Festival style is all over the place these days. You’ve got creative high-fashion looks to Western and bohemian influence, while others opt for more fun and wild styles. Coachella kicked off this weekend and we had an abundance of all varying festival styles.
See what looks we loved, hated and laughed at below:
This is one way to assure your Canadian tuxedo is a hit in 2022: adorn it in pearls and chains. We're not too crazy about denim on denim as a look, but the bangles, shades and barely-there bandeau kill this look for us.
The best way to cool down at a packed festival (besides staying constantly hydrated) is to carry a fan with you.
We are loving this shining outfit, with gold athletic shorts, a pearl chest adornment and perfectly coiffed hair.
Staple colors for ravers are definitely these hues of pink, blue and yellow. The butterfly wings, police hat and goggles are all very random but work because of the consistent colors.
This is a perfectly-balanced outfit where the top is extremely bold, but the lack of pants it why it takes center stage.
This is a fun take on the cowboy look: incorporating orange and sequins.
When mesh and leopard print are involved, you already know it is going to be a guaranteed win.
Besides those chunky wedges, jumpsuits like this are great for festivals as far as comfort goes. We love how this festivalgoer matched their jumpsuit's colors to their orange-tinted shades and blue braids.
Wearing 3M reflective clothing is a smart choice for a festival that goes from day to night.
RoboCop meets disco ball with these super fun shades. So they wouldn't lose these blinding shades, this festivalgoer connected them to a crystal glasses chain.
We're loving this pearl and chain chest adornment with the bright orange crocodile print corset!
This person took a page right out of Baddie Winkle's style for this year's opening weekend.
This is a fun take on wearing glasses -- by not wearing any. The chain tassels are a fun accessory to this festivalgoer's sparkly makeup.
Hair can be your greatest accessory. Here, this festivalgoer rocked a perfect coral-peachy color, a popular shade for Spring.
Barbie meets cowboy in this crop top fringe getup.
We had to do a double take to see if this was Justin Bieber in a pink crop top!
Dying your hair vivid colors is one thing, but creating intricate patterns is next-level. This festivalgoer used shades of pink, orange, purple and blue for this cool camo pattern. How cute is that solo blue heart?!
How cool is this safari hat lined with lights?! Easily navigate through festival grounds at night and make sure your friends will never lose you!
Besides wearing SPF, another fun way to protect from California's rays is to don a parasol, which many festivalgoers did. How cute is her glasses and matching beret, too?!
This is a fun take on goth meets rave. These two totally fit lads added some color to their outfits with houndstooth horned head adornments.
Now this is an effortlessly stylish look for men: wear a button down shirt completely open with some comfortable pants and accessorize!
These animal print pants paired with this cozy looking melted smiley face sweater are so adorable! The puka shell necklace is making a comeback with festivalgoers now, too.
This festivalgoer adorned her lingerie set in chains and lace. It's all pretty random, but when you're as attractive as she is, it really works.
This festivalgoer brought the Easter energy with holiday-colored trousers and a yellow bunny headband.
If wearing the least amount of clothing to a festival was a competition, this festivalgoer would win for this year's Coachella. We wonder if they took those photos while at the festival and arrived with even less on!
Whoever said, "blondes have more fun" clearly was too afraid to go blue.
Bring out the dancing lobstahs!!! We love this callback to The Amanda Show's Judge Trudy segment.
This all-white festival cowgirl look is giving us easy, breezy with those shredded pants.
Now THIS is the perfect combination of boho-meets-cowgirl. Elegant, sexy and stylin'.
How to spot an Orville Peck Fan: wear a fringe hat covering your face and lots of leather.