Bonnaroo 2011: Street Style High Notes

Four days on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee may not sound like fun, but it’s one of the hippest places to be when Bonnaroo is occupying the space. The music festival is known for showcasing an eclectic mixture of rock, hip-hop, jazz, and even electronica. Attendees can often be seen journeying between the multiple stages, silent disco, and comedy club in an interesting blend of bohemian and hippie styles with the occasional rock influences thrown in for good measure. The annual down-to-earth event just wrapped up this weekend, so here are some fashionable standouts from this year’s festivities.

Bonnaroo 2011 Le Call MissouriBonnaroo 2011 Amy and Charlie from LA


Le from Missouri opted for a semi-sheer brown and ivory tank dress, neutral fedora, and dark brown worn-in boots. A scroll burnout tank and matching white denim shorts with faded brown buckle boots alongside an off-white wolf tank and ribbed rust-colored skirt were the festival uniforms for Amy and Charlie from Los Angles.

Bonnaroo 2011 Jeana 0hioBonnaroo 2011 black and white geometric top orange shorts


Cowboy boots were a funky way to accessorize a black and white striped tank dress, but Jeana from Ohio manages to pull it off. Oversized cat-eye shades and a dramatic parasol rounded out the creative ensemble. Black and white also were predominant colors when it came to this cropped graphic tee. The vivid orange shorts helped amp up the overall look.

Bonnaroo 2011 halter lace handkerchief top and shortsBonnaroo 2011 Grace Potter


This festival goer sported a halter-style handkerchief hem top with severe fringe detail over a practically hidden pair of shorts as she takes in the scene. It wasn’t just the festival faithful pulling off some fashionable ensembles. Grace Potter also went the fringe route while rocking out on stage with the Nocturnals. Her white crochet version temporarily served as cover-up for a tribal print mini dress.

Bonnaroo 2011 Florence Welch on stage


Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine looked like a Gothic goddess in Gucci during her performance. Of course, we would expect nothing less from the stylish singer since the costumes for her upcoming tour were designed by Frida Giannini, the fashion house’s creative director.