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Fashion

14 pitchfork street style looks that were muddy good

call ‘em mudbloods

Most years, Pitchfork presents its own styling challenges, with all the walking/standing, the heat, and the dust that appears when you rock out on a baseball diamond. But this year—this year brought its own special version of hell, with flash floods and insane heat, making sure anyone who brought water-proof duds would quickly end up in their own personal shvitz. That, and the accessory du jour seemed to be muddy sneakers.

But with great adversity comes the ultimate pay-off, as proven by these 14 individuals with some serious sartorial know-how. 

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Emme, a srudent, was "just [there] to people watch." Her Rookiemag.com illustrator friend on the right wanted to see Ex Hex.

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Sharon, a social media manager with killer brads, wanted to see Chance the Rapper.

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Karla, another student, rocked the 312 while seeing Chance the Rapper, as well.

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Kate, a photographer for

fashionmagazine.com

, was just "[there] to shoot." Tough job, eh?

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Natasha, a dancer, rocked the crop-top while seeing our fav Sophie. Meanwhile, her friend of the right, Claire, "does whatever" and rallied for Chance the Rapper.

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Elise, an art director braving the mud, just wanted to see Sophie.

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Daniele, student, loved Chance the Rapper. (Seriously, who doesn't?)

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Caroline, another student, also loved Chance.

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Monique, a reporter with a serioiusly strong stripe game, was digging Sleater-Kinney. Maura, a data scientist, had feels for Chance.

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Shannon, a writer with a strong lip game, was there for Julie Ruin.

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Sophia, a cocktail server, queen'd out to Perfume genius (barefoot, by the looks of it).