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The Mad Hatters
"Mad" because it's crazy to block everyone's view at a concert with a three-foot-wide brimmed hat. And yet we sort of get it, because it can look very Penny Lane amazing. Click through to shop the look.
The Shorts Starters
Here's their strategy: anchor every Coachella outfit with a good pair of shorts, and the rest is just incidentals. Click through to shop the look.
The Highlighters
It's way too loud for phone calls and everyone's too dance-y to text, so these girls choose another way to stand out in the crowd. (Or they just think neon feels concert-y, which it does.) Click through to shop the look.
The Lead Singers
These girls don't want to dress like the other chicks in the crowd. They want to dress like a bandmate, via dark, tough denim and rock and roll t-shirts (usually bought from a fancy boutique instead of a thrift store, but whatever). Click through to shop the look.
The Prim & Propers
They probably had to Google "General Admission" to find out what it means. For them, casual concert wear means a dry-clean-only dress, a designer bag and polished flats that haven't touched mud in the history of ever. Click through to shop the look.
The White Dress Wearers
Their sundresses can't just be any shade of linen, crochet or eyelet. It has to be white. Click through to shop the look.
The Patriots
Their love of outdoor concerts makes them love America even more. Click through to shop the look.
The Maxi-nistas
No matter the weather, they're going to wear a dress that drags to grass/mud/beer-soaked floor because it feels "bohemian". Click through to shop the look.
The Confused Ravers
There's always a few. This isn't Ultra, people. Click through to shop the look.