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Is it 1996, or something? The 90’s trend made a HUGE appearance at this year's Burgerama, as girls brought back those colorful tattoo chokers, ditzy floral dresses, and head-to-platform neo raver ensembles. Watch out, Clarissa…looks like you’ve got some major competition. Incorporate this radical 90’s inspired trend into your wardrobe with the Roses Sk8-Hi Platforms and the Daisy Authentic Hi


This weekend marked the third annual music fest, Burgerama, where we were well on our way to a fun, rowdy, and stylish experience. This West Coast-based music event offered fest-goers a pretty epic line-up, with bands such as Bleached, The Growlers, and Shannon & The Clams, while the stylish OC crowd came rocking this seasons best trends. What do you think? 


You can never go wrong with a floral dress, so it was really no surprise to see this feminine closet-staple make a wave of an appearance throughout Burgerama. Buzznet blogger, Jessi Jae Joplin, even brought the spring trend to a new level by rocking an absolutely adorable floral crown with her dress. 

Now that we’re knee deep into festival season, check out the new selection of no-fuss Vans dresses, perfect for dancing across the field and into the evening. 


There’s a lot of great music coming out of the wavy ‘burbs of Southern California, and Aquadolls front-woman, Melissa Brooks, can certainly attest to that. Since her youth, this psychedelic singer has been writing songs about heart-break and female empowerment, while encouraging other girls to ignore self-doubt,and the judgement of others in order to pursue their dreams. We first met the talented artist at this year’s Burgerama, where the young woman humbly and graciously took photos with every fan, exchanged inspirational advice, and bonded over their shared musical taste. Melissa’s moving song lyrics, laid-back approach to life, and audacious sense in style make her one of our most favorite artists to watch this year. Check out our interview with Melissa, and follow the band to discover where they’ll be touring next.

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While the 90’s were a huge trend throughout the entirety of Burgerama, we couldn’t help but notice an influx of era’s taking over the scene on the second day. From mod-chic to the psychedelic 70’s, the stylish ladies of the West Coast came out looking their best.