Best Dressed at Governor's Ball 2014

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By Glam Editors June 09, 2014
Mychele Brandon dons this ASOS flower crown with the perfect MAC pout and hot pink nails.
Aritzia girls Jennifer Babic and Tara Prentice kept it short in their company’s designs. Have you ever seen a festival short set look so sweet?
We spied Sarah Guyon’s amazing, metallic shades from a mile away. Eye-catching, no?
Sisters Laura and Caroline Prangley coordinated their flower crowns at J. Cole’s Sunday set.
The award for best body adornment goes to Natalie Beato, who passed up the face painting booth and opted for her own Flash Tattoos. You can buy them here.
Charlotte Abotsi braved the weekend’s 80-plus degree weather in a matching PVC skirt set. With a crop top, natch.
There’s no better time to go bold—and by bold, we mean neon—than at a music festival. Ana Urena complimented her attention-grabbing top with a chunky necklace... and gourmet hot dogs.
We couldn’t let Governor's Ball pass without getting a little grunge. Alexa Paradis channeled the look with a vintage, graphic tee, denim cutoffs, and a plaid top.
Mindy Yuen was the prime example of how to dress for a festival without repurposing what the masses believe to be festival style. Snaps for her high waist and red lip—understated glamour, darling.
These friends looked casual and comfortable in their summer styles.
To stay cool in the summer sun, Emily Steenwyk channelled the tropics and looked fab in her light fringe dress and functionally fabulous fanny pack. Plus, a fruity beverage never hurts.
We loved how this concert-goer brought back the mod-60's to today's modern festival.
Fun and flirty, these friends looked adorably coordinated in their white shorts and neon pops.
Long sleeves at a summer festival? Definitely! Especially when paired with shorts and in a bright, fun print.
This crocheted babe skillfully combined textures to create the perfect boho outfit.
Perfect example of how to wear the crop top and slit skirt trend with some fun bling.
Laura Martin, of the exciting new band, The Ludlow Thieves, went a little bit Rock and Roll with a little country mixed in too.
These friends shared a love for ladylike skirts and chic crop tops.
We were in awe of Myf Sheperd's unique style from turban to toe.
Going in a totally different direction from most of the other festival-goers, this music lover looked new again in high-waisted jeans and simple accessories.
This beachy babe looked effortlessly chic and carefree.
Proof that sporty and feminine can totally work together.
This simple and summery look is perfect for almost anywhere you'll be going this summer.
Sorry to steal your thunder OutKast, but Governors Ball wasn’t all about you. Yes, you put on a spectacular show and proved that “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” still rocks as hard today as it did 20 years ago. Still, we can’t help but salute the musical weekend’s other main attraction: festival style. From flower crowns to cut-off shorts, the fourth-annual celebration didn’t disappoint. We scouted Randall’s Island high and low—from the GovBallNYC main stage to its shady oasis—for the belles of the ball!
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