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Strictly star Laura Whitmore is at Glastonbury wearing a £17.99 dress

Yes, really… 

Leanne Bayley

Laura Whitmore is one excellent dresser - and it's no surprise she's currently at Glastonbury festival basking in the sunshine. The former Strictly Come Dancing star - who started her career in the limelight at MTV - has been photographed at the music festival looking amazing in her floral mini dress. At first glance, we thought she might be wearing a fancy designer number, but her frock is from New Look and it's priced at £17.99 - change for twenty quid?! You can't argue with that. 

The 34-year-old, who is dating Love Island's voiceover guy Iain Stirling, is at Glastonbury with friends. We assume Iain has had to miss out on all the fun - what with his summer job of bringing the lols to our favourite TV show every night. 

Laura teamed her bargain dress with even more New Look pieces - we know where she shopped for her festival wardrobe. Her 'dad trainers' are also from New Look and they cost £24.99. Instead of wearing a designer handbag, she opted for a £17.99 bumbag to keep all her festival essentials in. We hope there's some SPF in there, and maybe some glitter for after-hours.

SHOP: Dress, £17.99

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Her army jacket was also a New Look addition to her wardrobe. The camo-print design was the most expensive piece of her festival get-up and it cost £34.99. All in all, her Glasto outfit cost less than £100. 

SHOP: Laura's camo jacket, £34.99

The music fan posted on Instagram a photo of her outfit, writing: "Almost at Glastonbury, skipped the traffic and ready for a weekend of fun… and it's only Thursday! Wearing New Look clobber and the best bum bag EVER. The sun is shining and my hair is already festival chic." 

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One fan commented: "What I like about you is you wear clothes that are reachable and affordable for us." We concur!

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