Austin City Limits Music Festival is always a microcosm of fashion, ranging from standard festival threads to of-the-moment trends. And this year, despite the temps volleying from a high of 98 degrees into the low 60s, there was no shortage of fabulous fashion.
Among the trends spotted at this year's festival were headbands and geometric-print scarves to classic Converse and denim-on-denim looks. Read on to see who caught our eye during this year's ACL Festival.
Sarah Lobera's bright monochrome linen outfit made a chic statement in the crowd.
A Canadian tuxedo never looked as cool as Josh Marchant's denim on denim look.
Terrellyn Moffett accented her vintage denim with a Southwestern print top.
Sneakers, ranging from colorful to white to vintage, were everywhere at this year's festival.
Sisters Mercedes and Delia Rosado prove stripes turn any outfit into the perfect festival look.
Brandon Porter's bold geo print scarf was our favorite festival accessory.
Cooler temps meant cool layers, and Zach Estabrook wore them all for a fabulous fall look.
Leah Coronado experimented with color blocking and prints.
Ariya Smith proves playful headbands work on all ages.
Cowboy, take me away! Kaleb Blackford's denim shorts and cow-print shirt complete this cowboy look.
Corduroy is always perfect in October, especially when you make it a monochrome outfit like Isabel Bowman.
Emma Martin's animal prints, chic sunnies, and fanny packs for the ACL win.
Converse are always a staple at the festival.
Claudia Arango's bandana, breezy leopard top, and sparkly face accessory ticked all the fest fashion boxes.
Can't go wrong when your hair is your most colorful fashion statement like Ava Kenney.
We loved how Cara Tassin's playful fuzzy ears stood out in the crowd.
Fun prints and colors were a must-have, as Alfredo Jimaniz shows.
Quinn Moran and Francesca Aborn show off the best of both worlds in colorful novelty prints and white monochrome.