These fashion-forward festivalgoers stood out among the crowd during the final weekend of Austin City Limits Music Festival 2016. The biggest trends spotted this year? Bandanas, denim cut-offs, top knots, and crop tops. Check out the best styles of the weekend — and take note for the rest of Austin festival season.
Sara Dewees perfectly matched her lip color to her bandana — a festival must.
Bianca Montgomery's pastel look made her stand out from the crowd.
Josh Hoisington of band Lolo was one of the best-dressed guys at the fest, sporting a Goorin Bros hat and concert tee.
Ingrid Espino wore the ultimate statement necklace as part of her festival attire.
Caty Wantland did festival fringe right with this beautiful cream-colored dress.
Emily Shapiro's simple festival style included a boho dress from Free People and platform Teva sandals.
Local fashion blogger Ali Gray of Darling for the Weekend started rotating fall pieces into her fest wardrobe with this cute emerald corduroy mini skirt.
Kimberly Regis kicked off fall style at the fest featuring distressed jeans and flannel.
Rienne Duran layered a long flowing robe over shorts for a classic festival look.
Hannah Pham's go-to fest look included matching bell-sleeve top and lace shorts.
Perry Rickard and Major Carr kept things casual but cool in cut-offs and mirrored sunglasses.
Blaire Harp rocked the ultimate flashy festival boot from Asos.
An easy and adorable new wave in accessorizing is with pins. This trio of pins was made by Tuesday Bassan, Adam JK, and Pintrill.
Sophia Eris' vintage patched army jacket stole the show on the fest's final day.
Alice Dentlar pulled off the best comfy, stylish look at the fest.
We loved the sheer blouse and velvet Doc Martens combo on Paris Barnett.
Brittany NeJame was one of many festivalgoers from Tyler, Texas, wearing custom duds from Tyler boutique Alex & Afton.
And the award for cutest fest style goes to Ashley Barton in a Lazy Oaf blouse and YRU sneakers.