Trendspotting at Bonnaroo

Festival season is the world's longest runway show. See what's trending with the music crowd.

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

Photo By: Jessica Yonker

"She's a Rainbow"

Hayley Williams' energy constantly proves she doesn't need much to light up the stage. The Paramore lead vocalist donned all-white for the band's Friday evening Bonnaroo performance — a definite risk for the often dusty Farm. As for her cosmic rainbow eye makeup, we'll let Hayley do the talking: "You're giving me Black Swan, you're giving me Pride." You can watch the quick tutorial of how she got the look with makeup artist Brian J O'Connor right here.

Rainbows on Rainbows

We found Paula posing in front of one of Bonnaroo's many art walls. She blended right in!

Glow

It's colorful, it sparkles, it shines — the holographic trend was born for festival season. We were drawn like moths to Devon Monfils' iridescent fringe jacket and skirt. Sequin stockings and what is perhaps the world's chunkiest necklace add to the glitz. The look was so put together you wouldn't believe it was the last day of Bonnaroo.

Ordinary Fans Won't Do

Keeping cool at a summer music festival is a #1 priority. We loved Devon's floral fan.

Stuck in the Crowd? No Problem.

In addition to being totally adorable, fabric folding fans are portable and don't need batteries or charging; so they won't suddenly die on you while you're waiting for the next set in a packed crowd.

Sequins

In the quest to find the biggest sequins at Bonnaroo, she won. (We also love her dusty pink tassel earrings.)

Jellyfish Totems

Usually fashioned from a clear umbrella, you're always bound to see a jellyfish or two dancing in the crowd at music festivals.

Where Are My Friends?

Finding your friends has never been so groovy. This Afroed 'Where's Waldo?" totem embodies its owner. The fringe gives us '70s disco vibes — the perfect mood for a weekend of dancing.

Wear it on Your Wrists

Beaded bracelets, bangles, metallic tattoos and your RFID wristband, of course — expect to see festivalgoers with their arms full of accessories.

Speaking of Wristbands...

If you're new to music festivals, most major ones issue "tickets" through RFID wristbands. They're chip activated to prevent theft and used to scan in and out of the festival grounds. They've naturally become quite the collector's item as festivalgoers rack up customized wristbands for events they'd attended. We just have one question for this Rooer: How did you get all thost wristbands off without cutting them?

Bonnaroo-Issued Fanny Pack

Bonnaroo rolled out new bag policies for safety purposes, limiting attendees to small bags and clear backpacks. To make the transition smoother, the festival sent ticketholders a fanny pack in their annual swag bag. And yes — even celebs must obey the bag rules.

Back in Black

The guys of The Glitch Mob make wearing black in 90-degree heat look totally breezy. A black-and-white palette also lets their cool kicks steal the spotlight.

On the Road: The Glitch Mob

Romper = Instant Fashion Statement

Boho meets midcentury modern in this black-and-white striper, floral romper. Practical shoes are always a must.

Florals for All

Short-sleeve button ups are an easy, comfortable choice for festivals, and we fell for Anderson .Paak's moody, abstract floral number.

Easy Living

Texture reigns with this vintage-style cutout dress. A scarf is never a bad idea, and it can go triple duty at a music festival, also serving as a hood or an impromptu blanket. Her accessories include a necklace from Third Eye Pinecones, who fashion their pendants from the cross-section of a pinecone.

Festival Wedding Fashion

Melanie closed out her Bonnaroo weekend getting married near the main stage in a knit macrame dress. Plus, it wouldn't be a music festival without some glitter and a proper flower crown.

See More Photos: This Couple Got Married at Bonnaroo

No Robe, No Entry

Jake's Christmas Barn hosts an annual Robe Rage, where attendees must wear a robe to gain admission. The robe also comes in handy if you just so happen to be the officiant of a wedding.

See More Photos: This Couple Got Married at Bonnaroo

After Dark

Sunset not only brings much-needed relief from the heat, but also sets the scene for glow toys, lights and costumes — and lots of them.

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