Lana Del Rey Inspires Festival Fashion With Her Flower Crowns & Native American Headdresses

There’s no doubt that Lana Del Rey is an inspiration when it comes to festival fashion. As you probably know, Coachella kicked off on Friday, April 10. It marks the start of music festival season. The Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival takes place in the desert lands of Indio, California.

It’s not only about the arts and music, but it’s also about the fashion. Many celebrities flock to the festival so they can be seen in their bohemian and hippie-inspired styles. Lana Del Rey has been inspiring many young women thanks to her super feminine flower crowns and controversial Native American headdresses, as seen in her music videos.

Fashion & Style noted that Lana Del Rey has been often seen in her iconic flower crown, even at Coachella. The singer also often wears them during her performances. Del Rey was photographed in a white lace flower crown on stage at the Parcolimpico on May 3, 2013 in Turin, Italy. The singer-songwriter paired the trendy headpiece with a floral white lace dress. Del Rey has also inspired other singers like Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Kesha, and Vanessa Hudgens to rock the look. Vanessa Hudgens is another starlet who women look up to when it comes to festival fashion. Her boho and controversial looks have created headlines during Coachella.

The Beaumont Enterprise explained what the “Coachella look” and festival fashion is all about. The new source explained that it included Lana’s trademark flower crowns and Vanessa Hudgens’ boho style.

“Think hippie meets hipster: lots of fringe and crochet, with a requisite floral headband or floppy sun hat. Just google ‘Vanessa Hudgens Coachella.'”

The news source also reported when Lana Del Rey performed at the 2014 Coachella Music and Arts Festival. The singer wore a bright orange dress with hot pink flowers. Although Del Rey was seen without her signature flower crown, she very much embodied the carefree spirit of a 70s singer. Lindsay Lohan, seen watching Del Rey from the audience, resembled the singer with her white floaty dress and plumped up lips.

“CFDA chief Steven Kolb said Coachella shapes today’s fashion much like the Woodstock festival did in the early 1970s.”

Women who are attending outdoor music festivals this summer should look to Lana Del Rey’s “Ride” music video for ideas. The controversial music video showed women in T-shirts tied at the waist and dresses that floated in the air, according to the Fader. Meanwhile, the guys wore tie-dyed T-shirts and athletic shorts. Del Rey’s music video is also what inspired H&M’s limited edition Coachella collection.

The Inquisitr previously reported that Lana Del Rey is a global festival fashion icon. The singer recently shared a selfie of herself getting highlights in her hair. She’s currently working her new album, which is expected to be more like her debut, Born to Die. Do you find that Lana Del Rey inspires your festival fashion wardrobe?

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