Coachella Girls

Though I've never been to Coachella, I can only imagine the effervescent feeling of dancing in glitter and smoke wearing my favorite bandanas and Ray-bans. Before, I had decided that I didn't care for Coachella, or music festivals at all-- Too dusty, hazy, drug-y. However, the fashion scene? I meannn. 

Oh, Indio.

Should I ever find myself in the desert, I hope to run into a few fashion personalities:

the ‘come get me’ goddess

Strung head to toe with frothy, feminine garb, the 'come-get-me' goddess is a festival-goer's dream gal. Usually with loosely curled hair falling below her shoulders, the goddess naturally gravitates to not-too-tight ultra femme dresses, vests, scarves, and palazzo pants, like a fabric cloud around her body. Her look is only made complete with rose-colored lenses and plenty of metallic accessories i.e. ear cuffs + bangles to boot.

          IMAGE VIA SPELL & THE GYPSY COLLECTIVE

          IMAGE VIA SPELL & THE GYPSY COLLECTIVE

                                    IMAGE VIA VRAI & ORO

                                    IMAGE VIA VRAI & ORO

                                     IMAGE VIA YACAMIM

                                     IMAGE VIA YACAMIM

THE FREE + FEMME SPIRIT

The epitome of long-hair-don't-care, the free and femme spirit gal switches up her look between sprite and sex kitten, with a desert flair. Patterns from paisley to polka dots, she sports hats and bandanas and scarves and belts like nobody's business. I picture this Coachella goer with a group of gal pals filling their Snapchat story full of pretty prints + soulful singing.

                            IMAGE VIA TIME OUT LONDON

                            IMAGE VIA TIME OUT LONDON

          IMAGE VIA SPELL & THE GYPSY COLLECTIVE

          IMAGE VIA SPELL & THE GYPSY COLLECTIVE

THE VINTAGE VIXEN

Jimi Hendrix would be so proud. The vintage vixen keeps her threads cool and her attitude cooler. A compilation of beading, fringe, leather, and suede, this southwestern belle capitalizes on the sepia tone of the desert with thoughtful accessories like turquoise and silver stacked on her fingers and strung on her wrists. Her #squad more than likely features similar looks, some more urban with a hip-hop tone, others capitalizing L in ladylike. 

                                                      IMAGE VIA REFINERY 29

                                                      IMAGE VIA REFINERY 29

                                              IMAGE VIA LEVI'S

                                              IMAGE VIA LEVI'S

Any other style personas I'm missing? Let me know in the comments below! What are your favorite festival styles?