Thursday, July 9, 2015

Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well Street Style 7/4

Hello! Yesterday, I presented a street style post from the first night of the Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well show and today, I have more for you! This is all the street style that I captured from the Saturday, 7/4 show:


For the second night of the show, I pulled out this psychedelic 1960s vintage dress out of my suitcase. I love the funky print and vibrant colors. I layered several slim bracelets, stone necklaces and vintage Grateful Dead pins with the dress. Round sunglasses and a fringe kimono perfected the concert look. 


These two instantly caught my eye with their energy and stylish outfits. The girl on the left designed and created her dress to look like the Statue of Liberty to celebrate the Fourth of July at Saturday's show.


I snapped a quick photo of the details of my mom's outfit. How perfect is her little dancing bear pouch for the show?


The bohemian print and bold colors of this dress make this look one of my favorite looks from that night. 


This couple was one of my favorite couples that I saw at the concert. Their happiness radiates through not only their smiling faces but their vibrant tie dye apparel. 


These fashionable best friends made a statement with breezy dresses, eye-catching flower crowns and fringe accessories. 


I snapped the details of my look as well as my mom's as we were waiting outside of Solider Field. That night, I donned a comfortable pair of sandals. I threw on a Grateful Dead temporary tattoo next to my "R" tattoo to draw attention to my sandals. 


This beauty was decked out in one of the most amazing dresses that I saw at the show. She scored it at Free People and I'm obsessed with the embroidered detailing, summer-y coral color and flowing length. 


These stylish friends stood out among the crowds in their trendy ensembles. I love how she paired a vintage Grateful Dead tee with a quirky pair of printed shorts and canvas sneakers. And his overalls and funky hair blew me away. There was a very carefree, hip vibe to both of their looks.


Did you say "Dead Head" or "Dread Head?" Countless people at the show rocked this free-spirited hair style. I was drawn to the man's dreads above as well as his casual graphic tee and bandana look for the show. 


This babe also caught my eye with her dreaded hair. Her pretty patterned bellbottoms, classic sandals and sweater tied around her waist created a perfect look for the show.


This edgy statement necklace caught my eye and I love how it looks against this unique print. 

If you know anyone in these photos, I would love it if you shared the post with them! And a big thank-you to everyone who let me photograph their outfits.