If you're trying to figure out what to wear to Jazz Fest, keep it cool with "what-a melon" the new print for the Jazz Fest clothing by BayouWear brand tropical clothing.
The watermelon pieces create geometric magic with overlapping colorful abstract patterns served on a relic of a bygone era - a newspaper.
Of course because the watermelon is locally grown, it's only natural that their seeds spread in a pattern of fleur-de-lis on the clothing with buttons cast from hand-sculpted seeds providing closure on this year’s shirts.
The "what-a-melon" attire comes in a number of different styles including a button down collar shirt, a dress, skirt, camisole, apron, and even an umbrella.
Since this is Jazz Fest's 45th anniversary there are also a number of other t-shirts marking the milestone, and all of this year’s Jazz Fest attire will be for sale every day, both weekends, at the Fair Grounds, or you can order them online by clicking here.