Our summer may have packed its bags and gone but that won't stop the festival season soldiering on and it certainly won't stop our favourite celebrity flower from blossoming. Model and socialite, Daisy Lowe took time out of her hectic schedule strutting down Vivienne Westwood catwalks, posing for Agent Provocateur and gracing the covers of glossy magazines to slum it in the mud bath that was Latitude Festival 2011 last weekend. Among the star-studded line were up and coming artists such as The Vaccines and Lykke Li as well as old favourites, The Naked and Famous and Bombay Bicycle Club. Daisy hosted The Sunday Times Style tent - a new addition to the festival that brings a programme packed with all things fashion, music, literature and comedy related, sponsored by Range Rover. Ms. Lowe took to the turntable flaunting her underwear model bod in a long, black dress with a flirty, thigh-high split teamed with festival Holy Grail – wellington boots. In the cooler weather, Daisy's choice of black, opaque tights is a wise one but the vibrant, floral brooch ensures her LBD blooms and that she's no wallflower. The sleeveless design is simple yet sophisticated, with a subtle, sexy flash of flesh. Ankle-grazing dresses are practical, as well as stylish, making them a must-have essential in festival fashion this year but be careful not to trip and end up face first in a puddle – mud facials are for pre-festival prep only! Little black dresses create the perfect foundations for a fashion-savvy festival look and can be dressed up or down with as many or as little accessories as you choose. For a casual day time look, take a leaf out of Daisy's book and keep your accessories to a minimum with some oversized sunglasses and a scattering of mismatched rings. To transform from alley cat to glamour puss in an instant; throw on a leather jacket and a smudge of coral lippy and you're good to go. Your head maybe cloudy with the sheer variety of LBDs on offer, but Team LBD wouldn't leave you stuck in the mud - consult our suggestions below for a fierce festival look.