Fun Fun Fun Fest has always stood out from the crowd, especially when it comes to fashion. The festival usually comes with slightly more crisp fall weather, meaning fest-goers don't have to pick styles that involve wearing as little clothing as possible to keep cool. This means fashion-wise a lot more layering and cool-weather wear.
The FFF crowd also isn't afraid to experiment with fashion choices, so bold colors, crazy prints and a new take on accessories abound this year. If you had any doubt that '90s fashion wasn't coming back, the amount of acid-washed ripped jeans, funky prints and flannel at FFF Fest this year will put those feelings aside.
Hayley Celeste keeps warm in this amazing Alice and Olivia furry vest.
Emma Lyddon rocks some exaggerated cat eye shades from UNIF.
Lauren Zielinski was one of many wearing wild prints this weekend. Her harem pants were bought at local Charm School Vintage.
Lia Borodina wears a stylish slouchy sweater from Urban Outfitters.
Leslie Cottrill embraces darker autumn/winter colors with her black ensemble, topped with the perfect velvety vintage vest.
Large bags are a must for carrying around your all-day fest needs, and we adored this large vintage leather bag.
The epitome of girly cute is Cassidy Arnett in her cozy back-to-school themed sweater, heart glasses and unicorn pendant necklace.
Shannon Kearns shows off her stems in this see-through polka dot skirt from Nordstrom Rack.
Doc Martens are popular FFF Fest footwear, and we spotted some unique styles this weekend, including these metallic ones.
Suzanna Slavin wears thrashed Flying Monkey skinny jeans with a sporty Ralph Lauren jacket.
Stephanie Page stays festively stylish in her vintage Yves Saint Laurent blazer.
Aimee Kuykendall takes her print game to a whole new level with this Notorious B.I.G. crop top from Forever 21.
You can never go wrong with a pair of vintage shades. Jessamyn McTwigan sports some 1960s sunglasses to complete her look.
Bryson Simkin and Kris Goodwin showed that even the boys of FFF Fest weren't afraid of prints and bold colors.
Amanda Frear's floral romper + duster sweater is the perfect summer to fall transitional look.
Sarah Owen makes classic black look its best in her vintage top and pleated skirt from Zara.
Misty Mason reminds us all that nails can be the perfect finishing touch.
One of the best hairstyles we saw was Savannah McAnally's perfectly coifed fro.
Allison Tanner's ensemble was the cat's meow.
Roxanne Ng tied together her look by pairing a unique UNIF tee with a classic fall flannel.