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Charli XCX's school girl Glasto vibe

Published 29/06/2015

Charli XCX
Charli XCX

Charli XCX showed off hair-free legs at Glastonbury yesterday despite tweeting she wouldn't be shaving for the event.

The singer hit the stage at the legendary British festival yesterday wearing a sexy take on school uniform.

And there was no hair in sight as she pranced around in a tiny orange skirt, despite the singer tweeting: "omg Glastonbury tomorrow better shave my legs (or not) (sic)" shortly before her set.

The 22-year-old teamed her outfit with chunky black boots, stripped blazer and the classic white knee-high socks.

And she didn't let her skimpy skirt put her off dancing, even if it did mean suffering a slight wardrobe malfunction and giving a glimpse of her underwear to the crowds.

Luckily Charli has always been happy to embrace her fashion fails, recently admitting she never aimed to find her spot on the best-dressed list.

"I remember going to a school disco dressed all in purple - purple flares, purple halter-neck top, purple sandals - and then covering my eyes in purple eyeshadow and purple glitter, so I was all matchy-matchy," she recently laughed to British newspaper The Telegraph. "It was great. I was always more interested in the 'worst-dressed' pages and extreme rock'n'roll make-up rather than what was 'good' technically. I do what I feel."

Charli wasn't the only artist to show off her unique style at Glastonbury yesterday. FKA Twigs also hit the stage wearing a negligee-style dress and a silky robe with gold embellishment.

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