When we see you on the street and think you put some thought into your style, we may take your picture and ask you things. We call it Street Style.
On Saturday, September 1 the North Texas State Fair Grounds were crawling with people attending the first-ever Hot Wet Mess music festival (put on by the 35 Denton crew). While most people were sporting nothing but swimsuits, some flashier folks caught our eye, so we snapped their pics and asked them some questions about their personal style.
Name: Yung Jake Age: 22 At Hot Wet Mess to see: Nobody Style influences: Toy stores Style breakdown: Thrift store Timberland boots, backpack from Claire's, top from friend, made necklace out of wood and own wisdom tooth.
Bonus: Yung Jake's video for "Datamosh"
Name: Rebecca Brahm Age: 22 At Hot Wet Mess to see: All of the bands Style influences: Granny chic Style breakdown: Top from LF, shorts from Sports Authority, Goodwill fanny pack, bikini top from friend, shoes from Kroger, hat from an antique mall and sunglasses from Target.
Name: Sarah Cole Age: 16 Style influences: Tumblr fashion icons At Hot Wet Mess to see: Reggie Watts and Unknown Mortal Orchestra Style breakdown: Shoes from Denton Antique Mall, dress from Romwe, Etsy broach and handmade flower headband.
Name: Heather Williams Age: 26 At Hot Wet Mess to see: No Age Style influences: Stevie Nicks and Deborah Harry Style breakdown: Dress from Topshop, Dr. Martens boots, Urban Outfitters stockings, Chanel purse and vintage jewelry.
Name: Jazz Garcia Age: 22 At Hot Wet Mess to see: The Black Lips Style influences: Thrift stores, high-waisted things, '90s prints. Style breakdown: Jumper from Goodwill Blue Hanger Outlet, top from Denton Thrift, don't know where shoes are from, bag from Goodwill, dollar store fan, sunglasses from Perla's restaurant in Austin.
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