Coachella Festival Fashion

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Julia Rebaudo

Diane Kruger at Coachella 2011

We don’t know about you, but we’ve been drooling over all the fabulous festival fashion to have emerged from Coachella music festival. And if this Easter weekend is anything to go by we may be looking at some super sunny festival days out later on this summer. Boo wellies and emergency ponchos, we want to wear summery outfits and not give a damn about rain, mud and chilly evenings. And on that note here are our top three Coachella looks that will be informing our festival fashion this summer.

Diane Kruger

Our number one look, Diane Kruger (left) really stood out from the crowd in her maxi pleats. The look is elegant and, dare we say, timeless with the long flowing nude length and studded skinny belt, the black tank introduces an element of laid-back cool and the straw fedora gives her presence.

Nicole Richie

You just can’t go wrong at a festival channeling a bit of hippie chic. And Richie, forever the LA queen of boho, knows how to work this with summer staple blue jean cut-offs and keeping it simple with a long sleeve billowy print top. The black leather sandals and bug-eyed sunnies are both classic (and could work with a myriad of outfit) and loving her low-slung her Mulberry satchel bag in green.

Nicole Richie at Coachella 2011

Eliza Doolittle

Just to spice things up a little – we ‘re usually a little more demure in our tastes, but hey, we’re capricious in our ways – we love this super cute crop top and denim hotpants look from popette Eliza Doolitte (pictured top). Rocking the fruit trend with her melon tee, piling on the bracelets, teaming her suede trainers with socks and slinging a standout cabbage green bag (Mulberry, again!) across the whole look is fun, light-hearted festival fashion. This is a girl who’s ready for some fun.

Eliza Doolittle at Coachella 2011

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