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The Kate Moss Guide to Music Festival Dressing

Festival fashion has become a tour de force in recent seasons. Breezy dresses and lace-up sandals are purchased, outfits are planned, and Instagrams are posted. However, if you’re feeling a bit fatigued by the whole process, or need a new source of inspiration, might we suggest turning to the subject of today’s post, Kate Moss? Not only does the supermodel know a thing or two about the intersection between style and music, she also happens to have a handful of standout looks ready for you to peruse below.  We dug through the Glastonbury Festival archives to come up with a roundup of her best outfits, and we threw in a bit of shopping to get you festival-ready.

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When in doubt, wear a badass aviator jacket.

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A glittery, belted minidress with Wellies—so Kate.

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A quick fix for updating your cotton dress is cinching a printed scarf around your hips.

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You can put that Victorian-inspired blouse you bought for spring to use!

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Those may be the shortest of shorts that ever were.

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Look at that white band jacket peeking out!

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It doesn't get much more effortless than letting your knee-high stiletto boots get muddy.

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Dress up your basics with an embroidered vest.

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A military jacket and cowboy boots is a surprisingly organic duo.

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If you're going to a music festival, why not go all-out with a sequin blazer?

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We could boogie down in a vest like this.

This versatile jacket is great for unpredictable weather.

These will look great with everything from Wellies to sneakers.

The Wellington boot has received a glossy new makeover.

This is just the kind of evening piece Mossy would wear to Glasto.

Even her own collection comes with the scarf attached as-is!

This embroidered vest could be worn as a top by itself.

A white top like this will work from festival to holiday.

What's your go-to festival style? Let us know in the comments box below…

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