Glastonbury 2019: hot fashion trends revealed


Still fine tuning that Glastonbury 2019 wardrobe? Fashion search platform Lyst has listed key trends to look out for on celebrities and civilians; trends that are bound to filter down to other 2019 festivals in the UK.

The more daring among us will be rocking chainmail, with searches up 30 per cent on Lyst in the past 30 days. Chainmail tops and chainmail dresses are ideal for the super-skinny A-list – look for chainmail bags if you want to add a fashion flavour without baring your tushy.

Fringes are always popular at hippy dippy festivals and, again, a bag is a great way to incorporate the trend. Fringed waistcoats are also summer staples. Fringe was everywhere at this year’s Coachella Festival, from performers rocking it on stage to attendees wearing fringed detailed outfits, Lyst has seen this trend picking up in the UK now, with demand for fringe pieces going up by 146% YoY.

Now the sun has come out, ditch the wellies and slip into chunky sandals – ideal for dancing all night without sinking into the mud. The sporty sandals look in general has grown in popularity with searches for “chunky flat sandals” increasing 60% since the beginning of April on Lyst.


Another summer classic, tie-dye will be popular year on year, so invest in a maxi dress that can be rolled into a backpack. Searches for tie-dye have steadily been rising since the beginning of the year (+88 since January) and were up an additional 21% over the 14 days, with dresses and denim being some of the popular most popular items.

Finally, neon is massive in 2019 from festival to nightclubs so, again, worth an investment. The most commonly used search terms alongside neon for UK shoppers are “bikini”, “bodysuits” and “t-shirts”, with “pink neon” and “green neon” colors generating breakout searches so far. The most popular retailers right now are Missguided and ASOS.

A playsuit is ideal for taking you from day to night – add a denim jacket (or anorak) to adjust to the ever-changing weather.



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