These Coachella 2019 Fashion & Beauty Looks Will Inspire Your Summer Style
The first round of the music extravaganza that is Coachella has come and gone in the blink of an eye — but the style and beauty looks that debuted are certain to stick around for the season to come. It's a well-known fact that the annual Indio gathering marks the start of festival season, so it should come as no surprise the attendees of weekend one — which took place from April 12 to April 14 — pulled out some of their boldest, most memorable moves to date. If you're in need of some out-of-the-box fashion and beauty inspiration, look no further than Coachella 2019 to get your wheels turning.
The 2019 Coachella fashion and beauty scene was chock-full of every trend that's big right now (and will likely continue to reign supreme in the coming months). The clear favorite in terms of makeup among the first round of festival goers? Colorful eyeshadows, which ranged from neon green to bright pink and red, and crimson pouts, both of which made a strong case for going bold with your makeup this season. The fashion was a bit more varied, though slime green, animal print, head-to-toe leather, and pearl-embellished accessories of all kind proved to be unbeatable.
Ahead, The Zoe Reports breaks down the best Coachella 2019 fashion and beauty looks to draw inspiration from all spring (and summer) long.
Leather may not seem like the most summer-friendly material, but leave it to model Romee Strijd to find a way to wear the grungy fabric in the warm-weather months, too. Add a short leather set to your shopping list ASAP.
Toss your neutral palette aside (for now, at least) because colored lids are officially 2019's most popular makeup trend. From green and pink liner to bright-red shadow, Coachella festival goers weren't afraid to go bold with their beauty this year.
It's the animal print that can't be beat. Snakeskin was all over the 2019 Coachella fashion scene — and the pattern is likely to continue to emerge at forthcoming festivals, too.
Slip Dress + Sneakers
The comfy-cute combo that made its mark on the celeb street-style scene is now officially festival-approved. Slip dresses and sneakers are the can't-beat pairing that's perfect for when you plan on doing a lot of walking in the summer heat.
The pastel-colored hair trend, which has already been approved by the likes of Hailey Baldwin and Julia Roberts, is not going away anytime soon. And really, what better time than the summer to get a fun, mood-boosting dye job?
Make your fashion mark this summer by sporting this season's boldest color trend: slime green. The best part about the can't-miss hue, though, is that your friends can easily spot you in a crowd.
An easy way to tame those pesky flyaways? With a colorful assortment of hair clips that are as practical as they are statement-making.
The OG animal print — leopard, of course — made for some of the fiercest fashion looks of the weekend. Here, a spotted wrap skirt and bikini top proved to be an equally stylish and comfortable combo.
This classic jewelry trend definitely deserves a spot in your summer lineup. Adorned on everything from earrings to bracelets and hair clips, you'll have no problem finding a way to work the elegant gem into your day-to-day looks.
It's true: The sunglass chain trend is summer 2019's most unexpected (albeit smart) jewelry trend.
Though the summer calls for a slight switch in footwear, there's one year-round shoe that you won't want to part ways with just yet: a classic white boot.
Denim Mini Skirts
The classic denim trend from the early 2000s is officially back. Yep, mini jean skirts are the throwback trend you'll actually want to try, thanks to fresh takes like this.
Looking for an easy way to change up your hairstyle this season? Book an appointment with your stylist and ask for wispy bangs à la Bella Hadid or Kendall Jenner.
Makeup & Outfit Coordination
When you're feeling really bold, try matching your makeup to your outfit. Here, a neon-pink lid pairs perfectly with a floral-print mini dress.
Though it looks tricky, layering necklaces is actually quite simple. A few things to keep in mind to avoid a tangled mess? Mix long and short necklaces, preferably of different weights.