And The 2016 #AEOSTYLE Nominees Are…

It’s music’s biggest night: the Grammy’s! We’re bringing you #AEOSTYLE looks inspired by some of our favorite nominees. Take a look at the styles below, and let us know who you’re most excited to see perform and bring home a trophy. To set the mood, we created a remixed Grammys-influenced playlist. Turn up the tunes, and get scrolling!


Grammy Inspired Men's Look

Express your style “Freedom” in this look inspired by Pharrell.

Shop the Look: AEO Denim Jacket | AEO Chambray Button Down Shirt  | AEO Boxer | Skinny Core Flex Jean
AEO Reversible Belt | K-Swiss Classic VN Sneaker

Grammy Inspired Women's Look

Darling, you might be a nightmare, but you’ll be dressed like a daydream in this outfit inspired by Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space.” 

Shop the Look: AEO Lace Kimono | AEO First Essentials Strappy Bralette | AEO Sateen X Jegging
AEO Lace-Up Ballet Flat | AEO Cat Eye Sunglasses

Grammy's Inspired #AEOSTYLE

Stay forever young with this look inspired by The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.” 

Shop the Men’s Look: AEO Legend Henley | Slim Straight Core Flex Jean | AEO Ribbed Beanie
Birkenstock Milano Leather Sandal

Shop the Women’s Look: AEO Lace-Up Denim Dress | AEO Slouchy Tall Boot | AEO Floppy Hat

Grammy's Inspired Women's Style

You’ll want to kiss yourself, you’re so pretty in this look inspired by “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars. Feeling ‘Soft and Sexy’? Flaunt it! 

Shop the Look: AEO Any/Wear Windbreaker | AEO Racerback Pocket Tank | AEO Tencel Jogger (Similar)
AEO Fedora | Shop the Jewelry Collection

What look is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below, and use #AEOSTYLE on Twitter and Instagram to show us your Grammy’s style.

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#MusicMonday: February 2016 Playlist

As we enter February with prints and patterns, we also enter this month with a new in store playlist! From Zara Larsson to Twenty One Pilots, we’ve got a great mix of songs to help you wiggle your way through the leap year. Check out the lineup below and be sure to follow us on Spotify to gain access to all of our in-store playlists.

