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Photos: Beach Goth Festival Fashion Was Heavy On The Skeleton Vibes

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As we all know by now, what you wear to a music festival is the most important decision in any young person's life, especially if you happen to be an aspiring Beach Goth. At Day One of the Beach Goth music festival in Santa Ana on Saturday, there was yet another layer to many of the sartorial choices being made, as we're just about a week out from Halloween.

While the name of the festival might suggest a lot of black leather and white pancake makeup, that was not in fact the case. The beauty of Beach Goth is that festival goers could feel comfortable in outlandish Halloween costumes and H&M Festival-line fast fashion alike. Whatever floats your Beach Goth board right?

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