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Street Style: Catalpa Music Festival

This past weekend, we hopped the ferry to Randall's Island for the first-ever Catalpa Festival, a two-day concert extravaganza featuring over 40 musical performers. And while the forecast called for scattered thunderstorms, that didn't shake our excitement at the prospect of seeing acts like Girl Talk, The Black Keys and TV On the Radio do their thing under a drizzly sky.

In between dancing our hearts out stageside and watching couples prepare to tie the knot at Frisky's Church of Sham Marriages—why wouldn't you choose to wed in an inflatable cathedral?—we snapped some of the weekend's best-dressed concertgoers using Samsung's new Galaxy S III smartphone, which they loaned us for the weekend. Click through to see whose outfits we loved.

Adrienne, intern at Complex

Shorts, Rio; boots, Steve Madden; bag, Aldo.

 

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