Alexa Chung has been named festival style queen.
The 30-year-old fashionista has been voted as having the top look festival goers want to emulate for the second year in a row, beating 'Factory Girl' star Sienna Miller' and supermodel Kate Moss into second and third place respectively.
According to a survey by VoucherCodes.co.uk, 63 per cent of Brits questioned admitted their look is influenced by their favourite celebrities, with Emma Watson and 'Made In Chelsea' star Millie Mackintosh also rating highly on the list of festival style.
And the poll found women spend a staggering average of £234 on their wardrobe for a three-day festival, with slogan T-shirts top of the must-have list, followed by quirky sunglasses and a novelty print dress.
Anita Naik, consumer editor at VoucherCodes.co.uk said: ''Festival season is getting bigger every year and with all eyes on celebrity festival fashion it's no wonder British women are feeling the pressure to look stylish. There are lots of expenses attached to attending a music festival, so saving money on your camping gear or your festival wardrobe means you'll have more to spend when you arrive.
''Retailers know that getting festival ready is a big priority come June so check online for codes that cover money off everything from parka jackets and printed tees through to sleeping bags and camping stoves.''
Top ten celebrity festival fashion icons:
1. Alexa Chung
2. Sienna Miller
3. Kate Moss
4. Emma Watson
5. Millie Mackintosh
6. Katy Perry
7. Cara Delevingne
8. Kelly Brook
9. Lily Donaldson
10. Kendall Jenner
Top festival trends:
1. Slogan T-shirt
2. Quirky/ embellished sunglasses
3. Novelty print dress
4. Midi dress
5. High top trainers
6. Tropical/ floral print shorts
7. Crop top
9. Parka jacket
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