23 April 2012 by

Style Hunter's Best Coachella Girls Wear ASOS, Urban Outfitters And Proenza Schouler!

L-R: Danielle's trophy vintage trousers are balanced out with Converse and an ASOS striped vest. Beth does super-chic all black - her Urban Outfitters dress shows just enough skin to do daytime sexy.

As you know very well by now, Californian music festival Coachella is the unofficial but entirely trusted launch-pad for all of the season’s top festi-fashion trends to come. It’s not about the amazing headline bands (although we wouldn’t say no to a little Florence And The Machine, Rihanna or a Tupac hologram performance should it be offered), and it’s not just about the excellently dressed celeb girls either – even if over the past two weekends Rosie Huntington Whitley, Diane Kruger, Kristen Stewart, Dita Von Teese et al have rocked their best denim cut-offs, floral headbands and flirty dresses well enough to make us completely and utterly jealous. For us, we enjoy spying on the immensely fashwany – but real - girls who turn up to strut their best sartorial stuff around the desert. It’s a veritable style feast of denim cut-offs, maxi dresses and bonkers accessories. We’ve already checked out bloggers getting their Coachella suitcases together and totally perved over all of the gawgeous A-Lister Coachella couples, but what were the real results of everyone’s fashion efforts? See our top four looks right HERE! Who is your favourite and why? Let us know and remember, your brilliant comments could get into Grazia magazine!

L-R: Laura Does a soft '70s look in lace Free People shorts, a vintage tied-up blouse and Steve Madden boots.  Leandra Medine (Man Repeller blogger) gives the hippy look a graphic update in this BCBG Max Azria Dress, Proenza Schouler bag and Linda Farrow sunglasses.

Photos by Bridget Fleming


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(Tue Apr 24 12:44:43 BST 2012): Festival fashion at its most fabulous! PLEASE let a floaty yet graphic maxidress replace denim cut-offs as ubiquitous festival wear this year (muddy hems notwithstanding…). So much more chic, girls.
(Wed Apr 25 11:55:56 BST 2012): With her floaty lace shorts, paisley shirt and floppy wide-brim hat, Laura channels a 70s vibe which is not only super stylish but also completely festival appropriate.
Stella Kattermann (Wed Apr 25 11:56:26 BST 2012): Beth has found the perfect way to make cut outs look elegant and rock a floor length gown even in festival surrounding.
Simone Wightman (Wed Apr 25 12:11:20 BST 2012): I am loving the prints they are quirky and fun which is just perfect for a festival!
(Wed Apr 25 12:26:25 BST 2012): I love the hat, tie blouse and boots – very Ali McGraw meets Faye Dunaway. Could take or leave the lacy shorts, though….