V Festival was a hit this month in Hylands Park, Chelmsford, and we've checked out the fashion:

Beyonce V festival

Beyonce performing at V Festival, august 2013. Image c/o telegraph.co.uk

For the 18th edition of the British festival, there were plenty of pleasant surprises – for both the guests and the performers. Beyonce already let go of her short do, in favor of a blond bob that was suppose to replace her former mane on stage. To distract from her hair, she changed seven outfits during her performance on the first night of the festival, including a purple, glittery leotard, the above pictured gold and black ensemble, a similar one in white, with pearls and fringes, a black bodysuit with sheer sleeves, a weird green dress and a surprising pants and V-neck combo. And here we were, thinking the woman doesn't even own pants.

Rita Ora V Festival

Rita Ora on stage at the V Festival 2013. Image c/o contactmusic.com

Cara Delevigne V festival

Cara Delevingne at the V Festival 2013. Image c/o marieclaire.co.uk

Model Cara Delevingne – who recently showed the world that she can also sing – was there to support her bestie, Rita Ora. While the singer opted for a Jonathan Saunders striped top and skirt with Sophia Webster boots, Cara was all casual and festival-y in floral pants, a biker jacket, backwards cap and Clubmaster sunglasses. Ora also tried a Katie Eary look for backstage, which has basically a red, animal print track suit, paired with heels. Mollie King of The Saturdays, on the other hand, looked sexy, but on the cheap side, in a denim jumpsuit and heeled booties.

Mollie King V Festival

Mollie King at V festival 2013. Image c/o marieclaire.co.uk


Paloma Faith at the V Festival 2013. Image c/o Getty

Our favorite appearance of the whole festival must have been Paloma Faith. The singer rocked a Dolce&Gabbana dress in gold and red, looking like a true vintage diva.