Rain or shine (but mostly just rain), these Brits are the masters of festival dressing regardless of weather conditions.


If you want to know how to dress for the rain, take your cue from the Glastonbury Festival in the UK. Nobody does rain better than the Brits with rain macs and Hunter boots covered in mud that still looked like something we’d want to wear. Now that it’s come to an end, we’ve put together some of our favourite looks, making you rethink the necessity of an umbrella and your disdain for the rain.


Alexa Chung


Alexa Chung sported a number of looks we loved at Glastonbury, but this one was definitely one of our favourites. Those vinyl pants along with her Hunter boots almost made us wish it could rain all the time.


Daisy Lowe


Daisy Lowe went for the varsity look with this cool Coach bomber and head-to-toe black outfit. Her blue saddle bag -also by Coach- was the perfect way to add a little brightness to those grey days.


Edie Campbell


We’re loving this shearling jacket by Coach on Edie Campbell paired with cropped black pants and the ever-trendy hiker boots.


Poppy Delevingne


Poppy Delevingne rocked the Canadian tuxedo with a denim top and skirt combo worn with an edgy leather jacket and a grey hoodie, a trend we may be starting to warm up to.


Stella McCartney


Stella McCartney can make anything look stylish. Case in point, she looked effortlessly cool at Glastonbury in a burnt orange raincoat and of course, Hunter boots, accessorized with a bag of her own design.


About The Author

Belinda Anidjar

Belinda is a writer with a BA in English Literature from Concordia University. She can be spotted reading in every public setting imaginable. Whether a 19th-century novel or a fashion magazine, she’s addicted to stories, fashion, and stories about fashion. Her eyes may rarely leave the page, but she can instantly be recognized by her tiny stature and bold lipstick.

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