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Fashion trends spotted at Coachella’23

Arushi Sakhuja 
Coachella weekend is here and the festival is being held on April 14-16 and April 21-23, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, where it is held every year. The  lineup features K-pop sensation BLACKPINK, Bad Bunny, Frank Oceane Gorillaz, Burna Boy, Kaytranada, Blondie, Muna, Doechii, Metro Boomin, Pusha T, Wet Leg, Yves Tumor, and more on Friday.
Coachella 2023
Photo Courtesy: Coachella
Coachella 2023
Photo Courtesy: Coachella
If it were 2015, floral and crop tops would be omnipresent at the Coachella weekends, but fast forward to 2023, and the old and iconic trends are nowhere to be found! But this year Coachella has promised a host of new trends that steered clear of the classic florals. The sartorial choices for 2023 range from space cowboy to disco, lower-rise waistlines and boho. 

Some of the trends that celebrities and fashion enthusiasts sported included Space Cowboy, Cottage Core, Retro, Boho and Disco. While Olivia Culpo opted for a boho look with crop tops, gladiator sandals and chunky earrings, Kourtney Kardashian and Emma Roberts made a serious case for fashion at Coachella in eye-grabbing outfits. Several other celebrities turned up in bold, colourful and fun outfits. From the annual festive goes like Hailey Bieber and Irina Shayk, Luxebook will help you keep up with the latest fashion trends from the music festival. 
Naked Trend
Irina Shayk
Photo Courtesy: Irina Shayk / Instagram
A couple of years ago the naked dress was the IT trend with celebrities donning the trend on and off the runway and even on red carpets. Hence it comes as no surprise that the naked trend made its way to Coachella too. But, the treatment for the festival was a little different. Individuals who made their way to the desert to see their favourite artist perform opted for a breezy mesh dress and underclothing in nude shades.
Space Cowboy
Cowboy
Tasha Ghouri
Space Cowboy coachella
Emma Roberts
Next up is the space cowboy trend. We are all quite familiar with the cowboy trend that is synonymous with cowboy boots, but this time it was a little more experimental, which a colour palette that features vibrant hues as well as metallics. Cowboy was omnipresent off the stage this year with an updated version of the trend.
Cottagecore
Cottage core coachella
Alessandra Ambrosio
So the term cottage-core might leave many of you confused, what exactly is cottage-core? The trend can be characterised by florals and gingham prints and especially when in muted tones, the patterns make a bold statement. Flowy, feminine silhouettes with cute florals and patterns are standard for the trend. Donning the trend almost wants to make you want o walk rural streets or book a flight to the south of France.
Retro
Retro
Inanna Sarkis
Be it 80’s inspired fashion or flared denim, the 90’s low-rise trend, retro fashion has seeped its way onto the runways of international brands. Hence it’s no surprise that the trend found its way even off the stage at the festival. The Coachella retro trend is defined by bold prints. Swirls, flowers, and other patterns in the form of co-ords and dresses were spotted everywhere.
Boho 
Boho fashion
Photo Courtesy: Getty Images
Boho
Scheana Shay
One key Coachella trend that lives on is the Boho trend we associate with Coachella. With a modern twist, the trend proved to stand the test of think. Think crochet, chunky metallic belts, and long skirts, is this the new boho trend? We think so!
Disco 
Disco
Victoria Justice
Disco Trend
Alessandra Ambrosio
A music festival means you WILL be dancing all night long, and hence sprucing up your style with a glamourous touch goes a long way! And what spells disco better than shimmer, sequins and feathers; because the more the drama more the glamour. So bring your most fashionable foot forward with these top summer trends!
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Arushi Sakhuja

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