Newsflash: All of the Coolest People at Glasto 2016 Dressed Normally

Another year, another stellar Glastonbury. While we love the festival for its music, much like any other big event on the calendar it's also a place for some supreme A-list fashion spotting. But this year there were no flower crowns, no impractically long maxi dresses dragging in the mud, or any other silly kind of attire. Instead, celebs were opting for a much more practical approach to their festival-wear. From Poppy Delevingne in a denim miniskirt and hoodie to Rita Ora wearing a cagoule, this was truly the year that the A-list did festival normcore. 

Click through our gallery below to see all the best dressed A-listers at Glastonbury and where to shop some of the key looks.

Poppy Delevingne:

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A shearling jacket, a hoodie, tea dress and hiking boots? Why, we were wearing this at the weekend too. 

On Poppy Delevingne: Coach Moto Hiker Boots (£375).

Mary Charteris and Rita Ora

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While Ora might be going for the more adventurous approach with the fishnet tights, she's still wearing a rather sensible waterproof over the top (we're calling it the Balenciaga effect). As for Mary Charteris, the leather jacket, denim skinnies and wellies are classic festival attire. 

Laura Whitmore:

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Laura Whitmore opts for denim cuts-offs, a silk shirt, bare legs and wellies. But we've really got our eyes on that incredible leopard-print handbag. 

On Laura Whitmore: Hill & Friends Happy Mini Bag (£765).

Alexa Chung:

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Alexa Chung is undoubtedly the queen of festival dressing. Once again she wins with this look that includes a classic Barbour, The Smiths T-shirt, PVC trousers, and Hunter wellies.

On Alexa Chung: Barbour Classic Beadnell Wax Jacket (£199).

Edie Campbell:

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Another perfectly sensible outfit, this time from Edie Campbell. Shearling jacket, T-shirt, black trousers and a bag that leaves your hands free to hold onto your drink. 

Zara Martin:

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A dress that covers you up but also gives you room to breathe should the weather get a bit warmer? Once again, Zara Martin, like the other A-listers at Glastonbury, has opted for a casual and utterly practical ensemble—10/10.

On Zara Martin: Parka London Lara Parka Coat (£99).

Lottie Moss:

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While Kate Moss's younger sister opts for the tried-and-tested festival attire of shorts and a top, the pretty white blouse gives it an edge. 

Daisy Lowe:

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A catsuit doesn't always have to be bold and patterned; in fact, it can be much more wearable as proven by Daisy Lowe's black version here. Simply pop a bomber jacket over the top. 

Poppy Delevingne:

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Another brilliantly normal outfit from Poppy Delevinge at this year's Glastonbury. A bomber, a sweatshirt, skinny jeans and wellies is our new go-to festival look. 

Suki Waterhouse:

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Suki Waterhouse knows a good bargain when she sees one, which is why she's chosen a playsuit from Urban Outfitters for her festival get-up. Pretty yet practical (as in, not dragging in the mud).

On Suki Waterhouse: Urban Outfitters Kimchi Blue Ruffle Hem Fit and Flare Black Floral Playsuit (£42).

Leomie Anderson:

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If you weren't wearing wellies, then it was Converse high tops all the way. Take a tip from Leomie Anderson's festival fashion book by wearing yours with turned up jeans. 

On Leomie Anderson: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Classic (£50).

Poppy Delevingne:

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The denim miniskirt is back everywhere, so it's no surprise to see Poppy Delevingne in one too. The model paired hers with a denim shirt, grey hoodie and a classic black leather jacket. 

Portia Freeman:

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Just because an outfit is ideal for the weather situation doesn't mean it can't follow fashion. Portia Freeman's pleated dress is totally now and it's also high street. 

On Portia Freeman: River Island Black Pleated Dress (£26).

Mary Charteris:

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Black skinny jeans, a black vest top, and a spot of rainbow fringing embraces the festival trend without going too far (flower crowns, we're looking at you). 

Alexa Chung:

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Stop right there and just admire the fact that Alexa Chung is wearing a Fonzie T-shirt. Accompanied by a black hoodie, denim shorts, and a bomber, this might just be the most normal festival outfit of the lot. 

On Alexa Chung: Hunter Women's Original Pulltab Lightweight Chelsea Boots (£110).

In need of more festival inspiration? Check out the Kate Moss guide to music festival dressing.