It is officially festival season, and you know what that means? Time to wear some really exotic, “I don’t usually dress like this” outfits and stunt for the ‘gram! Festival attendees — from the novice to the veterans — know if there is ever an occasion to flaunt your eccentric personal style, Coachella is it!
Because Coachella plays host to a diverse roster of performers and guests, the assorted atmosphere presents a prime opportunity to create or repurpose fashion trends. This year, one of the more popular style trends that appears to be making a comeback based on festival-goers ensembles is a spin on the classic cowgirl aesthetic. Celebrities like Hennessy Carolina and a variety of festival attendees dawned some pretty hot renditions of that “Old Town Road” country style.
Here are some of our favorite looks from Coachella 2019.
1. Hennessy Carolina
The rambunctious younger sister of superstar Cardi B, Hennessy Carolina came through with the pink cowgirl drip.
2. Salma Slims
Rapper Salma Slims wore stone-studded, rawhide for her performance at a Coachella party.
3. Daenerys Hive AKA @tatiXXVI Via Twitter
Twitter user @tatiXXVI pulled together a classic cowgirl hat, cowgirl boots, fringe and a bandana to serve and slay in her two-piece rodeo look.
Yeehaw agenda in full force this coachella pic.twitter.com/xqjfx9CK8A
— daenerys hive ???????? (@tatiXXVI) April 12, 2019
4. Lala Milan
Comedic actress Lala Milan was spotted striking a pose at Coachella while rocking a look she styled herself.
5. Lil Lauren AKA @laurenx.o.x.o Via Instagram
Coachella attendee “lil lauren” stepped out looking like a futuristic, rhinestone cowgirl!
Overall, it seems the yeehaw movement made its mark Coachella with a little bit of body and flare.
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