It's very nearly the end of our favourite season: FESTIVAL SEASON! Don't fret though - we've still got Reading, Bestival and a few other festivities to go.
We've rounded up the best of the fest outfits from our top music loving celebs. Be inspired and enjoy the rest of the festivities before we pack up our flower garlands and Hunters for the winter. If you love these celebs' looks, steal their style right now!
Caroline Flack at V Festival
Love her or hate her, you have to award Caroline Flack some major fashion points here. Ahead of trend and sporting oh-so-chic military khaki green, Ms F looks like a total festival fashionista. Those platform wedges aren't so festi-friendly but look at those legs!
Make like C-Flack and invest in a statement military piece. Trust us, you'll be wearing it TO DEATH next season! Blouse and dress available now!
Tulisa at V Festival
Little T looked every inch the bad gyal last weekend at V in graffiti print high-waisted trousers and a cut polka-dot cropped top. We have major love for print-clashery so a big thumbs up for our favourite fashionista from the hood.
Check out our take on polka dot/graphic print clashing. We think our favourite N-Dubber would be proud of our print-pairing skills. Spotty blouse and floral trousers in stock now!
Pixie Lott at Cornbury
Pixie’s multi-coloured graphic print sheer number does the talking in this classic casual but cute blouse. She tops it all off with everyone’s fave festival staple; vintage denim Levi’s.
Copy Pixie's easy going blouse and shorts combo, DollsMaison style. High waisted denim Levi's, stunning mosaic print blouse and cute fitted multi-coloured blouse.
Dita Von Teese at Cochella
Trust our absolute number one vintage chick, Dita Von Teese, to steal the show at Cochella. In a waist-cinching printed playsuit, round sunglasses and platform heels, Deets literally looks like she's walked straight out of the 1950's.
Keep cool but covered like Dita in one of our beautiful jumpsuits. These lemon yellow and ditzy floral print rompers are up for grabs now.