Field Trip 2014: 54 stylish shots from the start of music festival season in Toronto

Field Trip Music Festival Toronto
Field Trip Music Festival Toronto
Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Festival season had its official Canadian start this weekend, as the second annual Field Trip music festival hit Toronto with a series of cacophonous bangs. Run by indie label Arts & Crafts, the two-day festival brought together homegrown darlings and international favourites like Interpol, The Kills, Austra, Washed Out, Cvrches and The Constantines. As is a now two-year tradition, local gods Broken Social Scene closed out the weekend with a 46-person set, as the crowd didn’t let the rain spoil the lively mood.

In what had to be the most perfect weather day of the year so far, Saturday’s almost 30 degree high had festivalgoers making use of the skin-baring assets of shorty short jorts, crop tops (with this season’s update: the thin strap) and protective oversized hats. In stark contrast, Sunday’s drizzle had attendees piling on the waterproof layers and creative makeshift ponchos out of colourful woven blankets.

And while many festival style staples were omnipresent all weekend long, there were a few standout looks that caught our eye, including this single-outfit ode to Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom. Ditto to this beautiful jorts-meets-moto-meets-island combo.

Click through for 54 shots from this weekend’s Field Trip music festival in Toronto.