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Last weekend, I headed to BottleRock in Napa, California for a musical lineup that had everyone in wine country tapping their feet.
The cool thing about this festival was it definitely had an air of rock’n’roll mixed with the elevated vibe of the Napa Valley.
Of course, aside from listening to LL Cool J, the Barenaked Ladies, Spin Doctors and more, I was also keeping my eyes open for the festival-inspired fashion that was eeeeeeeverywhere.
I was an invited to come to Bottlerock to see the Silverado Pickups, a local rockabilly band that played good tunes that got everyone up and dancing. Coolest part? Up front singing was Silveroak Winery’s David Duncan (PS: Silveroak is a stunning winery that makes ridiculously delicious wine).
After their set, I started my fashion hunt for festival style. I spotted custom bell-bottoms that totally invoked Woodstock.
And, whether it was out of necessity (the sun was hot, hot, hot), hats were out in abundance. I spotted a few different kinds, but the cowboy hat was definitely reigning supreme.
Other headwear that I saw a lot of was the fedora which is a trend that has been around music for a while and is not going anywhere.
Footwear at the festival: I saw sandals and sneaks, but what I noticed kicking it up was short hemlines with cowboy boots.
Overall musical vibes were representing, like this hip-hop inspired get-up, on a rep from Sip Moscato:
And hipster-cool on this Canadian (yay!) jewelry designer, Sara Agah:
Of course, there was tons of hippy-dippy accessories, too. Feathers and braids abounded:
And, the quintessential festival floral headband:
Finally, I noticed that festival attendees were showing off their patriotism, like these all-American cowboy boots:
And, this head-to-toe ode to a man and his country:
Overall, I am not a roll in the mud kind of music lover, but I have to say this festival was totally fun and fashionable.
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