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  1. Me & The Rhythm- Selena Gomez
  2. I’m Yours- Alessia Cara
  3. Freedom- Allen Stone
  4. Gasoline- Alpine
  5. Pride- American Authors
  6. Somethin About U- Astronomyy
  7. Last Call- Balhazar
  8. Spectrolite- Bayonne
  9. Atlas Hands (Thomas Jack Remix) – Benjamin Francis Leftwich
  10. Bubble Bath- BESTIE
  11. Off The Ground- Bit Funk, Shae Jacobs
  12. You’re Still a Mystery- Bleachers, MO
  13. Bigger Than Me- Born Cages
  14. We Were Here- BOY
  15. A Thousand Faces- Boy & Bear
  16. Coattails- Broods
  17. That’s Right- Cage The Elephant
  18. Blame- Calvin Harris, John Newman
  19. Ch-Ching- Chairlift
  20. Leave A Trace- Goldroom Remix- CHVRCHES
  21. Map Of The World- City and Colour
  22. Let Go- Coasts
  23. First- Cold War Kids
  24. Moving To Neptune- CRUISER
  25. Young and Able- 2015 – Current Swell
  26. Band my Head- David Guetta, Sia, Fetty Wap
  27. The Ghosts of Beverly Drive- Death Cab For Cutie
  28. Magnets- Tiga Remix- Disclosure, Lorde
  29. Do It (feat. Becky G)- Empire Cast
  30. Heart Attack- Radio Edit- Flight Facilities, Owl Eyes
  31. In My Head- LIOHN remix- Galantis, LIOHN
  32. Sure Thang- Givers
  33. Embrace (Body Language)- Goldroom
  34. The Furture’s Right In Front Of Me – A Great Big World
  35. Realiti- Grimes
  36. I Can’t Figure Out Whats Going On- Half Moon Run
  37. Dollar Bill- Hippo Campus
  38. Gone Are The Days- Honne
  39. The Unknown- Imagine Dragons
  40. Worry- Jack Garratt
  41. Give Me Something- Jarryd James
  42. Gone- Robert DeLong Remix- JR JR, Robert DeLong
  43. The Feeling- Justin Bieber, Halsey
  44. Pretty Pimpin- Kurt Vile
  45. Stay- Kygo, Maty Noyes
  46. ILYSB- LANY
  47. Born Again Teen- Lucius
  48. Only Do- Mac McCaughan
  49. Control- Madi Diaz
  50. Change- Mapei
  51. The Trouble With Us- Marcus Marr, Chet Faker
  52. Spaceland- Matt Pond Pa
  53. Genghis Khan- Miike Snow
  54. Red Hot Lights- Moon Taxi
  55. Open Heart (feat. Lissie)- Morgan Page, Lissie
  56. Joy Rides- Mutemath
  57. Prey- The Neighbourhood
  58. The Glitzy Hive- Neon Indian
  59. Trip Switch- Nothing but Thieves
  60. Memory Remains- Oberhofer
  61. Wolves Without Teeth- Of Monsters and Men
  62. Technicolour Beat- Oh Wonder
  63. Younger Love- Panama Wedding
  64. Woke Up from a Dream- The Paper Kites
  65. Feeling Electric- Parade of Lights
  66. Lovesongs- Parlour Tricks
  67. Don’t Tell Me How It Ends- Penguin Prison
  68. Celebrating Nothing- Phantogram
  69. One House- RAC, Speak
  70. Crystal Express- Raury
  71. Future’s Right Here- Robert DeLong
  72. Lay It All On Me (feat. Ed Sheeran)- Rudimental, Ed Sheeran
  73. Excuses- Run River North
  74. Something New- The Score
  75. Cheap Thrills- Sia
  76. Boys Life- Small Black
  77. Physical- St. Lucia
  78. Falling For You- Teenage Mutants, Laura Welsh
  79. Empty Nesters- Toro y Moi
  80. Stressed Out- Twenty One Pilots
  81. Robot Love- Urban Cone
  82. Pink & Blue- The Van Jets
  83. Different Colors- The Griswolds Remix- WALK THE MOON
  84. Can’t Feel My Face- The Weekend
  85. Babe I’m Yours- Whilk and Misky
  86. Boys Like You- Who Is Fancy, Meghan Trainor
  87. Glory (DJ Keith Sweaty Remix)- Wye Oak
  88. L.A. Love Song- XYLO
  89. I Thought The Future Would Be Cool- YACHT
  90. Lush Life- Zara Larsson

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#MusicMonday Best of 2015 Playlist

As 2015 comes to a close, we look back on some of our favorite songs that have played through our in store speakers. From BORNS to Grimes, to Ellie Goulding and HOLYCHILD, check out our Best Of 2015 playlist below and be sure to follow us on Spotify to access more of our playlists.

