7 Trends We Spotted at Osheaga 2013
Montreal, Canada -- There's no doubt that Canadian festivalgoers have their style game down. Click through the photo gallery to check out the 7 most common trends we saw at Osheaga, from printed pants to full-fledged costumes, and everything in between.
Looking for more? Check out our photo gallery of the weekend's best outfits on Société Perrier, and stay tuned for our full Facebook photo gallery, coming later this week.
Just because this was the most prevalent trend we saw all weekend, it doesn't mean that people were uniform. We saw hundreds of cool prints, from black + white to technicolor, tribal to floral.
There's no wrong way (or place) to show your patriotism.
Not only were kids were the weekend's most stylish accessory, some might have even out-swaggered their parents.
Splashes of Neon
We didn't see any head-to-toe neon this weekend, but there were some tasteful splashes here and there... not to mention the proverbial floral headdress.
Backpacks may be the most functional way to tote your essentials for the weekend, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style while doing it. Case in point: see above.
As a festival (and life) staple, you can always expect to see hats at a festival. What we weren't expecting was such a variety of styles, colors, and textures.
The time-honored tradition of the full-fledged costume was not lost on Osheaga festivalgoers.
Don't forget to check out our favorite outfits from the weekend on Société Perrier, and stay tuned for our full Facebook photo gallery, coming later this week.
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