Tag: music festival style

There’s just something about the style at Fun Fun Fun Fest that’s, well, fun.  This festival has become one of my favorites to photograph because it’s basically like an adult playground.  From the skate ramp to the taco cannon, the comedy, and of course the music, Fun Fun is less about what you’re wearing, and… Continued
Thank you so much to everyone who participated in my #StylishatACL GIVEAWAY courtesy of AT&T U-Verse GigaPower! It was truthfully very exciting and fun to do this type of interactive giveaway and see everyone's responses. I had so much fun this weekend and it was in big part thanks to y'all who follow and support this blog! Scroll down to the end of my recap and photos to find out if you are the WINNER of 2 tickets to the next weekend of ACL!... Continued
Unsurprisingly there was plenty of 1960s and 1970s style influences seen at Austin Psych Fest this past weekend. Bell bottoms, floppy hats, peasant tops, bell sleeves, and crochet dresses are all the norm at the psychedelic rock music festival.  This year though, I saw more attendees influenced by current trends such as metallic and batwing sunglasses, as well as wide brimmed straw hats.  But the main difference in the style this year at Psych Fest was that everyone was wearing a lot more color.  Last year was black, black on black, and black accessorized with black, whereas this year there was an abundance of floral print, denim, and even some multi-colored sequins. The best part about the street style at Austin Psych Fest?  I saw zero white people in Native American headdresses and only one floral headband, so ACL and Coachella can suck it. Continued
If there's one thing Austinites know how to dress for, it's music festivals.  In fact, while out of towners take time planning their "festival attire", Austinites have it easy because we maintain closets full of festival appropriate garb year round.  But if there's one music festival that might take more time getting dressed for, it's Austin Psych Fest.  While Psych Fest is certainly one of the chillest music festivals you will attend, it's also one of the most fashionable.  The music undoubtedly influences what attendees wear, and the style of the 60's and 70s plays a big role in helping produce a visual aesthetic that matches the psychedelic rock vibe of the festival. This year Austin Psych Fest was bigger than ever being held at Carson Creek Ranch which provided a beautiful backdrop for the laid back fest, and even allowed fest-goers to camp out in tents for the weekend.  Trends at Psych Fest this year included bell bottoms, round frame sunglasses, wide brim hats, and lace up boots.  Some Psych Fest-goers looked like they stepped right out of a 1969 photograph, while others kept things more modern by mixing in more current pieces to their look.  But if you chose to wear bright colors to the festival, you definitely stood out because black was the most popular color of the weekend. Continued