#1: Denim jacket and miniskirt
A classic denim jacket and miniskirt combination can never go wrong – take it up a notch by opting for bold red instead of the usual blue shade. Add an interesting detail, for example, by wearing a logo belt as a necklace. Finish off with heeled boots, or for extra comfort, a sleek pair of sneakers works too.
#2: Statement dress
A bright, cherry dress is breezy, comfortable and effortlessly stylish. Dress it up with a bunch of standout accessories, like a convenient and practical belt bag. Add some contrast and pair the dress with chunky Dr. Martens brogues.
#3: Floral pants
Invoke that 70s, carefree hippie vibe by rocking a pair of loose, floral pants. These bottoms, besides being super comfy, also has the added advantage of being very versatile. Wear with any top you like, and a pair of cool, platform oxfords will help to elongate your legs too.
#4: Fringe jacket
For a fail-safe outfit formula, go for basics like a white shirt and a denim miniskirt, paired with timeless white sneakers. To make the outfit a tad more interesting, throw on a fringe jacket to tie the whole look together.
Coachella is known for its music, yes, but also for the slew of fashionistas who will be bringing their ultimate A-game. To stand out, don’t be afraid to go all out with eye-catching colours. Play with textures as well, by wearing a rainbow-hued top with a poofy tulle skirt.
#6: Classic combination
If you’d rather go for a more laid-back option (but still look festival-appropriate), the classic black fitted skirt and black boots combination will forever be in style. Do like streetstyle star Chiara Ferragni and wear with a distinctive top to elevate the look.
#7: All black
For the ultimate, lazy-girl look, an all-black ensemble can never go wrong. A skin-tight body suit, worn with black jeans and comfy black sneakers, looks stylish but is completely effortless. Now go forth and enjoy the music (even if we can only do so through Spotify).
Streetstyle images: Showbit.com
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