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Coachella Style, Day 3: Beard Flowers, Loincloths And Pajamas
While Coachella is a music festival where folks tend to show off their most fashionable outfits, what we love about day three of the event is that's when people start busting out their wackiest get-ups. After all, fest-goers have spent the whole weekend outside under the beating heat of the sun, where we imagine their judgment becomes cloudy, and they only have one day left to parade around their most creative outfits.
We did see some colorful ensembles, fringed leather vests and combat boots, but some of our favorites had to do with certain hairstyles—like flowers adorned across a man's beard or a woman's braids that were shaped into a dollar sign. Then there's the all tie-die outfit complete with a set of glittering wings, straight-up comfy pajamas (because why not?) and a simple loincloth that doubled up as a bag.
Check out Coachella fashion photos from day one here and day two here.
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