Karen's first performance outfit—a head-to-toe metallic iridescent suit—was eye-catching and all, but this studded leather jacket? Far more wearable (even if yours isn't personalized like the singer's version).
In addition to fronting beloved indie rock group Rilo Kiley, Lewis once sang in The Postal Service alongside Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard. When the self-described "imaginary band" took to Coachella's main stage, the beautiful redhead chose a delicate pearl-dotted blazer perfectly in line with her feminine personal style.
paulette pearl blazer, $865, diane von furstenberg, shopbop.com
The R&B sweetheart's equestrian-inspired whites hit all the right notes. For a look that's slightly easier to pull off, try a pair of jodhpur-inspired jeans instead of the real (and dangerously clingy) deal.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a pleated skirt as downright fun as the one Khan wore onstage. Swapping in a solid, slouchy white or black tee in place of the matching crop top makes the look totally wearable.
Solange Knowles made a guest appearance alongside the xx on Saturday night, where she covered Aaliyah's hit "Hot Like Fire." That gorgeous hot pink printed skirt, in our opinion, was just as hot as her surprise serenade.
tie dye midi skirt with thigh split, $46.55, asos.com
Natalie Bergman of Wild Belle
From the embellished Western-style belt to the feather earrings, this lovely-voiced lady's got Indio style down to a science. We especially love that fringed leather vest—a look not for timid types, but versatile enough when worn with your favorite skinny jeans and summery jewelry.
Church's white fit-and-flare lace dress—a Coachella staple, if you'll recall—looked striking against her dark hair, and allowed the musician to wear long sleeves in Indio without suffering from heatstroke.
The Los Angeles-based songstress is famous for her collection of cool kimonos, which she pairs with hipster standbys like cutoffs, combat boots and slipdresses. Worn with your favorite basics, it's a warm weather-perfect way to cover up.