Coachella 2011: Fashion Wrap-Up

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This past weekend was Coachella 2011. While I wasn’t able to attend (darn you sold out tickets!), I enjoyed watching some performances on YouTube. Some performances in the festival included: Cee Lo Green, Robyn, The Aquabats, Boys Noize, Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, Erykah Badu, Empire of the Sun, Kanye West, Duran Duran, The Strokes, Wiz Khalifa, Damian Marley… well I can go on and on and on! Everyone had the chance to soak in the Indio sunshine and wear the ultra-fabulous apparel and accessories.

Some of Singer22's favorite fashionistas (and fashionistos) attended the music festival, including: Kate Bosworth, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Jonas, Ashley Greeene, Paris & Nicky Hilton, Usher, Whitney Port, and more!

One thing I notice during these music festivals? Every year, the fashion gets more hippy and bohemian! It’s all about light and airy fabrics – which is quite appropriate for the Indio heat! Can you believe it was over 90 degrees! Hope everyone wore sunblock, grabbed their favorite shades, and drank lots and lots of… WATER!

Now, how did these celebs dress up for this musical weekend? Well, Singer22 has the fashion scoop on who wore what!

Vanessa Hudgens looked like the ultimate hippie in some of Singer22's favorite bohemian apparel and accessories. Some of her outfits include Love Child Drop Earrings with 3 Feather Cluster and Jen's Pirate Booty Cha Cha Tube Top. Copy her look with a pair of Blue Life Dancing Queen Pants, Style Stalker Venom Harem Pant, or Alexis Catalina Crochet Pants. Show off some skin with a cute crop top like the Insight Stay Free Top and Jen's Pirate Booty Baby Doll Tank.

Steal Nicky Hilton's Blu Moon Summer Lovin Dress. Get hippie with a tie-dye inspired tunic like the Vix Swimwear France Vintage Tunic or Parker Beach V-Neck Tunic. Get mini with these mini strapless dresses like the Parker Strapless Dress in Blue Navajo, Blue Tulip, or Grey Python.

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