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FYF Style, Day Two: Who Will Reign Supreme In The Battle Of Tiny Sunglasses V. Oversized Sunglasses
Saturday was the first full day of FYF, which meant the first day attendees had to endure the afternoon heat and sun (Friday started at 5 p.m., so no one had to sweat the day away). How does a person approach a festival under grueling heat? The tactics varied, but one thing remained consistent: lots and lots of sunglasses. Tiny 90s sunglasses have emerged as the eyewear du jour in 2017, but for some people, the small size doesn't cut it. Another way of beating the heat was to embrace it and wear every color possible. Why not make your outfit as bright as the sun?
Saturday was the only sold-out day pass of the festival, so Exposition Park was packed to the gills with people using the festival as their fashion stomping ground. How do the outfits stack up compared to Friday's looks?
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