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The 2015 Magnolia Fest at The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park stunned the fashion world this week as thousands of participants descended on Live Oak, Florida to show off the the season’s latest festival apparel. The colorful crowds were on display as the backdrop of turkey oak and Spanish moss hosted dancers voguing up the scene.
Bring on the supermodels with their satin scarves and jewel-encrusted pieces. A constant parade of wicker plantation hats and pajama bottoms flowed through the loop and the lake. Many models around the bat house sported the dirty fingernails and bare feet look. A throwback from previous shows, to be sure, but always a welcome compliment.
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- Flowers: The confederate roses and hill daisies were blooming at Live Oak and the paparazzi were covered in various bouquets. Fall leaves colored the grounds and cool autumn weather meant that everyone could follow their own fashion sensibilities. Apparel ranged from tropical island style to those real crackers who bundled up for the cool nights. It could easily have been the most perfect MagFest weather ever.
- Hula Hoops: Once again, hoops beat out disks as the preferred method of exercise, with pogo sticks coming in a distant third. Let’s not forget about the rare breed that actually gets up and jogs down to the Suwannee River each morning. Yikes. Check out this hula hoop Instagram video demonstration. Note the intense concentration it takes to hoop at the amphitheater stage. Just another Vasser Sunday family jam.
- Sparkles: The campfire runway shows had the usual amount of feathers and glittered clothing, and celebrity sightings aside, it was the highlight of many of the attendees. The most discerning campers sported their jingle-jangle belts or cat bells. Folks will still be cleaning glitter out of their tents and hair for some time.
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Whether you rent a cabin, haul your coach to the Loop or decide to camp out, every fire circle a The Spirit of Suwannee Music Park has something special to offer. As always, new friends and new music are around every turn. You simply can’t see everyone, but it’s fun to try.
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