Festival Looks We Love From Coachella 2018

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


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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