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    Top looks of Coachella 2016

    Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an event seemingly full of celebrities, perfect outfits and makeup, and lots of music. But what you see isn’t what you’d expect. 

    The Daily Wildcat checked out weekend two of this music festival and it was an interesting, amazing experience. Although we see hundreds of amazing Coachella outfits on fashion blogs and websites, it is hard to keep yourself together during the three days. 

    Flower crowns, chokers and high-waisted shorts seem to be the way to go at Coachella. But Emily Outlaw from Australia seemed to think otherwise and it was fantastic. She rocked a beautiful, faux-fur, lilac skirt with tan booties and a white crop top. 

    She accessorized her look with turquoise jewelry—an unexpected color choice with the lilac skirt that worked. Jenny Mada from Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix took a break from soccer to spend a weekend in Indio, California. 

    She sported an H&M Loves Coachella crop top—a new collaboration between the two major names. She paired it with shorts, ultra-cute gladiator sandals and a kimono. Her black hat is essential this festival season, as are her circle rimmed sunglasses and cute chokers. 

    This is the ultimate casual Coachella outfit. Coachella is the time to show off your creative outfits, but with the dust and heat, sometimes festival goers need to bring it down a notch while still looking cute. Janexia Lopez, a student at a San Diego community college, wore a yellow, off-the-shoulder crop top with high-wasted shorts and black sandals. This seemed to be a basic outfit, but it’s cute and comfy. Ultimately that is everything you need for Coachella success.

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