Worthy Farm saw lots of quirky sunglasses, big hats, cut-off denim, bright jumpsuits and bum bags, but if you weren't wearing black wellies, you weren't at Glasto

This weekend  thousands of revellers flocked to Glastonbury, where they pitched their tents in the fields and geared up with their gig-ready attires for Britain's most anticipated festival of the year.

Since gates opened at 8:00am on Wednesday attendants arrived in wellies, quirky sunglasses, big hats, flower crowns, cut-off denim and water-proof parkas. This year, however, we were not expecting Native American headdresses (which used to be quite popular among the crowd) after they were banned last year, nor the so controversial “rape” t-shirts banned at Coachella.

Native American headgear has been banned at Glastonbury

A bunch of the fashion back and celebrities were also seen landing the fields over the weekend - from Alexa Chung to Poppy Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Stella McCartney, Bradley Cooper and even footballer Rio Ferdinand - all looking cool, geared up in their wellies and festival-ready outfits. They ruled a trend of denim, and black-everything outfits with matching Hunter boots (forget the bright colours and metallics).

Bradley Cooper at Glastonbury.

Alexa Chung at Glastonbury

Suki Waterhouse and Stella McCartney

Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid in Glastonbury

We also spotted some hilarious jumpsuits and some pretty summer dresses - rather more colourful, glittery and patterned - in the crowd.



A festival-goer sports a feathered headdress at Glastonbury