Capital! Style: Mighty fine folks

Last weekend’s Richmond Folk Festival brought out thousands of locals to delight in three days of picture perfect autumn weather. Lazy afternoons faded into lazy evenings, and of course the Richmond stylish were well represented at the festival.

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Last weekend’s Richmond Folk Festival brought out thousands of locals to delight in three days of picture perfect autumn weather. Lazy afternoons faded into lazy evenings, and of course great music. The Richmond stylish were well represented at the festival, and the biggest trend of the festival was exactly what one would expect: wide brimmed cowboy hats with equally stylish boots. Along with expectation, there were many surprises and as the sounds of the mandolin, the twang of instruments filled the warm air, Richmond took in the festival in perfect style.

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Fresh off the Old-Time Fiddle contest, this urban cowboy stops for the paparazzi.

I saw many people wearing rolled up denim paired with classic canvas sneakers. Such a perfect casual daytime look.

Ukulele player and singer-song writer Alison Self whirls on the dance floor to honky-tonk swing. Make sure to stop by the Urban Farmhouse on October 22nd for a great performance!

The freshest kids.

The master of accessories.

See you at the festival next year and don’t forget your dancing shoes!

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Brian McDaniel

Brian McDaniel can be found somewhere in Richmond drinking sweet tea tea working on a Sudoku puzzle. For more Richmond fashion visit dirtyrichmond.tumblr.com.

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