Celebs bring their fashion A-Game to Coachella 2019

Attendees got creative using shimmer elements in distinctive ways to create other-worldly looks fitting for the weekend's events.

By Author  |  Rishika Bajjuri  |  Published: 15th Apr 2019  7:54 pm
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When in doubt, go all out. This seems to be the fashion motto for Coachella 2019. A place for attendees to dress to impress, Coachella has once again drawn out the cream of the fashion crop from across the world.

From the classic comeback of flared jeans and choker necklaces to rhythmic animal prints and an abundance of glitter, styles sported by models and influencers at this year’s Coachella event reach an all-time high on the fashion pedestal.

As a festival that takes place in the scorching heat of Indio, California, sheer clothing has been a popular choices for many, complemented with body glitter. Attendees got creative using shimmer elements in distinctive ways to create other-worldly looks fitting for the weekend’s events.

Another 90s-influenced trends, tie-dyes, acid washes and bright tones have been spotted on many of A-list partygoers as well. Model Gigi Hadid shared a pink-and-orange tie-dyed vest paired with an all-white ensemble while socialite Kylie Jenner paraded a bleached jean-on-jean look.

While some dressed in a way that less meant more, others opted for tight layers despite the high temperatures. Among the dressed-to-impress under any measures was American singer Tiffany Young who kickstarted her Coachella weekend in a bright yellow two-piece set dragged by layers of pleats and a matching overcoat.

Coachella’s most prominent fashion presentation this year, though, was animal prints. From supermodels like Jasmine Tookes to media influencer such as Danielle Bernstein, nobody missed out on incorporating dominant prints that resembled the skin of cheetahs and leopards into their outfits. Furthermore, headliner for the festival, Ariana Grande exhibited her penchant for oversized garments in a puffy shoulder crop jacket and a mini skirt.

 

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