Lollapalooza In 19 Street-Style Snaps

Lollapalooza has finally come to an end –– yet the sounds of Jack White and Sigur Rós are still playing in our heads. Another lasting impression from one of summer's best music festivals? Stellar fashion, of course.
Not only did we brave the crowds in Grant Park, we endured some pretty wild elements, too. But even an evacuation couldn't keep us from bringing you the best of the fest. Did we happen to snap a pic of you or your friends rocking out some serious summer style? Did any of these Lolla looks inspire you to go on a shopping spree? Tell us! We want to know who you thought made the cut in this Lolla street-style guide. Until next year, readers, enjoy this fashion-forward click-through.
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Florence Welch (as in Florence + The Machine) escaping the crowds in the press area. We love how her green dress looks with her fiery red tresses.




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Showing off a pair of fabulous ankle boots.




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The storm certainly didn't dampen the spirit of this Lolla fan.




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Simone Bolotin, from NYC, public relations manager for COTY Prestige. She was looking smart in an Alice & Olivia skirt, American Apparel T-shirt, and a sharp pair of oversized black-rimmed glasses.




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Simone's quilted Chanel purse and awesome Chloé booties.




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Yuna Zarai from L.A., performer at Lolla. Pre-performance wearing a sheer blouse from Topshop and mint green stretch jeans from Urban Outfitters.




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Alex Koch, lives in Chicago but is originally from Detroit. He's sporting a floral mens Urban Outfitters shirt, and might we add that he can pull it off, too.




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Delta Spirit rocking it out.




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Moira Lion, from San Francisco, stood out in the crowd with this neon orange top from Reformation. 




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Vicki Ho, NYC, works for Factory PR. She's wearing a combination of designers in this unique look, including a Zara top, Reformation shorts, a Foley + Corinna shawl, and Alexander Wang shoes.




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The Walkmen. We're pretty sure he was roasting in this suit.




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Vanessa Irvine, from Toronto, Canada, was glad to have packed her Hunter rain boots to navigate the post-storm festival grounds.




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Frances Click, who runs Venus Meets Vintage blog, is wearing an outfit entirely from Buffalo Exchange.




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Jessica Phelps, NYC, works for Mom & Pop Records. This fun little number from Urban Outfitters is a comfortable-yet-fashionable example of how to wear a dress to a festival.




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The Black Keys. If you were there, you know that crowd was going wild!




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Sophie C'est la Vie and Cleveland Jones from NYC. We're not sure what we love more: her last name or dress from Urban Outfitters.




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Hayley and Heather of the Jezabels.




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Hayley Burnham and Vien Le Wood. Both ladies are from London but currently live in NYC. There's amazing shopping in both destinations, which is evident in their ensembles.




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Lolla at sunset. See you next year!




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