It’s officially festival season. Sadly, one of the most popular festivals Coachella has come and gone, but we are left with fading flash tats, ringing eardrums, and memories that will last forever. Or, as in our case on the East Coast, we make do with enviously looking at our west coast friends’ or celebs’ Instagram posts and rating who looked the best at the event. Here is our list of the best-dressed celebs at Coachella 2015.
We’ve been obsessing over her newly dyed hair. If anyone can rock a pink bob, she can. The professional dancer, actress, and singer complemented her new look with a Zimmerman romper, Kate Spade sunglasses, and some camel booties. Did we mention we want to be her?
The Modern Family actress looked like the typical Coachella girl in her matching crop top set from Mink Pink, oversized shades, hippy accessories, and of course a flower crown. Our favorite thing about the whole outfit, though, is the unexpected pop of color from her neon bralette underneath her boho chic ensemble.
As the daughter of musician Lenny Kravitz, how could you not be seen as the epitome of cool? The 26-year-old upped the edge factor by wearing a UNIF plaid romper, black platform combat boots from the same company, and a metallic choker. We’re loving the feminine-yet-grungy look.
The actress has always been known for her impeccable boho style at Coachella, and this year was no different. We love how she went the more sophisticated route, pairing a LWD with an embroidered jacket, custom studded boots, and a Coach mini bag.
All white was a definite theme at Coachella.The heiress paired a white bikini top with a flirty midi skirt, flats, oversized shades, and the cutest accessory of all, silver kitten ears. The headband by Flower Children Only was a staple of all of Paris’ outfits throughout the weekend.
Who said women have to be the only ones to show off their festival style at Coachella? We’ve decided to give the men some props, too. The Flying Tomato ditched his usually flowing hair and snowboard attire for an all-white cuffed jean and t-shirt ensemble. Not sure if he’s trying to make a joke about his last name, but the Olympic athlete certainly made it work.