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  1. Bang my Head (feat. Sia and Fetty Wap)- David Guetta, Sia, Fetty Wap
  2. Stars- Demi Lovato
  3. Competition- The Dodos
  4. Codes- Ellie Goulding
  5. Make You Mine- Family of the Year
  6. Changes- Original Mix – Faul & Wad Ad, Pnau
  7. New Obsession- Frankie
  8. Hole Me (Pat Lok)- Gold Fields
  9. Waiting To Ignite- Feat. Ren Farren – Goldroom
  10. Here For You- Bingo Players- Gorgon City, Laura Welsh
  11. Wild Love- Gossling
  12. Free Again- Greg Holden
  13. California- Grimes
  14. Good Advice- The Growlers
  15. Simple Machine- Guster
  16. Running Behind- HOLYCHILD
  17. Over And Over- Hot Chip
  18. Sedona- Houndmouth
  19. Trouble- Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Hudson
  20. Where Are U Know (feat. Justin Bieber)- Jack U, Skrillex, Diplo
  21. Couch Potato- Jakubi
  22. Try Me (feat. Jennifer Lopez & Matoma) – Jason Derulo, Matoma, Jennifer Lopez
  23.  Tonight Belongs To U!- Jeremih, Flo Rida
  24. I’ll Show You- Justin Bieber
  25. Hideaway- Kiesza
  26. Classic (feat. Powers)- The Knocks, Powers
  27. Stole The Show- Kygo, Parson James
  28. One Plus One- Kyle Andrews
  29. California- La+ch
  30. West Coast- The Young Professional, Lana Del Ray
  31. Prayer In C- Lilly Wood and The Prick
  32. Life For Me- Lily Allen
  33. Don’t Worry (feat. Ray Dalton)- Madcon, Ray Dalton
  34. The Trouble With Us- Marcus Marr, Chet Faker
  35. Sugar- Remix- Maroon 5, Nicki Minaj
  36. Not Alone- Matt and Kim
  37. Lips Are Movin- Meghan Trainor 
  38. No Need For Dreaming- MisterWives
  39. Kamikaze- MO
  40. Make Your Mind Up- Moon Taxi 
  41. Who’s Taking You Home- Ne-Yo
  42. Crystals- Of Monsters and Men
  43. A Brand New Life- Panama Wedding
  44. Show Me the Way- Penguin Prison
  45. Falling Hard- RAC, Madi Diaz
  46. Jackrabbit- San Fermin
  47. Oh My Love- The Score
  48. You Haunt Me- Sir Sly
  49. Cecelia And The Satellite- Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
  50. Problem- Dawin Remix- Ariana Grance, Iggy Azalea
  51. Bleeding L0ve- ASTR
  52. Waiting For Love- Avicii
  53. I Feel It- Avid Dancer
  54. Electric Love- BORNS
  55. Ch-Ching- Chairlift
  56. Clearest Blue- CHVRCHES
  57. Map Of The World- City and Colour
  58. DNA- Clarity
  59. Let Go- Coasts
  60. Thunderheads- Cold War Kids
  61. Everywhere- Crystal Fighters
  62. Thinking of Sunshine- Daniel Adams- Ray
  63. Floodlights- Soft Swells
  64. Do You- Spoon
  65. The Moment- Tame Impala
  66. Wrong Club- The Ting Tings
  67. Nobody Love- Tori Kelly
  68. Buffalo- Toro y Moi
  69. Walking a Line- Tove Stryke
  70. Mtn Tune- Trials and Ways
  71. Happy Idiot- TV On The Radio
  72. Come Back To Me- Urban Cone, Tove Lo
  73. Mess Is Mine – Vance Joy
  74. Sidekick- Walk the Moon
  75. Can’t Feel My Face- The Weekend
  76. Be Your Shadow- The Wombats
  77. Gorgeous- X Ambassadors
  78. Sunshine- Young Empires
  79. Beautiful Now- Zedd, Jon Bellion
  80. 1965- Zella Day
  81. Move Like U Stole It- ZZ Ward 

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#MusicMonday: Interview with Ellis Ludwig-Leone from San Fermin

When we visited Texas last month for Austin City Limits, we met up with San Fermin. And now, we’re excited to collaborate with San Fermin this holiday season on a holiday inspired playlist, which you can hear in stores from 11.21-12.1 and on Spotify. Want to see San Fermin play live in New York City? Enter our AEO x San Fermin Sweepstakes! Check out the Official Rules to win a pair of tickets for their December 17, 18 or 19 show.

We loved talking with San Fermin so much that we extended the conversation later with Ellis Ludwig-Leone, keyboardist and founding member of the band. We talked about everything from the inspiration behind their newest song, “No Devil,” to the band’s most embarrassing moment on tour. Check out our interview with Ellis below.

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Ellis on the keys during a show.

AEO: You’re embarking on your next European Tour soon, but by the time this publishes you’ll have finished it. What are you most looking forward to during that tour? 
Ellis: It’s our fifth or sixth European tour, so we kind of know what to expect when we get there. One of the things that’s so great about going to Europe is that there’s a sense of history there. Every venue you play is historic in some way. Every city you go to, you’ve heard about. That’s a thrill. It’s a real cultural experience. In particular, I always love when we play France. France is my favorite country to play outside of the U.S. We always get really good crowds there & the food is great.

AEO: So France is your favorite international country, but what is your favorite U.S. city to play?
Ellis: It’s hard to compete with New York because that’s where we’re from. We’ve played some really memorable shows there. I guess if I had to choose somewhere outside of New York… I really like playing San Francisco. That’s been a great place for us.  I love being in the city.

