Tee Ink Coachella Style

May 14, 2018

Tee Ink Coachella Style

Every April, instagram turns into a relentless, contrived and predictable photo montage to the biggest celeb loaded festival of the year – Coachella. The attendees flood the gram with pics in front of the ferris wheel at golden hour while those left at home mock them and claim Coachella is full of assholes. Well I was one of those assholes – cause I went to Coachella bitchezzzzz.

I was lucky enough to travel to Palm Springs with Tee Ink faves @wethe_wildones

As per usual, before I go anywhere it is literal mayhem. I have last minute shoots & clients needing final images, so I dont exactly have a huge amount of spare time for shopping. I hadnt tried on any of my outfits before we left, or while I was over there. I had 3 options, and I was just hoping for the best.  

Luckily, my pals at Tee Ink looked after me with 2 Coachella outfits– and they asked me to break down my festival styling. 

Day 1 – 

On the first day I wore the Staton Jumpsuit (coming soon) with a little ribbed crop tee underneath, white combat boots, bumbag & a red hat.  

I usually keep it pretty casual for festivals – as much as I love fashion, I definitely like to be comfortable. The Staton Jumpsuit looked super cute and was comfy as hell. If I can cartwheel in it, climb fences in it & crowd surf in it – then its got my vote. But I have to say going to the toilet wearing a jumpsuit and bumbag was ummm interesting – there were a couple close calls haha. 




Day 3 –

On Day 3 I wore the Sunset Maxi with a band tee underneath, big buckle belt, RM Williams boots & a vintage cowboy hat I found in Joshua Tree. 

I really hadnt thought about this look much at all, I loved how Lucy from @wethe_wildones styled the Sunset Maxi (see here) in a festival shoot for Tee Ink so I thought – shit, Ill just do something similar & Ill look bloody fab. Only problemo was, this baby gal has some pretty decent sized knockers & I just wouldnt be comfortable with the girls out quite that much. So at last minute, I chucked a band tee underneath and voila – problem solved. And Ive got to say, I loved this boot scootin look. I felt like a young Dolly Parton & wasyaaaahaaaing all over Chella. 

Next  stop Splendour bender.  

Written by Carlene - @studioflamingo

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