Coachella Weekend 2: Best Dressed

Coachella Weekend 2: Best Dressed

Coachella is an excuse for celebrities to run around California wearing anything resembling the hippie movement of the 1960s. Sheer lace, cut-offs, fringe, cool sunglasses, booties, and stacks of jewellery are essentials for fitting in with the festival scene. Here are our Best Dressed from weekend 2:

Alessandra Ambrosio looks the part at the Coachella Music Festival this weekend. She shows off her figure with light denim cut-offs striped with eyelet lace and a light shirt with lace paneling to reveal a crocheted bikini top. Alessandra accessorizes her Coachella outfit with a stack of bracelets on both wrists, a long pendant necklace, and feather earrings. Her hippie-chic look would not be complete without her fringe bag and studded cowboy booties.

Jessica Alba looks great while heading to get a coffee before Coachella. She keeps it basic with a plain white t-shirt, a military-inspired green jacket, a thick leather belt, and an amazing pair of flare jeans in light denim. Her pants are wide enough to cover her presumably awesome shoes. Jessica tops off her look with a simple body chain worn as a necklace.

Diane Kruger goes for an edgier look with on-trend black and white printed shorts (aztec style) and a black rock’n’roll t-shirt. Her floppy straw hat, large shades, and red lip add to her cool mystique. Naturally a Coachella outfit would not be complete without layers of jewellery.

Kate Bosworth knows how to stand out. While at Coachella, Kate was seen wearing a sheer black dress that extends past her knees to reveal a short black skirt underneath. She defines her waist with a decorative metal belt with a floral clasp. To add to her festival style, Kate rocks a printed suede vest with fur accents. She accessorizes with black booties, a metal choker, and aviator sunglasses. Her brown leather cross body bags brings the entire look together.

Melanie Richtman

Melanie is currently pursuing a degree in public relations, fashion studies, and anthropology from the University of Minnesota. She aspires to work in the fashion, entertainment, or luxury sector as a publicist. When she isn’t writing (or tweeting), Melanie spends most of her time reading about celebrities and trying out new lipsticks.

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