Coachella: Bailey Hats
Another year, another Coachella. This year, the highlights for me were dancing to Empire of the Sun alongside Paris Hilton. Empire has an incredibly theatrical style of performance that involves intricate costumes, choreography, and psychedelic visuals. Lady Gaga slayed Saturday night with her stage presence. She brings together all the vibes of a forever star with her energy and connection with the audience. Hans Zimmer was a game changer for the Coachella crowd. He brought an entire orchestra to the stage and showcased songs like "Circle of Life" from Lion King, "Now We Are Free" from Gladitor, and more from movies like Interstellar, Inception, and The Dark Knight.
I was excited to take Bailey's Cudmore Hat with me to Coachella weekend one as the perfect accessory. This two toned style is western inspired, and hand woven in Ecuador. It's 100% my style, a little bit of southwest, a little latin influenced, and perfect for any of my many trips I take out to the desert.
Coachella is around the corner, time to start planning for the bohemian festival style of the desert with clothes from two of my favorites, Planet Blue and Free People.
This gorgeous fur lined printed blanket being featured is made by Spirit Hoods, who is known for their quality faux fur animals hoods that are perfect festival wear. They also donate 10% of their net profits to the conservation of endangered species.
It may be in the 90s here in Los Angeles, but we're taking it back to the 70s in these ringer tees by Junk Food Clothing.
Desert trip, nicknamed "Oldchella," is coming up soon! I've searched the web for these cool throw back tees with bands playing the epic festival this October in Indio, CA like this The Who 70s throwback tee from Junk Food Clothing. Represent your favorite legends!
For Burning Man fashion, anything goes. You can wear whatever your heart pleases, or nothing at all. Festival favorites are steam punk, faux fur, metallics, and colorful body suits. Since the weather drops down into the 40s at night this Red Fox Spirit Hood was a stylish, fun, and warm accessory.
If I could describe Burning Man in one word it'd be "surreal." In fact, the whole festival feels a bit like stepping into a Dali painting. I admit, I was skeptical even through my first day and half of being there. Now I'm convinced it's one of those experiences that you'll covet forever.
I've been crushing on Will Leather Goods ever since I moved back to L.A. two years ago and discovered them on Abbot Kinney. I love well made leather products, especially when the vibe matches my SoCal meets Southwest sense of style.