The Top 10 Festival Style Icons: Who Has Been Crowned The Queen Of Festival Fashion?

07 June 2013 by

Festival season is almost here, as the Isle of Wight festival kicks off next weekend. If you're heading down to the UK's first big festival of the summer than you only have seven days left to find a floral garland and customise some cut offs. According to a recent survey festival go-ers will fork out an average of £146.06 on a new wardrobe for a three day festival, which is £10 more than they would on average spend on a two-week summer holiday.

So how should you spend your £146.06? Well get a dose of fash-spiration from festival veteran A Listers. These lot aren't exactly cramped in tents, making trips to the portaloos and fighting for the last wet wipe, as they hide away in the VIP tent sipping on bubbles and getting their tans topped up. An A-List festival includes manicures, makeup artists and actual working straighteners. Sigh. These guys get to bring along suitcases stuffed with outfit changes, so they provide us with plenty of festival fashion inspiration.

But who is the ultimate festival style icon to try and copy? Could it be Glasto gal Kate Moss for her gold jumpers, studded belts, micro shorts and Hunters? Or perhaps you're still crushing on Sienna Miller's festival look from 2004 of Westwood pirate boots, boho frocks and neon shades? Emma Watson and Kristen Stewart opt for casual festival-wear, sticking to denim cut-offs and white tees, while Vanessa Hudgens is the most festival-y of all the festival stars wearing layers of tie dye, vintage rocker tees and flowers in her hair.

A recent survey carried out by VoucherCodes.co.uk on British girls aged 18-35, crowned your top ten (well eleven as the number three slot was a tie) festival style icons. To find out who came where and who was crowned the ultimate festival fashion icon, take a look through the gallery above...


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