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Posted at 4:00 PM ET, 01/31/2011

Lists: The four best outfits we saw at the DMV Bounce Beat Teen Awards

By Chris Richards

bounce beatFans exalting at the D.C. Armory, Saturday night. (All photos by Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

We didn't have space in today's Washington Post to really get into how well dressed the audience was at Saturday's DMV Bounce Beat Teen Awards. But photographer Kyle Gustafson still took plenty crowd shots from the D.C. Armory stage and we wanted to share them on Click Track. Three great outfits that eluded Gustafson's lens -- and one that didn't...

1. The girl that connected her ear and nose piercings with a pearl necklace.

2. The dude in tight blue sweat suit and the purple turban.

3. 808, the bassist from Reaction Band, shirtless with fur guitar strap.

4. The guy in bright red overalls holding the "Oy!" poster, pictured above.

Check out more photos of Saturday's crowd, after the jump.

bounce beatFans typed their neighborhoods on cell phones and passed them to the stage in hopes of getting a shout out.



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By Chris Richards  | January 31, 2011; 4:00 PM ET
Categories:  Lists  | Tags:  bounce beat  
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