Festival Take Over: Glastonbury Style Spotting Part 1 - The Trendsetters
Chantelle Mallin Fashion blogger
21st Jul 2014
Sob! Glastonbury Festival is officially over for another year for the Oxfam festival team! As usual the style stakes over the weekend were high, with fashionable punters pulling out all the stops, even in some pretty extreme weather conditions - we endured a fair share of rain and shine!
Festivals are a great source of street style inspiration and of course the Glasto lot didn't disappoint, the Oxfam fashion team spent the weekend scouring the festival, snapping (and admiring) the best dressed. The team was in awe with the exciting and unique outfits exhibited, we loved the eccentric style vibe you find at a festival, where people feel fully free to express their individuality and uber stylish dress sense!
The fashionistas were out in force for Glasto 2014, with a ton of festival goers rocking some of the season's hottest trends, from clashing prints to girly florals, many of our 'style spotted' festival goers had plucked their awesome outfits from unique vintage stores or charity shops - including Oxfam!
Here are just a handful of the super trendy Glasto goers, we took snaps of over the weekend…
We had serious outfit envy with Hannah's eccentric pattern clash get up, featuring a mix of super on trend geometric prints. Her (amazing) leggings were bought last year whilst she was volunteering at the Clothes Show as part of the Oxfam team; the handmade jumper was knitted by Hannah's mum over 25 years ago - what a timeless piece!!
This stylish festival go-er was spotted browsing in the Oxfam boutique style Park shop, we love the subtle clash of her printed dress and waistcoat combo, completed with essential festival accessories - over sized sunglasses and wellies!
We spotted Sophie, a previous Oxfam Online intern, over in the Greenpeace field looking totally festival chic in a beautifully bright sunflower print dress from Motel and rainbow bum bag.
Our exclusive Oxfam inter-stage shop (located behind the Pyramid stage) was magnificently manned by our fabulous volunteer Jacky, with clientele including the likes of Alexa Chung, Nick Grimshaw and Edith Bowman the shop needed someone stylish at the helm, Jacky doesn't disappoint in this simply chic monochrome number, complete with contrasting white shades!*
These two fabulously sparkling friends brightened our walk between the Oxfam Park and Glade shops, they've nailed the girly Glastonbury look - both sporting mini dresses and some seriously cool face glitter!
Jules's boho-esque style caught our eye whilst she was browsing in the Oxfam Park shop, her outfit is a mix of Glastonbury finds, charity shop bargains and eBay wins. We love the colour block effect created by her yellow wellies and purple hippy pants!!
We spotted these two shy festival go-ers making their way up to the stone circle via our Oxfam Park shop; they've managed to nail the relaxed bohemian look with an eclectic mix of vintage and high street, their awesome headgear completes this hippy-esque vibe!
Holly, one of our lovely Park shop volunteers, couldn't wait to wear her new Oxfam purchase, a metallic floral crop bralet; she completed her look with a pair of festival essentials - cut off denim shorts.
Last but not least, we spotted the Oxfam festivals deputy manager Charles rocking his newly purchased Oxfam embroidered waistcoat, we think it really completes his Glastonbury look!
Get your best gear on and keep your eyes peeled for us style spotting next at: Womad
- Chantelle Mallin
*Photograph courtesy of Jacky Hall