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17 pieces to dream about if you have Coachella on the brain

by Freya Drohan
04th Apr 2019

Image via @LoveShackFancy

Ahh, Coachella: an event with branding so strong, you don’t need to ever set foot in Indio, California to imagine what it, and its stylish revellers, look like.

Images from the festival are so iconic that over the past few years, Coachella has essentially spawned its own category of fashion. Whether you’re hot-footing it 5,000 miles away to the sun-soaked music and arts extravaganza, which kicks off next weekend, or not, there’s an abundance of ways to incorporate its signature laissez-faire, carefree bohemian aesthetic into your day-to-day look.  

This year, we’re placing bets on the prevalence of more tie-dye and crochet than ever before (a la the SS19 runways), 1990s-style silk halternecks, neckerchiefs and Western boots (yee-haw) and shells, shells and more shells.

No festival pass, no problem: with the right attitude, and understated styling, these pieces can work just as well in your normal life. (Coachella, call us if the guest-list frees up.)


Sui Kimono Blouse, €93 from RatandBoa.com


ASOS DESIGN Curve button through maxi tea dress with splits in ditsy print, €48.39 from ASOS


Havana Crochet Summer two-piece, now £9 from Elsie and Fred


Simone Beaded Headpiece, €79.95 from Folkster.com



Malyck Mini Dress by Michael Costelloe, €194 from Revolve.com


Vintage Paisley Halter Top, €25 from ShopNineCrows.com



Embroidered Straw Detail Hat, €115 from Anthropologie.com

Bohemian Top by H&M Conscious, €119, HM.com (available April 11)



Silk Twill Hair Tie by Burberry, €230, from NetAPorter.com


Marisole Skirt by LoveShackFancy, €378 from ModaOperandi.com


Seashell Scarf, €29 from Stories.com


Vizcaya Moccasin by Free People, €204.61 from Asos.com



Mini Shirley Leather Tote by Staud, €215 from MyTheresa.com 



Scarf Belt Shorts, €46 from Topshop.com


Chain Seashell Belt, €19.99 from Mango.com


Audie Western Boots by Jeffrey Campbell, €160.65 from Shopbop.com


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