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AEO: We met you & the band at Austin City Limits this year. How was your time in Austin? 
Ellis: Austin is definitely one of my favorite cities to play, although it’s actually funny because we’ve now been to Austin five times, and every single time, it’s been for a festival. We’ve never done a headline show there. This time we were touring with Alt-J, so we played ACL Fest, and that night we played a show with them at Austin Music Hall, which was one of the last show’s they’ll ever have at that venue. It actually might have been my favorite show we’ve ever played.

AEO: You mentioned you love playing in NYC a lot, so we’re wondering what makes a show there more memorable for you?
Ellis: One thing that makes NYC different is that our friends & family are there, so it really is a different energy when you there are people who you love and care about are going to be there. Because we started here, we’ve played here more than other places. We have more of a track record here. We’ve done some really cool shows. We’ve played with St.Vincent at Prospect Park, which was awesome because I live across from Prospect Park.

AEO: Is there a certain place or festival you dream of performing?
Ellis: I’d love to play Primavera Sound in Spain. That festival is sort of known as one of the most fun places to play. In terms of a headline show but Barclay’s Center or Madison Square Garden would be a real thrill. Maybe someday!

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AEO: You’ve toured with and played with other big names like the Arctic Monkeys. What are some things you take away from playing with or opening for other bands?
Ellis: When I started the band, I wasn’t even thinking about it being a touring band. I really just wanted to make a record. It’s been a cool and unexpected thing that now that we tour all the time, we get to see all these bands up close and play with them. I found my musical influences have really opened up. I know contemporary music a lot better than when I started the band. After playing with Alt-J, I basically have all of their music memorized. Stuff sort of seeps in here and there, when you pick up a nice harmonic motion or an interesting live thing that they’ll do. You pick those things up along the way, and that’s what makes you a complete and professional band.

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AEO: Considering now that you’re an eight-piece, touring band, it’s interesting that you only wanted to make an album when you first started. How did you get to where you are now as an ensemble?
Ellis: When I wrote the first record, because I wasn’t thinking of it as a touring band, I basically just wrote for whatever I wanted. I’d have, like, all these horns and strings. My background is in writing instrumental music. I studied classical music in college, so I knew how to do that stuff. Our label said I had to figure out how to make this thing work on the road. From there, I whittled it down from twenty-two musicians to eight, which is still a huge band, but it’s the minimal number of instruments you can bring and still make this music sound big and lush. That process was when it turned from a solo project to a real band.

AEO: Is there anyone you’d love to perform or collaborate with in the future?
Ellis: If we’re talking pipe dreams, I’d love to play with Paul Simon. He’s always been someone I’ve looked up to. It would be cool not only from a personal standpoint but also an historical standpoint. I’d be playing with someone who’s really done so much for music.

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AEO: Were you friends with the other band members before this?
Ellis: Allen, who sings lead guy vocals, and I have been really close since we were fifteen. We met at a summer songwriting/music camp at Berklee College of Music, actually. The brass players I knew from college, and everyone else I recruited when I got to New York.

AEO: When you’re creating music now, do you write as a whole band or are you still mainly doing the writing?
Ellis: I still do all the writing because it’s sort of how we started. There’s a little more room in the live show for people taking liberties. Everyone kind of knows the structure of the band, and it kind of eliminates that drama where everyone has a song.

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AEO: Do you know you want to feature a specific instrument or does that happen organically for you?
Ellis: At this point I know the musical personalities of all these people. Often we’ll be learning and practicing a new song, and I’ll just be like, “Hey Steve (who’s the sax player), I’m thinking of extending this part a little bit, could you do something like a low growl?” and then it develops into a groove. That’s how the second half of our song Parasites was born.

AEO: Could you speak to how you feel San Fermin is different from other bands?
Ellis: One thing that really makes us stand out is that I write the parts but I don’t sing. That’s kind of weird in the indie world. People are used to staring at the singer thinking they wrote the songs. Because I write the songs and stand off to the side by the keyboard, audiences are little more interested in watching the whole thing. It’s a little more equal that way.

