With Coachella officially starting this weekend, who better to ask for music festival fashion tips than the people styling your favorite artists?
Whether you're trying to make a statement, throw it back to the '60's, or just survive the California heat, these three celebrity stylists know what's going to pop in the crowd, and what to leave buried in the closet.
Who she styles: Big Sean, Jhené Aiko and Kelly Rowland
DO: This year, I would love to see people go bold and have fun with solid bright matte, or even with fun neon colors as well -- but in a cool, funky way. I'm so inspired by monochromatic outfits that pop.
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DON'T: Let's leave home too many layers -- Coachella gets so hot! I love dressing loosely or with less fabric.
Who he styles: Future
DO: I'd like to see someone pull off a dope pair of bell bottoms with an amazing top with fringes. And even though it's going to be warm, I wouldn't mind seeing some suede. Suede always looks rich -- the epitome of '60's vibes.
DON'T: Please, leave your Jordans and your Yeezys at home. Have a little fun and take a chance with a piece that's not as trendy.
2 albums 2 number 1's in 2 weeks,gods plan ----
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Who he styles: Sevdaliza, Mabel
DO: I would like to see people be a bit more creative and a bit more individual. I would love to see some Gucci SS17 at Coachella -- looks that can work well during the day with layers you can take off, and will keep working for you later at night. I'd like to see super-sexy Saint Laurent looks with some Doc Martens, which you can switch up at night with a heel.
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Lastly, Takahiro Miyashita (The Soloist) - a little skin and a little glam rock never hurt no one.
The "basic" look is a bit done and tends to repeat itself.