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Name: Alana Madill Age: 28 Occupation: Wardrobe Stylist Spotted at: South Congress Wearing: vintage Christian Dior swimsuit, Habitual shorts, vintage jewelry, American Apparel bag   Joanna Wilkinson keep austin stylish… Continued
Name: Jenny Woys Age: 29 Occupation: wardrobe stylist Found at: Charm School Vintage Wearing: scarf worn as a turban from Feathers Vintage, purse from Zara, necklace from Charm School Vintage, sunglasses from Asos, srop top from Forever 21, skirt… Continued
Let's admit it, Fun Fun Fun Fest has become the quintessential Austin music festival.  Come on, what other festival gives you a cannon that shoots tacos into the crowd? Backstage I saw a man walking around with dollar bills stapled all over his body requesting people staple him.  The weird Austin vibe was definitely felt, and fun (times 3) was definitely had.  While I did enjoy the music, I was also having a blast walking around and "style watching" (a fashion blogger's version of people watching.) Music and style go together like chips and salsa, and with the variety of music that played at the festival came with it a variety of fashions turning Auditorium Shores into a microcosm of style.  Overall there was of course some throwback 70's inspired looks, an essential music festival style, but the 90's grunge era also had a big influence on several festival goers.  I enjoyed making my way from the Orange Stage, the biggest and most mainstream stage, towards the Black Stage and watching the fashions fade from t-shirts and shorts to black leather, studs, and patches. Check out the fashion fashion fashion from Fun Fun Fun Fest: Continued
This year Halloween fell on a Wednesday which not only meant I was pretty much hungover this entire week, but it also meant there were lots of extra opportunities to dress up. I actually sported a few different costumes, but Frida Kahlo was definitely my favorite (and a crowd pleaser too.) I spent most of my Halloween on the madness of dirty 6th St. where during Halloween you will see an odd mixture of girls in scantily clad outfits, babies in strollers, over the top costumes, and a few older people gazing at the whole spectacle.  This year Big Bird made a huge comeback thanks to Mitt Romney, and of course there were several boys dressed in blue blazers trying to do the Gangnam style dance. What were your favorite costumes this year? Check out my photos from the craziness... Continued