Weekend Two of Coachella has officially come to a close. While everyone is still buzzing about Nicki Minaj’s surprise appearance during Drake’s set, we’re taking a look back at the glorious festival fashion that took place over the past two weeks. From floral maxis to super short denim cutoffs, we saw our fair share of modern day hippie couture. And let’s just say some executed the tousled hair-fringed everything combo more effortlessly than others.
We’re talking street style looks that are completely unique. It’s these outfits from the music festival scene that we’re taking inspiration from and incorporating into our spring wardrobes. We could use a dose of boho magic in our lives.
On paper, this look shouldn’t work: Jean bermuda shorts, a triangle bikini top under a suede vest, and snakeskin booties. But it’s her relaxed sort of approach that makes us want to spring for a pair of distressed boyfriend shorts for our spring wardrobes. Possessing an edgy statement necklace is next on our to-do list.
Cody Simpson & Gigi Hadid
After this year’s festival, it’s clear that these two are the reigning Coachella king and queen. Her high-slit dress is actually a long tee that she styled with a white bodysuit underneath and cinched with a thick leather belt. She topped off the look with a patterned headwrap and dainty ankle bracelet. We’re already planning how to duplicate the look on our next tropical getaway.
Bella Thorne had such a wide range of stunning looks that we couldn’t choose just one. Printed bell bottoms with a clean peasant crop top and stacks of bracelets? Yes please. A gorgeously flowing maxi dress and well-placed flower crown? We’ll take two. This is Coachella style at its best. And she looks like she’s having so much fun in cutoffs and cowboy boots that we almost forgot her look might be better placed at Stagecoach this weekend. We’re just going to cross our fingers that she’ll attend that festival as well.
The girls of Haim made a surprise appearance during Jenny Lewis’ set, and we couldn’t be happier to see their blend of cool girl styles once again at Coachella. Here, they posed for the Vanity Fair portrait sessions between stage hopping. Our spring shopping list definitely includes denim cutoffs, flowing blouses, and embellished minis.
English model Daisy Lowe was a show stopper in this floor-length floral dress. The cutouts around her hips led to an open back silhouette for one of the classiest daytime looks we’ve ever witnessed on the Polo Grounds. We’re investing in big, bold florals and cap sleeve maxis this season.
This American model sported crochet with the utmost class in this burnt orange dress accessorized by minimal gold jewelry. Her Rag and Bone booties are just the icing on the cake. The look is clean, no-fuss, and totally something you can pull off!
We can’t forget our favorite fashion bloggers who stunned at the fest, including Shea Marie of Peace, Love, Shea who inspired us with two very different takes on flare pants. From her bell bottom jeans paired with chunky flatforms to her unforgettable gingham flares, we’re ready to try out the trend now!
Liz Cherkasova of Late Afternoon wowed with another great example of how to style a peasant top for spring. Go bold in vivid hues on top and keep it clean on bottom with a flowing, lacy midi skirt. Hot weather fashion perfection.
Aside from all the models and celebs, some of our fave looks were from the festival-goers, taken by street style photographers, like this one that was captured for Nylon magazine. The denim romper features a high neck, thin straps, and large front pockets. It’s the epitome of 70s style and we need it in our closet now!
Another outfit captured for Nylon is inspiring us to dig into our closets for a printed Hawaiian shirt, tie it at the hem, and pair it with distressed denim cutoffs. It’s a quick and effortless spring ensemble!
We have Vogue to thank for capturing this street style look that’s currently inspiring us hard! Her monochrome army green romper paired with a mini leather backpack and rose lips is bound to be our new spring go-to.