It’s that time of year again! Coachella is back, and we’ve got some tips on fashion and daily essentials you’ll need to survive.

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Let’s get all the practical stuff out of the way. Here’s a list of things you’ll want to bring with you, excluding the more obvious items such as tents, sleeping bag, pillow etc.

  • Dry Shampoo
  • Deodorant
  • Razors
  • Sun Block
  • Eye Mask
  • Phone Charger (obvious, but easily forgotten)
  • Chargeable Phone case
  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Plastic eating utensils
  • Earplugs
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Backpack

For those of you wearing make-up you’ll want to pack:

  • Make-up remover
  • Waterproof mascara
  • Waterproof eyeliner
  • Baby wipes
  • Foundation/ bb cream with SPF or Tinted Moisturizer

Now for the fun part. We’ve carefully scanned various celebrity and street style reports to bring you a list of clothing and accessories you should incorporate into your Coachella wardrobe.


Long-Sleeved Denim Shirts

This article of clothing will become your best friend at Coachella. You can wrap this bad boy around your waist during the day or wear it unbuttoned with a dress, romper, bralet or crop top underneath. Easy and light-weight to cover up with when the sun goes down, a denim shirt will be the most versatile item in your Coachella closet.


Crop Tops

Shorter than a shirt, but longer than a bandeau, crop tops are a summer, festival and Coachella staple. If you’re pairing your top with printed pants go for a neutral top, or be bold and wear floral on floral. Pair printed crop tops with high-waisted denim shorts to create a simple, laid-back look.



Crocheted Top/ Cover-up 


The perfect piece if you want to show off your bandeau or bralet, but don’t want to get sun-burned or show off so much skin. They’re fun and flirty, but don’t over expose you.




Although going to the bathroom in these cute things is a bit of a hassle, it’s an easy outfit to throw on. You can also pair your romper with a denim shirt or crocheted sweater for an outfit best suited for Cali’s hot to mild weather.


-Nishat Baig