Coachella Style Stalking
The highly anticipated “festival fashion” post is here. Let us assure you, ladies and gents, we saw some damn good outfits and were able to capture most of them – but this was not without effort. Bloggers seem to hate the term “style stalking,” but let’s be honest here, it’s what you have to do. We had to actively flag down some of these guys and gals to snap a pic. Beer in hand? Put it down. Alesso spinning? He could wait. Check out the fruits of our labor: BEST OUTFITS
Simple colors and interesting details…loving the chain harness, aztec shoulder bag, headscarf, neon frames and chambray cutoff shirt!
Spotted: Madewell model at Neon Indian…not really but maybe. We’re in love with her ombre hair, Panama hat, polka dotted dress and trench.
Model material in creepers, cutoffs and a bra-exposing blouse.
This gorgeous dress needs no embellishment. That denim/mustard combo is oh-so-classy.
This sweet photographer snapped our pics two out of the three days! But of course, we couldn’t resist taking one of her too. She rocks a quirky ensemble of denim on denim. And hey girl, if you see this, send us the pics of us you took too!
This adorable duo in similar black ensembles looked so effortlessly chic. Love this lady’s floppy hat!
These ladies DIY’ed their floral headpieces and paired them with romantic frocks. Where can we get some???
Spotted: Cutie at the Beer Garden looking a little touristy with his backpack, but also quite sophisticated in a blue button-down and khaki shorts.
Easy and understated cutoffs and a crop top – it’s difficult to pull this look off without “trying too hard” but she totally nails it. Love those Steve Madden Perrin boots girl!!
These girls had us the second we spotted their tights.
Neutral colors can be so underrated, especially in unique patterns like these.
One of our favorite festival looks – pair a leo or swimsuit under cutoffs and a flannel. So sexy, so simple, so grunge.
Gypsy-like in a bold black floppy hat, loose woven black duster, and an asymmetrical hemline.
A little bit of hip hop mixed with some grunge and a dash of Cali surfer.
What a great looking couple. Loving the leopard contrasted with the semi-sheer maxi.
This woman looked SO effing chick in a Zara snakeskin print maxi with a side-slit.
Blogger Emma Arnold of Tres Awesome looked tres awesome in a knotted top, slim skirt, and boots. She snapped our photos but we couldn’t help ourselves — we wanted one of her too!
What a rad maxi skirt…loving how the leopard print mismatches her leopard backpack!
This girl is a grunge goddess! The waist-knotted shirt, American flag scarf, wide leg pants, and ombre hair give such a laid-back, effortless vibe.
Neon side satchel and Jesse Jo x Vans cutoffs. SOLD.
Y’all a bunch of cuties. Boys take note…this is how it’s done in Cali.
Slouchy sweater and chiffon maxi skirt is a pretty foolproof combo; we dig her neutral color choices.
The fur vest can still work in warmer climates if it remains the focal point of the outfits – easy on accessories and other layers.
A fabulous trio reppin’ fresh colors and prints. Love the round sunnies.
How cute is this chick? High-waisted cutoffs paired with a bikini top and kimono…might have to copy this outfit soon.
Standing out from the crowd in all black is hard to do – not for this lady. Seriously digging the hat.
Found this cutie in the medical tent (I assure you there was nothing wrong with us and we are all perfectly fine, though hands were sanitized while we were there).
Okay so we have a crush. Who happens to dress REALLY well. Meet Oliver Correa of URB Magazine who snapped our photo for their site.
Mishka eyeball hat. We’ll take two!
Fur tails were apparently huge at Coachella this year. We spotted one on this guy FIRST.
Love how fringe complements the way you move.
Backpacks were all over….especially aztec prints.
Back details are just as important as front! Of course we are loving the chain harness and cool horizontal straps on these ladies.
Taking the iconic “hipster wolf tee” to a whole new level.
A lovely milkmaid-esque braid updo.
This same girl had some lovely bangles and fresh polish. We had to capture her from another angle.
It was an unbelievably difficult feat to capture this girl’s Navajo breastplate in the midst of Sebastian Ingrosso…but once we spotted her we had to snap a pic!
NEED this hat. Spikes and studs just scream Rusted Rev.
And if you had difficulty finding something to wear at Coachella, you could always just go with a no-brainer: NO PANTS.
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Last Coachella post coming your way soon — it’s all about the music.