Coachella 2017: The Best Dressed of the Desert Festival

This weekend saw the first three days of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which included incredible music performances from the likes of Radiohead, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar amongst many others. But besides the entertainment values, the festival in Palm Springs is massively popular for the fashion that is donned by the attendees, in particularly the famous. After seeing a wave of photos from the weekend posted on social media, I’ve decided to share with you my choice of the Coachella 2017 best dressed.

Tanya Burr

I think Tanya’s simple look is so pretty and also really achievable to be recreated on a high street budget.  The skater dress is perfect for dancing and moving around in, without causing too much of a fuss. Of course, denim jackets have been making a big comeback, especially in the faded blue colour. I’m also in love with the simple 90s choker that Tan has chosen to accessorise with.

Vanessa Hudgens

AKA the Queen of Coachella. Vanessa rocks many looks over the three day festival, but it’s this dress that caught my eye. I love the fact that it’s so bold and floral, which are perfect trends if you want to make a statement in your outfit. Because of the dress being such a statement, there’s not much need for accessorising, so I applaud V’s choice of just wearing some big earrings and a few small bracelets.

Josephine Skriver

Model, Josephine Skriver, looked so pretty in this baby blue number. With Coachella literally taking place in a desert, a bralette and shorts is probably a good call (so long as you wear a lot of sun screen!) I’m also a big fan of the tint in her sunglasses matching the outfit, too. There’s a lot of thought in such a simple outfit.

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Sunday's Style Steal: Halsey

Sunday Style Steal Halsey

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It’s time for another Sunday’s Style Steal! This person, a lot of you may not be aware of this artist but she’s someone that my friends all seem to really love and I think her style is pretty awesome and great to recreate. Halsey is an American music artist from Washington and follows the style of the indie pop genre and was the most talked about person online during South by Southwest (SXSW) 2015.

The outfit I’m focusing on is from an Instagram post of her winning an award recently. I think it’s a great summer look for parties that aren’t formal or just an edgy but simple look to wear out and about.

Halsey

 

 

Halsey’s top is pretty simple and is a ribbed crop cami from Topshop for £6. However, you can get a vest like this from pretty much anywhere and there’s a good chance you already own one!

ribbed crop cami

The main focus on Halsey’s outfit is her bright yellow  pelmet skirt. You can get the exact from Topshop for £36. It’s definitely ideal for summer and bringing out the bold colours but allowing you to wear black if that’s a colour you like to wear a lot. It could make up a numerous amount of skirt-vest outfits for the summer and if you’re daring with your colours, it’s something I’d recommend even if you weren’t trying to recreate this look.

 

yellow skirt

 

 

 

Halsey’s hat is a pork pie hat and is again from Topshop for £18. These hats are nothing new to the world of fashion trends, but is a much loved accessory for both male and female.

Pork Pie Hat

 

 

Halsey wears the Jeffrey Campbell Scully Platforms from Nasty Gal for £98.56 which is a high price for most but are a designer brand. If you’re planning to get your wear out of these shoes, then they’re worth the purchase. Otherwise, I would recommend some wedged boots or any black shoe that best suits you.

Jeffrey Campbells

 

I hope you liked Sunday’s Style Steal for this week! Let me know in the comments your thoughts or if there’s anyone’s style you’d like me to recreate.

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Jazz is a Disney, tea and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for blogging. Also a proud introvert.