AEO: Speaking of forming the band, how did you come up with the name San Fermin?
Ellis: It’s actually the name of the running of the bulls festival in Pamplona. I like the image of running from something, it resonates with me, especially when you’re running from something that you put yourself in the way of. You’re running from something just because you want to.

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AEO: What inspired you to be a musician?
Ellis: When I was in high school, I had a string of very unsuccessful bands – a metal band, a cover band. I played classical piano on the side but I didn’t tell any of my friends because I thought it was kind of nerdy. When I got to college I tried to put that stuff together. I started writing arrangements for my bands and use my skills as a musician with my desire to write songs. That’s when I thought I could do this as a real job.

AEO: Do you have any advice for someone who wants to get into music?
Ellis: Treat music like it is your job, not something you do after whatever it is you do to make money. When I was in school, I would write music before I would do my homework. Think of it as your profession even before you’re making money doing that, because otherwise it can take a backseat to whatever else you’re doing, and suddenly you’ll have missed your shot.

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AEO: Are you starting to work on your next album now as you’re touring?
Ellis: I’m actually waiting on purpose. I’ll probably start writing in the spring. In the meantime, I’ve been writing other music like orchestra pieces and ballets. When I come back to the band, I’ll have a fresh slate.

AEO: The band recently released “No Devil.” Tell us more about the inspiration behind the song.
Ellis: That’s the one song I’ve written since the last album came out. We were on the road, and that song sort of has a road feeling to it. Whenever I’m gone on tour, I find that I start feeling guilty about being away from home. It’s about thinking I’m running from some demon but it’s alright, it’s okay to be doing what I’m doing.

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AEO: Do you have a funny or embarrassing moment on tour?
Ellis: I hold this moment very dear to my heart. We were playing in Paris, and we walked on stage and our trumpet player John had a habit of raising his arms as we walked on stage. He was one of the first guys on stage as we walked out, immediately tripped on a monitor and went sprawling across the stage. He landed on all the guitar equipment. It was truly horrendous. We couldn’t start the show for at least a minute because we were all laughing.

AEO: How would you describe your on-stage presence?
Ellis: If you’ve only hear the recordings, the live show is surprisingly active. It’s a really energetic show. The brass players are jumping around and going out into the audience. It’s engaging and complicated because there’s always something going on. I try to stay to the side and let the live show be a moment for everyone else in the band. I like to think of myself as Larry from School of Rock. The shy keyboardist. That’s me.

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AEO: Can you describe the band’s everyday #AEOSTYLE?
Ellis: It’s definitely evolved. When we first started the only word you could give it is “scattered.” Everyone came into it with their own look. At this point, we generally wear dark colors, a lot of black. Some navy and dark greens. The girls tend to be more adventurous. Charlene wears a lot of jumpsuits. Rebekah has some really cool leather dresses. Allen has a lot of very small patterned t-shirts and denim overshirts. I generally wear a black denim jacket, a black t-shirt and black skinny jeans. When you’re on the road it helps to have layers.

Don’t forget to check out San Fermin’s Holiday Playlist online & listen for their picks in stores! Let us know your favorite San Fermin song in the comments below.

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Music Monday: November 2015 Playlist

Can you believe its November? Either can we! To bring in the new month, we’re celebrating with new sound that includes some of our favorite artists. Check out the playlist below and be sure to follow us on Spotify to gain access to all of our playlists.

