Gray skies didn’t stop Chicago from bringing its street style A-game to Pitchfork Music Festival this year. This time around, the festival courted artists such as Lauryn Hill, Tame Impala, The Internet... and the boldest individuals turning up in mesmerizing looks that were pretty hard to miss. From neon tulle and wild prints to bondage-inspired accessories, no trend was left behind. Despite some not-so-sunny weather, festival-goers brought their own sunshine—check out their eyewear game if you don't believe us.
To be honest, we’re *almost* hoping for more rain this summer, just so we can we can copy these in-your-face ensembles. Check out our favorite street style looks from this past weekend's festival, below.
This look is right on the money.
Oh, so French! But, seriously, where can we pick up a Pitchfork beret?
Who needs the zoo when you can wear flamingos on your earlobes?
Serving us Americana!
Cross my back and hope to die (in this outfit).
These boots are on fire.
Clearly, punk's not dead.
Toughen up sheer tulle with a bondage-inspired choker and platform combat boots.
We are LIVING for this '90s Lisa Frank moment.
We love everything about this festival-goer's look, particularly the dinosaur earring.
When you’re a chic Rolls-Royce owner and you want everyone to know.
Suns out, double buns out!
A prairie dress that’s easy, breezy, and perfect for gloomy days.
Power suiting, or flower suiting?
Or, parrot suiting?!
This all-white look is having us feeling anything but gloomy.
Living extra, extra, extra large!
BRB, have a meeting in Paris first.
A supreme case for athleisure-meets-festival wear.
Call Cher Horowitz, because she’s got a playdate with Angelica Pickles.
How to dress up jean shorts.
Denim for days.
Oversized camo for when it rains? Yes, yes, and yes.
Cobalt jumpsuit, reporting for duty!