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So after viewing a lot of Coachella street style snaps this week, I have to say the outfits up above are definitely a few of my favorites. I’m a little heartbroken to admit this, but the outfits this year didn’t really live up to my expectations. The fashion this festival wasn’t at all terrible, just very redundant. Flower crown after flower crown after flower crown… after flower crown. There’s only so much you can take. Which is why I chose the first picture as one of my favorites, because it takes your typical “festival uniform” and places some individuality and creativity behind it, and the butterflies are seriously gorgeous.
Robert Geller SS13
There once was a time when matching your shoes to your bag was considered a fashion faux pas, but this spring it’s all about the head to toe monochromatic look in bright bold colors and classic neutrals. It’s undoubtedly one of the easiest ways to look put together without trying too hard. However, if worn the wrong way this look can become gaudy fast. If you’re a little unsure about the look and fear a possible outcome of resembling a highlighter, here are 3 tips to try:
- Mix different shades of the same color.
- Mix in different materials together.
- Off set with neutral shoes and accessories to balance the look.
With the beginning of summer festivals starting, I thought this would be the perfect time to post a D.I.Y henna tattoo tutorial. Everyone’s used to seeing the henna paired with a lot of bohemian styles, but I absolutely love how Rihanna makes it work so well with her high fashion street wear.
Ways to wear it:
- Decorate your thigh and pair it with a high slit maxi skirt
- Decorate your hand and stack on multiple rings like Rihanna
- Decorate your ankles and foot and pair it with a tie dye boho maxi dress
Knee high gladiators are pretty much the unofficial shoe of summer. Every notable celebrity and fashion blogger has been snapped in a pair, a favorite among them being Tom Ford’s metallic gladiators that will leave you drooling, but with a price tag of $3.690 that will leave you screaming. Fortunately, the above gold gladiators offer the same shimmer of Fords for just a fraction of the price. Check out the links below for more super affordable gladiator dupes.
Shop the trend below.
The gold gladiators for $51.30 here
Griz looking super crisp in mesh on mesh.
- Cap : Dimpiece Mesh Cap
- Shirt : Under Armor
- Shorts : Nike
- Shoes : Classic Reebok
Kavita of She Wears Fashion, killing it in camel.
Eugenie Grey of Feral Creature puts a different (and refreshing) spin on her Coachella outfit, straying away from the boho fringes and feathered earrings that usually litter the festival. Instead she opts for a mixture of light weight iridescent materials and one of the most kick ass unicorn clutches I’ve ever seen.
Outfit details below:
Chili Beans “Mermaid Dreams” sunglasses. AGAIN Collection dress. Boda Skins moto. Chicwish clutch. Missguided belt. Love Stylize necklace & cuff. Capwell+Co ring. La Moda shoes.
I’m not sure why but I’ve always had a little bit of a weird obsession with snake accessories, which is why I was so excited when I stumbled across these DIY’S from lovemaegan.
The gold serpent shoes are absolutely to die for, and the matching belt is the cherry on top of everything.
All that’s needed:
- Gold metallic spray paint (Home Depot) -$6.19
- Crazy rubber snake (Any dollar store)
- Heels with an ankle strap to spray paint (if you don’t already have a pair Forever21 has this pair for 29.80
- Crazy glue