It's no secret we are strong supporters of Kate Bosworth's sartorial choices. The blonde beauty always seems casually cool and put together, yet super on trend without over doing it. Of course our eyes were on her as the Coachella style pics started rolling in.
Kate solidified her place in the music festival hall of fame at last year's Coachella in her yellow See by Chloe jellies. For 2010, with new boyfriend in tow, Kate did it again. Ms. Bosworth managed to trump the other hippie chic festival goers in all three of her outfits of choice for the 3 day concert. First was the teal tie dyed Suno dress with Joie's Picasso sandals, the perfect start to a 3 day fashion extravaganza. Next she focused on one of Summer's biggest trends in a very tight bodycon crochet dress (from Topshop of all places!). Is it me or did crochet seem like the trend of choice for Coachella attendees this season? For day three Bos went a bit more casual in a lace tee and cuffed J.Brand shorts, adding a little edge to her look with really low Isabel Marant booties.
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Imagine my happiness and awe when upon searching the internet for the latest in celebrity Coachella fashions, I found this picture of Camilla Belle. The happiness comes in the form of "um, she totally knocked off my look" and the awe goes something like this "what? I JUST bought that same dress a week ago!".
I happened to wear this exact floral Zara dress yesterday to a friend's birthday. And yes, I also wore it last weekend to another friend's going away party. It currently falls under the "I love my new dress I want to wear it all the time" category. And rightfully so, look how cute it looks on Camilla. It's a great dress to transition from winter to spring - it's long enough, the floral print is springy but not too flashy or bright and it's just got that 70s hippie feel that makes you want to layer and wear a big floppy hat.
While my fellow Brazilian Camilla paired the dress with chunky boots and a little crochet sweater, mine was with dark grey tights, wooden wedges and a very thin long cardigan. Have to say I like hers way better. Who knew Camilla and I shared a similar taste in moderately priced floral dresses?