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  1. Nobody to Love- Alex Newell
  2. Chains of Love- The Arcs
  3. Put Your Number In My Phone- Ariel Pink
  4. All The Other Girls- Avid Dancer
  5. Sun Is Shining- Axwell^Ingrosso
  6. Change- Chainsmokers Remix- Banks
  7. Elevator Music- Beck
  8. Break A Sweat- Becky G
  9. No No No- Beirut
  10. The Party Line- Belle & Sebastian
  11. I Can Change – Kill Them With Colour Remix- Brandon Flowers
  12. Oh No- Bring Me The Horizon
  13. Class Historian- BRONCHO
  14. Hella- Cayucas
  15. Never Ending Circles- CHVRCHES
  16. Tonight- Coasts
  17. Debbie Downer- Courtney Barnett
  18. Breaker- Deerhunter
  19. Ocean Drive- Duke Dumont
  20. Safest Place- Echosmith
  21. Firefly- Bravado Dubstep Remix- Ed Sheeran
  22. 40 Watt- ELEL
  23. Good Times- Ella Eyre
  24. On My Mind- Ellie Goulding
  25. Something In The Way You Move- Ellie Goulding
  26. We Need Love- Family Of The Year
  27. Night Swimmers- Foals
  28. Call- Francesco Yates
  29. Blackout- Frankie
  30. Runaway (U & I)- Galantis
  31. First Time- Ghost Beach
  32. Till Sunrise- Goldroom, Mammals
  33. Imagination- Gorgon City, Katy Menditta
  34. Delerious- Grace Potter
  35. Love Myself- Hailee Steinfeld
  36. Turn Your Love- Half Moon Run
  37. Cash Flow- The Heirs
  38. How Do I Know- Here We Go Magic
  39. Sedona (Live from SXSW) – Houndmouth
  40. How I Want Ya- Hudson Thames
  41. Shots- Broiler Remix- Imagine Dragons
  42. Look At You- Jaill
  43. As Time Goes- Jr. Jr. 
  44. Jump- Kate Earl
  45. Here for You- Kygo, Ella Henderson
  46. Don’t Wanna Be Anywhere- La Luz
  47. Higher- Lia Ices
  48. Diamond- Lighting Dust
  49. Best Thing- machineheart
  50. Don’t Wait- Benny Blanco Remix- Mapei
  51. Can Hear The Trains Coming- Mathieu Santos
  52. Don’t Look Down- Matt Pond PA
  53. Year Zero- Moon Taxi
  54. Annie- Neon Indian
  55. Say My Name- ODEZA, Zyra
  56. Six Weeks- Of Monsters and Men
  57. Big Trouble- Outasight
  58. Crave- Parachute
  59. Freedom- Pharrell Williams
  60. Locked Away- R. City, Adam Levine
  61. Can’t Forget You- RAC, Chelsea Lankes
  62. Friends- Raury, Tom Morello
  63. Hurrican- The Royal Concept
  64. Jackrabbit- San Fermin
  65. Sober- Selena Gomez
  66. Can’t Be Your Superman- Skylar Spence 
  67. Want To Believe- Superhumanoids
  68. Let It Happen- Tame Impala
  69. WILD- Troye Sivan
  70. At Night in Dreams- White Denim
  71. Dim The Lights- Wild Ones
  72. Mr. Quiche- Wildcat! Wildcat!
  73. Not a One- The Young Wild

What do you want to hear on our Midnight Madness or December playlist? Tell us in the comments below!

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#AEOSTYLE Roundup: Austin City Limits

As the end of October  quickly approaches, we want to take a minute to reflect on how awesome the 2015 festival season was. Our festival tour ended with Austin City Limits two weeks ago, and we couldn’t have picked a better way to finish out the year. We loved everything about ACL Fest and Austin: the food, performances and, of course, fashion were all on point. Naturally, we’re recapping our favorite ACL looks featuring #AEOSTYLE. Check out all the photos below, and get some inspiration for next year (because we know you’re already planning!).

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Welcome to Texas!

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ACL, we miss you already.

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Spotted: #AEOSTYLE.

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Rock out in the AEO Buffalo Graphic T-Shirt.

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If you didn’t wear AEO Hi Rise Festival Shorties, did you even go to a music festival?

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Get crazy in our AEO Denim Western Shirt. Don’t forget the festival shorties!

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But really – festival shorties are a must.

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We loved the way our AEO Wool Feather Panama Hat brought out the colors in the AEO Patterned Cami.

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Music festivals are the perfect venue to make a statement in bold patterns.

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Keep a flannel around your waist in case the weather gets chilly (or you could always cozy up with a friend!).

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Double trouble in #AEOSTYLE.

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Peace, love and AEO plaids.

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We saw wide brim hats all over Austin!

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All the fringe. All the festival feels.

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Wrap up the night in a blanket poncho.

How do you wear #AEOSTYLE? Tell us in the comments below or show us using #AEOSTYLE on Instagram and Twitter, and we’ll see you during the 2016 festival circuit!

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