Shania Twain's knee high boots, skinny jeans and baseball cap at Glastonbury were the epitome of cool styling

The Queen of Country brought some southern charm to Glastonbury

Shania Twain at Glastonbury 2024
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Shania Twain kept it casual at Glastonbury this year, pairing a chic pair of country-style knee high boots with some form-fitting skinny jeans - and we love the laid-lack look. 

Whether or not you're attending the actual festival, Glastonbury is always a highlight of the summer season. As well as some brilliant music, the UK festival always brings us some brilliant style inspiration, with celebs both on stage and off giving us all some ideas of what to include in our summer capsule wardrobes

Aside from Jo Whiley's stunning yellow maxi dress and her day two outfit of a unique, statement making mini dress, many of this year's a-listers opted to keep it casual for the five-day event, including Sienna Miller who stepped out in an unexpected baggy trousers and ankle wellies combo.

Even Shania Twain, whose on-stage outfits are almost as impressive as her booming, unwavering singing voice, leaned into the laid-back look. The singer, who performs on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage at 3.45pm on Sunday, paired some casual skinny jeans with a pair of Fairfax & Favor deep brown knee high boots and a checked baseball cap - all very practical choices with the weekend's spotty weather forecast. 

Shania Twain at Glastonbury 2024

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The look cements the fact that skinny jeans are back, whether they're styled with casual shoes like the best white trainers or dressed up with a pair of classic designer heels.

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Shania has made a good case styling heeled boots with jeans, with her riding boots being a striking addition to the causal outfit and adding an elevated elegance to the simple look with their rich, chocolate brown hue and shining leather. 

They may also have hidden a subtle hint as to what we can expect from her Glastonbury performance. Speaking to BBC Breakfast earlier this week about her set, Shania revealed, "I love horses. I love all animals. I’m going to go see if there’s a horse around I can borrow – maybe I could go riding, that would be awesome.

"I could bring a horse to the stage. I don’t even know if I’m allowed to do that. I’d have to find out – if it’s allowed, I’ll do it."

Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse
Freelance news writer

Charlie Elizabeth Culverhouse is royal news and entertainment writer. She began her freelance journalism career after graduating from Nottingham Trent University with an MA in Magazine Journalism, receiving an NCTJ diploma, and earning a First Class BA (Hons) in Journalism at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute. She has also worked with Good To, BBC Good Food and The Independent.