Even if Model Gizele Oliveira would walk down Sunset Boulevard dressed like this, she could get away with it. The bucket hat contributes to the tomboy look that is immediately distracted when you look further down.
The crop top and the Dior underpants reveal why Miss Oliveira is considered superb. The net pants are outrageous but she wears them well.
Breaking Boundaries in Color
Sequin always works, and the more the better. All elements of the outfit have meaning and what gets to us most is the unexpected element at the bottom of the dress.
Accompanying the stars, birds, and flowers is a metal barbwire fence streaming along the bottom boundaries of the dress. It's strong, it's inspiring and it's definitely Coachella.
Sr. Pepper Lonely Heart Club
The Valentino Belt Bag is at the right place at the right time. Without it, this outfit would pass just like any other Sr. Pepper Lonely Heart Club fan, however, the additional accessories give it that glam that was missing.
Put on the Top-Gun shades and you're ready to go. Oh, and the Givenchy boots are a must.
A Custome One of a Kind
An exquisite top for an exquisite festivalgoer. This is custom-made, meaning it is one of a kind. For a pattern and design that would usually work for home accessories, this creation is remarkable.
A great-looking red hat, white-framed sunglasses, a top to die for, and striped pull-up socks. All that is missing is 1970s rollerskates and she is ready to rule the dance floor.
When Plastic Spoons Are the Cause
From a distance, this dress is made from colored plastic spoons, however, as we get closer we can see that no spoons are involved. So what is this outfit made of?
It doesn't look like the most comfortable dress in the closet, however, no one said Coachella was about comfort. It's about being yourself, with no boundaries and no limitations and this is exactly what this dress is all about.