Festival Looks We Love From Coachella 2018

A peek at some of our favourite outfits on Instagram from this year's festival

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Beyonce's iconic performance yesterday made history as she was the first black woman to headline Coachella. For the occasion she chose five custom Balmain looks, and this stunning Queen Nefertiti-inspired embellished cape, bodysuit and head-piece was her opening outfit, fit for a queen.

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Refinery29 USA's Senior Fashion Market Editor Alyssa Coscarelli toughens up a floaty floral maxi-dress with thick-soled boots and 90s sunglasses.

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Singer (and great-granddaughter of Diana Vreeland) Caroline Vreeland went all-out with the desert vibes in this vintage western ensemble.

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Supermodel Jasmine Tookes chose a lacy crop-top and flowing boho skirt, complete with suitably bohemian accessories.

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When it comes to crochet, why not match your dress to your bag? Le Specs cat-eye sunnies and brown suede boots complete the look.

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Rihanna served white heat with an all-white ensemble, and put her own spin on Western embellishments with belt buckle-lined white trousers.

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Model Elsa Hosk also went for a head-to-toe shade with a pretty pink look from Victoria's Secret.

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She was seen with Emily Ratajkowski at the Revolve Clothing pool party, both wearing sweet white cotton outfits.

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Coachella is the place to go all-out with fun beauty looks, like a rainbow french braid with hoops intertwined.

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Whitney Port put a polished spin on festival dressing with a pastel palm-tree shirt and tropical shorts.

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Earth-toned palettes are popular at the festival - sturdy boots are a good idea for long days on foot, and a cute hat helps keep the sun off.

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DJ Pamela Tick wore a sweet floor-length floral dress to spin the decks at a Rachel Zoe x Coachella event, and paired it with perfectly-undone braids.

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A head-to-toe black outfit is kept interesting with decorative details like a silver star motif, and plenty of accessories.

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LPA clothing founder Lara Pia Arrobio combines two of this season's current biggest trends for her festival attire; shirring and puffy sleeves.

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Blogger Aimee Song capitalises on the "sneakers with everything" trend by pairing them with a romantic white blouse. Her slick topknot is a good option for fuss-free festival hair.

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Jordyn Woods goes hands-free with one of the seasons most-seen accessories, the belt bag. She paired it with a 90s-chic sporty leotard and cropped nike t-shirt.

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Courtney Trop, a.k.a "Always Judging", ignored the heat in this oft-Instagrammed Chloe two-piece suit, the horse motif a fashion-forward nod to the western theme adopted by other festival-goers.

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