Since 1991, Lollapalooza has been exposing the masses to some of the best artists of our time. Over the weekend, musicians, models, and eager concert-goers donned their best festival attire and headed to Chicago's Grant Park to listen to a diverse lineup that included mainstays such as The Strokes, Cypress Hill, and Erykah Badu as well as newcomers Foxy Shazam, Warpaint, and Stars.

Not surprisingly with temps skyrocketing into the 80's, practical ensembles reigned supreme during the three music-filled days. These came in the form of easy rompers, louche sundresses, and cutoff jean shorts. And while most of the women we stopped were excited to see Lady Gaga perform (with Phoenix and Cut Copy running a close second and third respectively), there was no matching her over the top style. The "Bad Romance" singer's ongoing parade of iconic outfits included a black corset smeared in fake blood, a purple leopard print leotard, and a matching fishnet top and bottoms with star tassels (naturally).

Take a look at some of the more, erm, appropriate rock n' roll looks.