Coachella this year just looked simply wonderful. I always look so forward to all the spectacular outfits and accessories that anyone outstanding has to wear. One person in particular for me who looked just remarkable was of course Vanessa Hudgens. She already is a huge style influence to me but her presence at Coachella just blew me away, along with many others.
Despite sadly not attending one of the most exciting events let alone festivals of the year, I have thrown together a possible outfit of my own:
This outfit consists of my fave pair of shoes, my Doc Martins in the classic cherry colour as well as my hipster fringe boots in tan from River Island. My stunning silk pink and orange high wasted hot pants from the brilliant Vera Black. An écote top through Urban Outfitters with pompoms and pretty details with gold discs and red and blue beads. With this I decided my peach shirt with lace lining and details would fit perfectly to assure the vintage style runs through the look. A colourful tapestry cosmetics case with pompoms on the zip completes the look along with my other cross-body bags. Furthermore, I have laid out ethnic jewellery that I have collected whilst visiting holiday destinations. All of these shops where I have purchased my products from excluding the jewellery are all local stores and well priced with easy self-style flexibility.
Considering Coachella is a music festival, a very cool and fashionable music festival, some bands I would have loved to have seen there (including the ones that were there) that I listen to are: Two Door Cinema Club, Crystal Fighters, Empire Of The Sun, Swim Deep, Panic! At The Disco, Chvrches, Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, Youngblood Hawke, Young Galaxy, Icona Pop, The Kooks, The Killers, Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Disclosure, New Politics, MGMT, Passion Pit, You Me At Six and Rudimental.