Irish stars set the standard for festival fashion at this year’s Glastonbury Music Festival


The iconic Glastonbury Festival returned after a three-year-long hiatus, and among the 200,000 festival goers that hurried to it’s grand return, were a few Irish stars flying the flag for us.

Literally, Laura Whitmore incorporated the tri-colour into one of her outfits.

Everyone looked stunning, and certainly set the standard for festival style this summer.

Obviously, Laura proved a flag is always the best accessory, but she also donned some 70s inspired knitwear for the occasion. Wearing a granny square crochet crop top, with denim cutoffs. A perfectly relaxed but yet still exciting boho look.

But that was only one of Laura’s looks as she actually hosted an impromptu hen party at the festival, and of course looked fab.


Celebrating her hen-do, Laura wore a denim jumpsuit with decorative stitching, paired with tan cowboy boots, and a rainbow pride bobby hat, in honour of gay pride.

Both her looks drew heavily from 70’s fashion trends, proving that vintage will be all the rage for festivals this season.


Another Irish gal enjoying Glastonbury, was Brooke Scullion who played her first ever set at the festival.

An important milestone in her career, Brooke made sure to look amazing for her performance. Embracing 90’s prep grunge, the Derry girl donned a pink plaid skirt with matching arm warmers and wallet chains, a studded white bralette with leather straps, sheer pink fishnet tights, and a studded black leather belt for around her waist.

Opting for two French plaits with pink ribbons woven through, for her hairstyle.

Brooke has been compared to Dua Lipa, even affectionately being known as Derry Lipa and this outfit proves why, with Dua also being a big fan of bold coloured plaids.

Brooke’s preppy grunge style is the perfect way to embrace an edgier look while still having something fun and colourful enough for a festival.


Niall Horan also made an appearance at the iconic festival, joining Laura Whitmore’s hen party.

The Mullingar man kept it casual in a purple jersey, with matching purple trousers, sun glasses, and a hen-do sash.

Considering how intense festival life can be, Niall definitely chose well, opting for some comfy athleisure wear that will work in all conditions.

Proving that this summer, no one should be afraid to keep it casual.

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