Music festivals are always a gamble when it comes to spotting decent fashion. With volatile weather conditions, uncontrollable perspiration and driblets of alcohol being spilled on you at any given moment, looking fresh at a concert isn't the easiest feat - but that doesn't mean you shouldn't at least try to put together something stylish, am I right?

This past weekend, we took host in Chicago to attend the city's annual Lollapalooza festival. The four-day spectacle proved to be anything but predictable, and while it was no fashion week, there were a few Highsnob-friendly festival-goers in attendance.

For every dozen EDM roid-head fist-pumping in flipflops or sorority girl screaming "woo!" in denim cutoffs came a low-key trendsetter, who knew a thing or two about how to festival in style. From YEEZY to BAPE to Just Don to Pablo merch, peep the photos above to check out the best outfits worn at Lollapalooza 2016.

For more festival fashion, check out what your favorite artists wore behind-the-scenes.

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