The best Coachella street style
This season’s bohemian trend was made for music festivals. This year, the style at Coachella finally felt fresh again, after a few too many years of floral crowns and denim short-shorts.
Here’s the best Coachella street style:
From her perfect beachy waves to her gypsy belt, Gigi Hadid looks like a boho queen. Bonus points for incorporating this season’s fringe trend.
With her matching crop top and midi skirt, this girl’s vintage-inspired outfit looks like something a 1950s housewife would wear on vacation. Modern accessories – a leather, mahogany-coloured backpack and some bold blue kicks – keep the look fresh and modern.
Rocking braids, a retro dress and perfectly white socks and sneakers, this girl would be at home on the set of Beverly Hills, 90210. If you ever doubted that the ’90s are back in a big way, let this outfit be your proof.
Okay, Daisy Dukes are something of a festival cliché. But this stylish lady wears them in an unexpected way, forgoing the classic crop top in favour of an oversized Hawaiian shirt and extreme cat-eye sunnies.
Of course fashion blogging titan Chiara Ferragni would go high-fashion boho for Coachella. She wears her oversized hat at the just the right angle, her crop top and skater skirt set show off her toned body while still looking sophisticated, and her bag looks like a hippie student’s messenger bag – until you notice it’s Chanel.
This girl does the boho trend in a totally wearable way. By sticking to neutral shades and simple shapes, she makes a fringed skirt and gladiator sandals that lace up nearly to the knee look like complete classics.
When you’re the rare pale girl in SoCal, why not embrace it? From her platinum strands to her cream-coloured suit, this girl makes looking ghostly seem incredibly glamorous.
These stylish friends should be the poster girls for Coachella! In bohemian prints and laidback silhouettes, they look like they’re having fun, not agonizing over their outfits.
British model Daisy Lowe’s maxi is special because of its structure. It’s less slouchy than your average maxi dress, flattering her body.
Kate Bosworth shows us how to look bohemian and pulled-together at the same time. Her jacket is structured, but its eccentric trim gives a nod to festival style. Her boots are like a hybrid between festival-friendly cowboy boots and a city-girl ankle booties.