LouFest might be a haven for music lovers, but it's also a chance for fashionistas to strut their stuff. At this year's festival, we're finding that high socks, crazy hats, tattoos and flowers everywhere are particularly de rigueur. Heck, sometimes those fancy headbands and bracelets we're seeing even pull double-duty, stowing away... uh... paraphernalia for adult fun.
So put down that issue of Vogue -- here's what the cool cats of LouFest say is high style:
It seems that bunch of LouFest folks are fans of Bruce Springsteen -- or his fashion, anyway. Check out these unique tributes to the Boss' do-rag ways.
Rain or shine, concertgoers know to protect themselves from the elements with hats of all types -- floppies, cabbies, baseball caps, whatever. We'll forgive them for ignoring our chapeau advice in this article, but just this once.
TATS AN' 'AT
Warm weather during a music festival offers the perfect opportunity to be a bit more exposed -- and to show off those bitchin' tattoos.
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LouFest attendees certainly are stopping to smell the roses -- especially when those roses are tucked away behind their ears or nestled into their beards!
THE BEE'S KNEES
Did former Cardinal pitcher Anthony Reyes really have that much of an effect on St. Louis fashion? Seems like it. Even though Reyes departed in 2008, vestiges of his knee-high socks still can be seen around St. Louis -- especially at music festivals, apparently.
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Everyone's California dreamin' at LouFest -- and it's easy to understand why, with the beachy weather we've been having.
See also: The People You'll Meet at LouFest 2014
We have no idea what kind of fashion statement people are making in these photos, but we like it. We think.
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