Coachella is widely recognised as the New York Fashion Week of music festivals and this year was no exception. For millennials, Coachella, like all music festivals nowadays, offers the chance for attendees to be creative and experimental with their personal style. We've filtered through the street style galleries to find the biggest trends that have come out of Coachella weekend 1, 2019. Pre-warning, a complete colour overload!
Boho appears at Coachella in a different form every year. Say goodbye to flower crowns and fringe leather and say hello to simple dresses which aren't too 'store bought boho' and are more free-spirited.
For a while now we've seen the reemergence of the western trend thanks to brands such as Isabel Marant and Ganni and several Coachella attendees were seen rocking a pair of cowboy boots. Other western details were also spotted including big belts, cowboy hats, leather jackets and western shirts paired with denim skirts or cut-offs. Yee-Ha!
Spotted on Canadian Tuxedo wearing, billionaire Kylie Jenner among others, Tie Dye is officially back again..The colourful trend perfectly captures the desert escape vibe that Coachella is known for. Love it or hate it there are ways to incorporate the trend into your everyday wardrobe rather than saving it just for music festivals. Pair a tie dye mini dress with crisp white sneakers or a pair of Doc-martins for seriously cool vibes.
If these were on this list a few years ago I would have held many concerns about the sanity for our country's future leaders but even I have to admit - bumbags are so damn practical. The arms free belt bag has seen a rise in popularity lately, with major design houses jumping on board to cash in on the practical trend. Worn either around the waist or slung over the torso, the bumbag has been spotted on many celebrities and Instagram influencers.
Seen all over the runways, on street style stars and now amongst festival goers, leopard and snakeskin prints are red-hot right now. The new neutral take on this trend looked right at home when worn by attendees against the backdrop of the Californian desert.