Yesterdays Glastonbury line-up brought us many musical greats. But as well as the brilliant music, it brought us some acts well known for their fashion sense, on and off the stage.
Among those playing on the John Peel Stage on Friday were VV Brown and Little Boots. VV Brown wore a colourful mini dress with harlequin print on the sleeves whilst Little Boots opted for a purple sequinned dress.
Later on in the night, The Ting Tings, who have enjoyed success with their album “We Started Nothing”, played on the Other Stage.
The two main acts from Friday who caught most peoples eye were Lily Allen and Lady Gaga.
Lily Allen has come a long way from the prom dress and trainers look she used to rock when she released her first album. She’s now evolved into a major fashionista with a great personal sense of style.
Lily wore a jumpsuit with a revealing neckline and purple wig and finished the look off with glittery purple eye make-up. Sounds potentially horrendous but actually completely worked while she was performing.
Lily couldn’t escape a “wardrobe malfunction” though, as the tit tape she was using fell off. But mishap aside, the jumpsuit held up.
Lily also wore a white glove, in tribute to Michael Jackson, who sadly passed away the day before.
If you wanted to get a slightly similar look, there is a black jumpsuit available on asos.com, which has a plunging neckline.
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The other artist performing on the main stage Friday was Lady Gaga, who always demands attention with her outfits!
She took to the stage in a futuristic and very short silver dress.
Gaga’s notorious for her figure hugging and bum skimming outfits, and a dress like this is something that only she could pull off. This is after all, an outfit worn on stage and will obviously be more theatrical.
Keep checking Wardrobe Mag for more Glastonbury fashion highlights from the likes of Natasha Khan, Karen O and Florence of Florence and the Machine fame.
What do you think of the outfits worn so far?
Lady Gaga picture courtesy of AP Images
Other images taken from BBC online