It's official, festival season is ON! And while we wish we were spending this weekend in the Cali sun (sob!), we're taking some inspo from some of our fave Coachella cliques to get us prepped and ready to spend the next few months trying to get glitter out of our hair...
The insta queens
You planned your outfits three months ago so you know you'll be waking up looking on point every day. Glamping? Ha, never! That nearby hotel you checked into not only has great selfie lighting but it's where all the coolest pool parties are happening too.
The street stars
Your look is a mix of oversized men's clothing and high-end sportswear, thanks to that mutual friend you have with Jeremy Scott. There's no way you'll be seen in anything floaty/tasselled/ off the shoulder but that's ok, because you're still the clique everyone wants to be part of (but no-one really knows how).
The babein' gals
You're there with your BFFs forever and you're actually giving camping a go (I mean it could be fun, right?) You get to the festival prepared for anything, including those cute plastic cocktail cups that will end up the other side of the field by the second morning.
The off-duty models
Four day old hair? No problem. You wake up like this most days, literally. Your clique is there for maximum chill, hanging around the smaller stages and catching that band that no-one else had heard of. Putting loads of effort in just isn't your thing; you rely on your failsafe denim cut offs and old band tees.
The chic clique
You're likely to be a bit of a girl boss; you've got an amazing career, even more amazing friends and your wardrobe is so chic it could be mistaken for Alexa Chung's. You know what suits you and what doesn't - who says you can't wear cropped tailored trousers to a festival? You own it girl.
Festival veterans, these bohemian babes dress for Coachella all year round. Often found in big groups or wandering dreamily through the festival making new friends along the way. It's hard to pin a free spirit down, but when you do, let go and embrace their 'weirdness'.