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11 cuckoo Coachella fashion looks

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Cuckoo Coachella Fashion Looks

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival attracts celebrities far and wide, as well as mega music lovers. The two weekends are known for musical performances from the likes of Passion Pit, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Modest Mouse. But what is Coachella really known for? Some, um, interesting fashion choices from festival-goers.

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Because cutoff jorts and combat boots are totally acceptable pool party garb.

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The Coachella uniform: Fanny pack? Check. Flower headband? Check. Swimwear as clothing? Double check.

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Apparently the Lorax is at Coachella, handing out Truffula tree-inspired boots.

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Don’t have anything to wear? Paint it on! Like, paint it ALL over!

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Now we know: A floral crop top matches quite nicely with a pair of skull-adorned leggings and leather cutoff shorts. (Seriously, why is everyone wearing leather shorts in the desert?)

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Striped knee-high socks? Check. Barely there, yarn-encrusted bikini? Check. Hula hoop? Check.

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The friends who wear matching skintight skeleton body suits are the friends that stay together.

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We kind of understand the spiky bra and the fish nets, but the fans? Wait, no, we don't understand any of this.

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Dude, you may be proud to be an America, but America is not proud of your fashion choices.

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Okay, seriously. Why even wear a skirt?

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Strangely enough this isn’t the worst piece of sheer clothing we've ever seen. (See above.)

A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.

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