3 years ago
It’s been about a week since Coachella has been over, and although the withdrawals are starting to go away, I can’t help but be reminiscent on all the fun that was had! Not only is the Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival a huge musical event in Indio, California, it’s also a global fashion event that’s covered by lots of magazines and blogs. The music was amazing as always, but it was also really cool to see everybody in their own interpretations of festival wear. As expected, shorts, dresses, crop tops, floppy hats, and sunglasses were the staple items to everyone’s outfits. Take me back to Coachella now!
The music festival seems to bring the inner flower child out of all of us, hence all of the flower crowns not too different from Lana Del Rey’s in ‘Born to Die’. Everyone is extremely friendly and chill, which makes it so much fun to people watch since everybody is busy doing their own thing and having a good time. Besides the floral accessories, maxi slit dresses and loose skirts were a common sight on many girls. They were perfect for keeping cool during the day but still having some coverage during the cool desert nights. The weather can be a bit tricky to dress for since it’s extremely hot during the day (good weather this year!) and quite cool in the evening time. Strategic layering is key—I made sure that all my outfits for all three days were as minimal as possible with every piece serving a purpose.