ATX STREET STYLE

Dedicated to documenting the fashion and style of Austin, Texas.
By Shelley Neuman




Rachel Baker, 26
Spotted at: Garment Vintage's Pre-Opening Party
Occupation: Apparel Design student at UT
Black Tunic Dress: Zara
Black Clutch: J. Crew
Black Heels: Zara
Silk Head Wrap: Vintage View high resolution

Rachel Baker, 26

Spotted at: Garment Vintage's Pre-Opening Party

Occupation: Apparel Design student at UT

Black Tunic Dress: Zara

Black Clutch: J. Crew

Black Heels: Zara

Silk Head Wrap: Vintage




Stargayzer Fest Style

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A few weekends ago was Austin’s inaugural Stargayzer Fest, a 3-day festival held at Pine Street Station, showcasing LGBTQIA performers, musicians, and artists. I was only able to make it to the festival on Saturday night and Sunday, but boy do I wish I could’ve attended more of this fest! Not only was this year’s line-up pretty stellar, but the style was unlike any I had seen at another Austin music festival. While most other festivals in Austin tend to attract the type of audience that go for the boho-inspired look (which I’m getting pretty tired of…), Stargayzer was full of wildly creative types who weren’t afraid of crazy colors and wacky prints, with some outfits falling under more of a “costume” category. It was a refreshing change of pace for me, and I can’t wait to see how this festival will likely grow and attract more people who aren’t afraid to wear more experimental fashions.

Check out this year’s styles after the jump!

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Margaux Goodfleisch, 27

Spotted at: Hoiden Supply Co. on S. Lamar

Occupation: Merchandiser

Black Tank: Knot Sisters from Hoiden Supply Co.

Skirt: Bettie Page

Shoes: Ash




Dressing the Sound: Natalie Ribbons and Jason Chronis of Tele Novella

In case you haven’t heard, I am now the Sound & Style Columnist for local digital magazine, Citygram. That means every month my ‘Dressing the Sound' pieces are featured in their downloadable digital magazine/app along with songs and videos from the artist that you can listen to and watch as you're reading Q&A's about their personal style!

This month’s featured artists are the undeniably cute couple Natalie Ribbons and Jason Chronis of Tele Novella. I took notice of Natalie and Jason a few years ago when the two were carving their way into the indie music world as part of two different bands. Natalie was the stylish sweet crooning lead singer of girl duo group Agent Ribbons, and Jason was tapping out bass beats as part of Voxtrot.

Their mid-century influenced garb got my attention just as much as their musical stylings, and they recently formed the dreamy psych-pop group Tele Novella with some other musically-inclined individuals after their previous bands went their separate ways. This band has just gotten started, and already they’re packing venues and wooing crowds with their spooky sweet songs and incredible stage presence.

To read the Q&A I did with Natalie and Jason and listen to some of Tele Novella’s newest tunes, download the most recent issue of Citygram here!


































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