The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is not only about music and fun but also about the style that the celebrities follow their. The three day festival witnesses a bevy of celebrities clad in the funkiest attire. They freak out and have fun and even show their wild side many a times. Forget the red carpets, premieres or stage shows; this is the only place where you can see your favorite star in the most casual, laidback avatar. So we whip out this year’s trend that the celebrities adorned at the festival. Scroll down to see the good, the bad and the ugly at the Coachella 2012.
Katy Perry made a remarkable style statement in this year’s Coachella as she slipped in her slimline silhouette transparent dress that showed her undergarments. The floral chiffon creation looked stylishly boho chic on the diva.
Vanessa Hudgens looked kooky with her short dress and fishnet leggings with boots. She was totally boho with her orange hat and some embellishment on her face.
Emma Watson went for a casual look that included black skinny trouser and a shearing leather jacket. The orange lipstick added to her beautiful looks.
Kate Bosworth looked fabulous in her zip up military jacket, rain boots and floral mini dress.
Paris Hilton was a total hippie chick at the festival with her bandeau top and a colorful ankle length skirt. The bejeweled top looked sassy and to further spruce up her looks she went for pink and blue hair extension, a pair of reflective aviator shades and a large tassel necklace around the neck.
Whitney Port looked uber stylish her colorful attire. The attractions were her svelte leg and chic sling bag.
Emma Roberts was a total eye delight with her floral shorts, crotchet cut out tank top and hippie chic sunglasses.
Fergie was fergielicious at the festival in her praise worthy ensemble.
Rihanna was as usual provocatively dressed with her studded shirt denim and small top and a Chanel jacket.
Lindsay Lohan looked surprisnly gorgeous in her sexy short white dress. The ensemble was wisely selected and that made a mark.