Governors Ball 2015 brought the chicest of festival-goers: New Yorkers. Instead of basic crops, floral prints and tribal headdresses, ladies dawned their best leather jackets with sunglasses as the must-have statement piece. Between catching our favorite galore girls Charli XCX and Lana Del Rey, we scoured Randall’s Island to find our favorite festival street-style looks. Get some major outfit inspiration from these 15 badass babes from Gov Ball NYC.
Shannon Kurlander hails from the blazing desert of Tucson, Arizona and now calls NYC home. When she's not writing about women conquering the music industry, she's conquering it herself at Baby's All Right, Elvis Guesthouse, Terrorbird Media and with her own music. Follow Shannon on Instagram and Twitter .
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