25 Groovy Trends Spotted From Woodstock Festival Street Style

When you’re wasted and high, your fashion accessories are probably the least of your cares. These unconstrained flower children weren’t trying to make a fashion statement, and yet their common aesthetic could influence generations of festival-attending youths to come.

1. Blankets

They are so much more effortless than capes or ponchos. Just throw one on!

2. The American Flag Motif

It’s an ironic mark of counterculture, not nationalism.

Aw, matching couple’s headbands.

4. Frosted Lips and Long Beads

6. The Stoner Surfer Look

He’s way too high to care if his outfit clashes.

7. Bare Feet and Bellbottoms

She can probably afford shoes, she just chooses not to wear them.

Dude in the middle: CHILLIN’.

8. Ethnic-Inspired Accessories

Exotic woven handbags make an otherwise boring outfit pop.

9. The Full-Body Dashiki

Is this the official uniform of Jim Jones or the Manson cult? I get them mixed up.

11. Clownwear

Instead of running away to join the circus, this man just decided to come to Woodstock.

12. The Cocktail Toe Ring

If you’re going to spend all weekend barefoot, may as well add some foot embellishment.

13. Unnaturally Colored Hair

17. The Fisherman’s Hat

18. Headbands

And any other kind of band you can put any other part of your body.

19. Round Tinted Sunglasses

This unflattering eyewear shape makes everyone look like Mr. Magoo.

21. Wispy Dresses

Not the most practical choice for the mudbath that is about to ensue.

22. Low-Slung Jeans

Everyone was too free-spirited to care about plumber’s crack.

23. Inventive Headwear

These folks improvised a communal hat.

24. Neck Scarves

Gotta keep your neck warm! Even if your nipples are a little cold.

25. Unabashed, Full-Frontal Nudity

Everyone had such artful tan lines.

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