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The Good, The Bad And The Wellies: Glastonbury Edition

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According to legend, Glastonbury was the site of the mythical Isle of Avalon*. According to me, everything looks better with a pair of Wellies (apparently peeps at the Glastonbury Music Festival were sporting the Hunters in support of a charity called "Water Aid.") But since the music festival does not qualify as a red-carpet -style event, I, the guest blogger who Came to Dinner, don't feel that the boldfaces should be held to R.C. standards, and as such am merely presenting you with a gallery of uncategorized Glastonbury images. Kate Moss, Kelly Osborne, Daisy Lowe, and more, post-jump! (*For all my Marion Zimmer Bradley girls.)

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Kate Moss is so in her element here. She's all, 'just try and rock a pair of wellies like this, Agy. I dare you.'

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I am not personally a fan of the retro-Mickey tee. But apparently Kelly Osborne and her beef Luke Howell feel differently.

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Not so much digging K.D. Tunstull's tribute tee, but am digging the skanking a lot.

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Self described "dirty fairy", it-girl and sorta-Gwen-Stefani-step-daughter Daisy Lowe, looking clean, but wearing vinyl pants.

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Lily Cole chooses love, asinine tee.

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Alexa Chung's high-waisted cutoffs scream 'fashionista at a rock show chic.'

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Beth Ditto's cute red iteration.

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Some would say it's fortunate for Linzi Stoppard that I'm not handing out "bad"'s today.>

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Can't tell if Gabriella Cilmi is wearing a German WWII army helmet.

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Good intentions by the wayside. Pixie Geldof's getup, wig look absurd.

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Let's say, hypothetically, we were doing an "ugly" category. And let's pretend Har Mar Superstar happened to slip into it.

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Daisy Lowe's got the right idea with those pants. It's Glasto, it's muddy, but to clean up all you gotta do is turn the garden hose on those. Good work, girl. And yes, Lily Cole's shirt is kinda lame, but I give her a pass just this once because she's usually looks so Pre-Raphaelite. I love Beth Ditto's boots. Pixie Geldof looks ridiculous. And Har Mar always looks like that, but damn is he one funny mofo.