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2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival: Desert wear

Coachella fashion

Andrew Gill, 34, of New York City: “My friends laughed at me for wearing florals. But now I can say it was photographed by the Los Angeles Times.”

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Kayla Ernst, 19, of San Jose, went with minimalist makeup and a maxi print.

 (Patrick T. Fallon / For The Times)
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Chantel Mayo, 31, left, of Boston, and Tawana Morris, 32, go for coordinating pink-accented outfits with a striped jumpsuit and a lace fringed poncho.

 (Patrick T. Fallon / For The Times)
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Peach and mustard seem like an unlikely combo but Emily Volz, 21 (left), Shannon Gertz, 20, and Megan Chovanec, 21, all from Orange County, proved that color schemes can thrive where culinary combos can’t. Volz accessorized crochet separate with a red bandana, Gertz opted for an apricot-colored romper and ‘70s-inspired shades and Chovanec went classic with florals.

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Brittani Kooper, left, 32, and Haeven Prendergast, 32, both from Chicago, are friendship goals in coordinated printed separates and mismatching desert protection. Kooper protected her face from the sun with a floppy hat,  while Prendergast shielded her nose and mouth from the dust with a printed bandana.

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Maddy Carlentine, 20, of Santa Barbara, tempered an all-black outfit with a deep cut romper, a western-inspired belt and temporary body tattoos. A black bandana and black aviator shades complete the look.

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Sophia Arbess, 18, of New York, drew inspiration from everywhere with an old western-style belt buckle, huge ‘70s-inspired shades, a glamorous chandelier necklace and fire-printed shorts that call to mind the race track.

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For Charmaine Perez of San Francisco, it’s all about the loud accessories: The printed headwrap, wine-colored sunglasses, dramatic chandelier necklace and color-block clutch pack a bold punch.

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Kylie Warren, 21, of Tucson, proves the off-the-shoulder trend is still thriving in a floral maxi dress and jewel-bedecked eyebrows.

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Angel Lotus shows off her  outfit, including wings, at Coachella.

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Kaylee Bustamente, 19, of Saratoga, goes for not-so-basic black, with her frilly top, bandana and funky shorts.

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