We headed back to SXSW for three consecutive days of music, tattoos and, of course, Docs at Container Bar in Austin, TX. It was a hell of a time, kicking off with a mind-blowing set by the most-talked-about name in the industry right now: Tierra Whack. The next day saw headliners Broken Social Scene pack the bar to over capacity (yes, the Austin fire marshals showed up). Japanese Breakfast played to a packed crowd on our third and final day, bringing down the house with a cover of the Cranberries’ Dreams. In between all that, fans lined up for free flash tattoos by Stacey Marten Smith and Bearded Gentlemen, and even had the chance to grab a new pair of Docs at our pop-up shop. But here’s the icing on the cake: SXSW-goers love a good pair of Docs — and they really know how to style them. Keep scrolling for a few of the best looks we saw …
Fashion and lifestyle photographer Ashlee Huff wore the Vegan Blaire.
Jane Claire, an entreprenuer, writer, and Founder of Boss Babes ATX, showed us a move or two in her fringe dress and Clarissa II Platforms.
Tally Dilbert traveled from San Antonio to attend the fest. She paired her yellow-stitch Voss Glitter sandals with the perfect yellow pants.
Lo-fi rock musician Japanese Breakfast wowed us in a mint green suit, paired with Floras.
Austin photographer Javi Gonzalez rocked his Geraldos with an all black look…
…and fresh ink from our pop-up tattoo shop.
Sarah Tudzin of Illuminati Hotties wore the Mono 1460.
San Antonio-based food and style blogger Patricio Patterson looked breezy in lightwash denim and the Terry sandals.
A modern take on an utalitarian look, Lauren Marek paired the Voss Brando with an olive green ensemble.
Yarisel Estrada stood out with rose colored shades and the Voss Glitter sandals in Pink.
Christopher Rhodes was spotted in cut-offs and Gryphon sandals.
Clementine Creevy, of LA trio Cherry Glazerr, kept it classic with black 1460s.
Jo Cox was spring-ready with pink gingham and the Gryphon in Charro.