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Celebrity festival fashion inspiration from Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and many more

A great festival wardrobe is fun, whimsical and in every way captures that carefree spirit of being out in an open field, drinking beer and listening to great music. Unfortunately, it's also light enough to carry up a steep hill, versatile-enough to go with a single pair of wellies and cheap enough to potentially be ruined by the end of the trip.

Packing for festivals is a tricky business.

To help you along the way, we've selected the all time best celebrity festival outfits that are practical - think light jackets over printed t-shirts and denim shorts - without sacrificing that cool festival fashion spirit.

(Images: Rex Features, Getty)

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