Coachella 2017

It’s that time of year again! That’s right, the infamous music and arts festival Coachella is back for its 16th consecutive year and for all you festival goers, we’ve got the fashion tips and trends to make this experience a totally epic one.

Featuring an incredible annual line-up, it’s not only the music that takes centre stage. Fans flock for the fashion and if you haven’t picked your statement style then its time to start planning now! Boho vibes, biker inspo and vintage pieces stand out from the crowd, when less is more and more is just not enough!

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If you love a vintage throw back then these pieces are for you! Distressed, moth bitten and oversized, Coachella’s all about those vintage vibes. All the classics including well-loved washes and denim cut-offs, think op shops and market stalls with a cool modern edge.

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Located in the Coachella desert valley, the temperatures get hot during the day and a little chilly after the sun sets. Why not get a little patriotic with a grungy biker jacket or skinny leather pants!

Not sure where to look? Anine Bing is our pick for the girls with her cool LA roots, and for the guys, you can’t go past The People Vs with their trashed and treated aesthetic. If there was ever a time and place to overdose on leather then this is it! Add a few studs and aviators and you’re totally set!

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If you want to be part of the Boho tribe then think big with bold prints and flowing silhouettes. This trend is all about the detail with intricate lace work, cut-outs, and accessorising for the guys. Stick to loose lines to keep cool during those long days in the sun, comfort is key, while layering will become your new found love.

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