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Monday 30 May 2016

Poppy Delevingne on boots and bikinis  

Published 26/04/2014

Poppy Delevingne
Poppy Delevingne

Poppy Delevingne says you just need to pack good basics for a stylish festival look.

The British fashionista, who's the big sister of model-of-the-moment Cara, recently celebrated her fourth bachelorette party at this year's Coachella festival.

Rounding up her closest friends, including Cara, Sienna Miller and Jaime Winstone, the group headed to the Californian desert for some musical fun. Fiancé James Cook even made an appearance.

Poppy advises that you just need to pack the basics when partying at a festival.

"A good bikini, great biker boots and proper sandals. And headpieces - I'm always into a great headpiece - and shades. You don't need much else.

"Cara definitely brought an insane amount of clothes, which is great!" Poppy added to British magazine Grazia.

Clothing brand Superdry sponsored Poppy's Coachella do, so it's no surprise the stylish Brit's top festival picks were made up of the label's attire.

For an easy and casual cover up, Poppy chose a chunky cardigan. "I love my cardie - I can throw it on over anything," she enthused.

For the ultimate in biker chic, 27-year-old Poppy's tassel leather jacket is one of her all time must haves. "I love this jacket. I had my nickname, Pop Dog, put on the back."

When it comes to plans for her actual wedding, Poppy's leaving the festival look behind. Instead, she's opting for a nod to the glamour of bygone eras.

"A lot of it is channelling the '60s and '40s: we're going back in time," she revealed.

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