As seen at... The Glastonbury music festival

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What is the best dressed festival goer wearing this season? Last weekend at Glastonbury, it was anything waterproof they could lay their hands on, as Jessica Stein discovered

LOTTIE STOREY, 20, STUDENT

Lottie wears a pink mohair jumper she bought at Glastonbury for pounds 3.

Pinstripe trousers that belong to her boyfriend.

Tortoiseshell sunglasses she bought at Glastonbury for pounds 5.

An old pair of wellies that she sprayed with glitter and stuck Popeye stickers on.

An umbrella from John Lewis, about pounds 15.

What she brought with her for the weekend: chocolate biscuits.

Wardrobe tip for Glastonbury: "Bring an umbrella."

MARIE, 27, FILM-MAKER

Marie wears black leather flares pounds 30, jacket pounds 20, top pounds 10, hat pounds 15 - all from a second-hand shop somewhere.

Black wellies, pounds 5, from a village on the way to Glastonbury.

What she brought with her: lipstick.

Wardrobe tip: "Wear your trousers outside your Wellingtons and go for flares as they act like waders."

JOHN, 28, MUSICIAN, FLUKE

John wears green waders, pounds 20, and wellingtons, pounds 5, from a little shop in Shepton Mallet, near Glastonbury.

What he brought with him: loads of money for lager.

Wardrobe tip: "Get into the farmer spirit."

KAREN SIMMONS, 29, MARKETING MANAGER

Karen wears sailing jacket, pounds 140, by Helly Hansen, hat by Rap, pounds 20, Born Free bag pounds 15, all from Laroche in Camden, London.

Waterproof Berghaus trousers, pounds 40, from Lillywhites, London.

Caterpillar boots, pounds 70 approx.

What she brought with her: A disposable camera and loads of toilet paper.

Wardrobe tip: "Don't get your face painted, especially with mud. Don't go to sleep."

DAVID WILES, 31, INTERIOR DESIGNER

David wears yellow waterproof suit, pounds 20, from an Army & Navy Store in Kensington, London.

Wellies, pounds 5, from Shepton Mallet.

Sweater, a present from a friend.

What he brought with him: a collapsible stick.

Wardrobe tip: "Wear bright colours, because in theory, the people you are with shouldn't have too much trouble finding you."

ROGER MORTON, 35, WRITER

Roger wears black leather trousers, pounds 150, from "some dodgy shop" in Oxford Street, London.

Black Caterpillar boots, pounds 70 approx.

Black sweater from Blazer, pounds 50 approx.

Beige corduroy jean jacket, a present from a friend.

Black waterproof Reef jacket, another present.

Black hat, pounds 5, from a fete at Morton In The Marsh.

What he brought with him: a goat to clear the way.

Wardrobe tip: "Forget clothes, get naked and frolic in the mud."

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