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Lolla's Hottest Fashion Trend Friday? Sleeves

GRANT PARK — Here's what sweater weather looks like at Lollapalooza. 

Hockey sweaters largely replaced the typical throwback NBA jerseys seen at summer music festivals with Friday's fall-like temperatures in Grant Park. 

While many Lolla-goers still felt it right to bare arms, many others donned long sleeves with Friday night's temperatures expected not to exceed 70 degrees. 

The forecast calls for a chilly August night, but many festival attendees came very prepared. Here's a sample of some of Friday's more notable looks:


Allie LeBlanc repping her native Houston with a NASA spacesuit. [All photos by DNAinfo/David Matthews]


Daniel Morales brought his floral overalls to Lollapalooza on Friday.


Anissa Fierke of Kenosha, Wis. says she bought this sweatshirt at Wal-Mart.


Henry Schmidt from north suburban Libertyville calls this getup his "rager suit."


Claudia from Midway calls this a "holographic jacket."


Associating yourself with Russia isn't cool when you're holding national public office, but this national team sweater suits Luke Kraus of suburban Tinley Park.


Arely Monreal (left) and Jessica Diaz (right), both from Boston, respectively used the Mexican and Colombian national flags to stay warm.


Mid-2000s NHL sweaters were the new 1990s NBA jersey Friday at Lolla. Here's Haley Hrosic of Valparaiso, Ind. repping an Evgeni Malkin Penguins jersey. 


Ariana Munez is keeping a clean silhouette with matching burgundy pants and jacket.


Tristin Rojeck of Dexter, Mich. repping Team Canada. 

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