Festivals have become a key part of your summer social calendar. Beyond the music, drinks and dancing, they are the perfect opportunity to push yourself out of your style rut and experimenting with the latest and wildest trends. Endless glitter, mermaid-scale sequins and luxe velvet are no longer reserved for A-list hotspots like Coachella and Glastonbury – we guarantee you’ll see them being sported at the likes of V Festival, Creamfields and Lovebox. 

Grab your glitter and stay ahead of the curve courtesy of Looker’s best dressed – you’ll soon be giving reigning queens of festival fashion Kate Moss and Alexa Chung a run for their money.  Whether you define your style as bohemian, punky, preppy or a  little bit of everything, our Lookers will have the inspo to suit both your style – without clashing with your plastic cup o’ Strongbow.

Sian DeCiantis Richardson
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Glitter, metallics and sequins are a match made in festival fashion heaven. Less is less when it comes to festi-cool style. If you don’t resemble a disco ball, you need to up your shimmer game. Steal Sian’s style by mixing and matching your colours and textures to break up the look and keep it fresh.

Shop Chelsea’s style on Looker


If you’re ever wondering what to wear to a festival while remaining low-key, this is it. Round sunnies and ankle boots are a must in any cool girl’s wardrobe, so if you pair them with a Réalisation Par-inspired dress like Chelsea – you’re onto a winner!

Shop Lucrece’s style on Looker


The British festival season infamously attracts rain, so do like Lucrece and opt for a zingy pop of red to brighten things up whilst you battle the elements. Amp up it by finishing off your look with a pair of box-fresh Stan Smith’s and a layered metallic cami.

Shop Lily’s style on Looker


Practicality can go out of the window – if you need to use the portaloo your mates can help you out with zips, straps and the like! Lily’s candy striped unitard and sequined jacket combo far too lust-worthy not to be inspired by. The glitter covered roots and facial gems ramp up the festi-feel!


Holly Thomas
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If you’re a fan of Florence Welch, Vanessa Hudgens or Sienna Miller circa 2003 – this effortless boho vibe is for you. Make like Holly and don a crochet bralet and matching maxi skirt, with just a hint of midriff on show to balance things out. Very Woodstock.

Shop Saphire’s style on Looker


When you think of festival style, head-to-toe pink might not immediately spring to mind…but it should. Sapphire’s triple threat of crushed velvet, pleated trousers and shimmering ankle booties add a quirky summery spin.

Shop Cindy’s style on Looker


You already know won’t be getting your recommended 8 hours of sleep – so, conceal those eye bags with a sprinkling (or more) of glitter. Take Cindy’s lead and pair your glitter with metallic lips and layer on the statement jewellery. 

Shop Iga’s style on Looker 


A playsuit and ankle boots are the Insta-it girl’s festival outfit of choice, seen on the likes of Kaia Gerber and Zoe Kravitz. Iga’s dreamy paisley print number adds a carefree hippie feel, while her choice of chunky necklace, rather than a 90’s choker, ups the glam factor.

Julia Day
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Julia’s colourful wrap dress is so SS17 thanks to the contrast of a vibrant hue paired with a dainty print. Wrap dresses first became popular in the 1970’s so give this classic Dianne Von Fursty (that’s what we call her)  style a millennial update with a pair of on trend kicks (Nike Cortez, Stan Smith’s or Adidas Gazelle’s – take your pick!). 

Whether you’re off to Bestival or Wilderness, show off your festi-cool style on the Looker app.


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