellery.

And my winner….

Olivia Dean

The puffball returns

Olivia Dean, the gorgeous Neo Soul singer from North London, took to the Pyramid Stage on Friday afternoon and wore a puffball tartan mini skirt by Chopova Lowena with a T-shirt that had a very special meaning. The top featured a photograph of her grandmother on. “This song is for my granny, to the Windrush generation, for any immigrant, anyone’s who’s brave enough to move,” Dean said.