Ever since Glastonbury kicked off in the 1970s, the annual music festival has evolved to be just as much a fashion spectacle as it is a concert. Along with festivals like Coachella, Glastonbury truly hit its peak in the mid-to-late 2000s, when celebrities such as Kate Moss and Alexa Chung would show up in their best denim cut-off shorts and Wellington boots. Another stylish Glastonbury regular would be English actor Sienna Miller, who basically invented the term “boho-chic” at Glastonbury, when she was utterly devoted to her free-spirited dresses, studded belts, and cool cowboy boots.
This weekend, however, Miller returned to Glastonbury once again and gave festival dressing a more modern update. She was first spotted on Friday, with boyfriend Oli Green, wearing a long, red overcoat with striped trousers to match. Instead of Wellies, she wore sleek leather ankle boots by Dear Frances, and finished off the look with Mango sunglasses and a dainty Chanel necklace. Later in the day, she then changed into a brown Mango mini dress—with a laced-up back detail—complete with the same boots and shades.