Ok so we may not have actually been able to attend, and the chances of us enjoying just a modicum of the glorious weather on offer in LA is uber slim, but by no means does that stop us from lusting over the beautiful people of La La Land and the super cool ensembles on offer at Coachella 2014.

As the festival to end all festivals comes to a ceremonious close after two consecutive weekends of show stopping entertainment and surprise performances we thought what better time to take a nostalgic look back over some of the sartorial highlights to see how us Brits can channel a little Coachella into our spring/summer wardrobes. And while its safe to say that our festivals require more wellies than Wayfarers lets look on the bright side and prepare ourselves for the better for a change!

Summer Hats

Floppy, Fedora or otherwise a little bit of head candy is the perfect way to embrace that festival vibe, and cover up those unruly locks all in one fell swoop. The perfect piece of headwear can instantaneously transform an otherwise simple outfit into something spectacular –  an essential for any avid festival goer.


Black Floppy Hat £39 American Apparel, Camel Fedora £25 Topshop, Paul Smith Trilby £89 ASOS


Kill two birds with one stone and be practical and fashion forward this season. Make like Kylie Jenner and snap on a funky fanny pack to hold all your precious essentials, leaving you hands free to indulge in some mandatory festival fist pumping!


Giuseppe Zanotti Fringed Bumbag £970 Farfetch, Sequin Bumbag £18.50 ASOS, Tapestry Bumbag £25 Topshop


Kimonos are hitting the high street hard this summer and there really is a style to suit everyone. Sleeves or  no sleeves, maxi or cropped, patterned or plain the options are endless! Choose embellishment and fringing for extra glam or opt for neutral crochet for a more laid back vibe. All hail the ultimate go-to cover up.


Ankle Sweeper Printed Kimono £60 ASOS, Annabelle Tassel Kimono £32 Pretty Little Thing, Freya Lace Kimono £21.99 Misguided

By Jenna Jones

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