Coachella's Coolest Performers: Shop Their Looks

With its warm-weather fashion and famous Ferris wheel, Coachella signals the unofficial start of summer—and the annual two-weekend music festival is just days away from beginning. And with over 100 artists scheduled in this year's lineup—culled from music's indie rock, punk, electronic and as-yet-unclassified genres—Coachella 2013 is shaping up to be one of the year's best and biggest dance parties.

Some dos and don'ts if you're attending the festival:

Do bring a camera and show us what you're wearing! Tweet us @LuckyMagazine.

Do pack responsibly.

Don't bring any of the venue's banned objects, like stuffed animals, Sharpies/markers, bota bags (we suggest a small saddlebag instead) or drum sets.

And lastly, do look for style inspiration from some of the girls who will be performing. We've studied the lineup and have singled out some of our favorite artists with serious style.

Click through to shop our Coachella style guide, inspired by some of our favorite performers.

Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes

Natasha Khan released her critically acclaimed third studio album, The Haunted Man, in October 2012. The tracks were inspired by The Enchantment of Art, a book recommendation from her former art teacher. “I’d felt quite disenchanted myself and needed to find the magic again,” says Khan about how the story influenced her music. “I was trying to navigate fresh waters and find something new to say with the third record, and a lot of the book talks about getting back to nature's sacred spaces and about communal, collaborative activities.” We can hear this inspiration translated into songs like “Lilies” and “Deep Sea River”—her eerie, howling vocals give us the chills.