The 61 Best Coachella Outfits Men Can Wear This Weekend
Coachella is one of the world’s most anticipated music festivals, known for its incredible lineup of music artists, stunning desert setting, and iconic art installations. Held annually in Indio, California, Coachella draws music fans from around the world who come to experience the festival’s vibrant and energetic atmosphere. It’s also a time when people get their fashion on and wear their best outfits hoping to impress everyone with their fit.
Although the second weekend is about to kick off, one thing is for sure – it’s never too early to start putting your looks together for the next Coachella music festival. You need to have your outfits on point and Instagram-ready. You never know who you’ll run into at the infamous concert in the Southern California desert…
The 61 Best Coachella Outfits Men Can Wear This Weekend
1. Boho Top and Shorts
This is a pretty easy look to pull off because it works on everybody. Temperatures can be pretty sweltering in the desert sun, so are a good go-to for the daytime. Keeping them light in color not only detracts from heat but also makes it easier to match with brightly colored shirts. Having a button up short sleeve allows you to keep it closed for sun protection or open a few buttons to feel the desert heat on your skin.
Keeping your light and tonal in color is another great way to beat the heat. Camouflage yourself with your desert surroundings with white, cream, and khaki. Linen is a great fabric for staying and looking cool. At the very least, a linen scarf wrapped loosely around your neck will help with sun protection.
2. Flowy Top and Distressed Jeans
Personally, I don’t wear , no matter the temperature. And distressed jeans are perfect for that rock-n-roll casual vibe without looking like you’re trying too hard. Throw on a flowy button up and aviator sunglasses and let the good times roll! Black or jeans won’t show as much dirt since you will be exposed to the elements of nature, but white is always a good option for a lighter, more casual vibe.
Unbutton your if you’re trying to show off your summer body. Just don’t forget about sunscreen! If you’re still in winter fluff mode, just keep a few at the top unbuttoned and enjoy the safety and protection from the sun and prying eyes.
Sneakers or boots are my recommendations for every when it comes to festivals and concerts in general. There are of people, a lot of dirt, too much sun, and frankly, flip-flops or sandals can really take a perfectly planned down a few notches, especially when you’re in distressed jeans mode. Kick up the badass factor with a pair of Dr. Martens, Timberlands, or your favorite pair of broken-in Air Force 1s.
3. Flowy Top and Pants
Here’s a chance to show off a little more . A pair of plaid pants with an easy-breezy long sleeve flowy button up, with the sleeves rolled up, is great for the evenings when the nighttime desert temperatures start to cool down.
Fitted flat-front khakis, gray chinos, or even navy pants, rolled at the cuff and worn with a short sleeve button up are always a great option. Wear the fitted as well to show off the arms that you’ve been working hard for. Not there yet? No worries, you have a year to get in better shape if that’s what you’re after. If not, then when it comes to shirts, the more flowy the better. You can always wear your unbuttoned over a t- . Just don’t wear the t- of the band you’re getting ready to go see. That’s a rookie mistake, my friend.
4. Flowy Top and Shorts
Take the same shirts you styled with your distressed jeans or pants and pair them with the you wore with your top. Throw on a brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sneakers, and you have just re-purposed an . Congratulations.
5. Hawaiian Shirt and Pants
Take your favorite . Pair it with your favorite pants. Done. Ok, ok, here’s a little more styling help: pair white jeans or pants (dealer’s choice) with a white v-neck t-. Then wear your unbuttoned over it to pull the look together. This will keep you from looking like you’re attending a Labor Day party and trying to wear all your white at once before fall.
Another simple way to wear this perfectly with basic . Again, a pair or closed-toe or boots is the way to go in an outdoor festival environment. is with jeans. Distressed or not, a bright red, blue, yellow, or orange
6. Hawaiian Shirts and Shorts
Remember wearing your open over a white v-neck t- and white pants? Replace the pants with the same white and voilà, you have used you brought for multiple purposes. This is under the assumption your white didn’t get filthy and sweaty the first time you wore them. And honestly, even if they did, the rules are different at a . Normal social constructs do not apply in this world – at least with hygiene and . you wore earlier with your
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7. Open Shirt and Pants
You’ve already worn versions of this multiple times. Your biggest decision is whether you wear a underneath the open button up or not. That is up to you. An in-shape body is a dime a dozen when is so close, but the truth of the matter is, confidence is everything. Rock your dad bod. No judgment. At least not from me. Have you seen some of the outfits and bodies at this ? Trust me, you look great.
8. Open Shirt and Shorts
Trade your for pants for a laidback look ideal for the Coachella desert heat. This is a great for those wanting to show off their physique or get a little tan on their chest. Pair with trainers or boots to complete this stylish look.
9. Sleeveless Tops and Pants
Let’s call a sleeveless top what it really is – a tank top, which, in the hot desert sun, might be the perfect to keep you cool. A black sleeveless top with black distressed skinny jeans, a pair of classic black Vans, and a red bandana around your neck is simple, yet stylish. Wear a long sleeve plaid button up or flannel around your waist to throw on when the cooler weather of night starts to roll in.
10. Sleeveless Tops and Shorts
The you have repurposed multiple times need to be put away. Time for fresh, clean . A longer pair of denim shorts, cuffed and rolled at the knee, matches literally any sleeveless you want to pair them with. A high-top sneaker looks especially good with this of . Throw on a short sleeve open on top and a pair of sunglasses and you’re ready to travel effortlessly from to to see your favorite musical acts.
11. T-shirt and Shorts Outfit
Brighten up your day and have fun with a simple yellow t- and matching yellow . Bonus points if your have miniature embroidered shapes on them. Throw a belt bag over your chest to break up the color. Or choose to keep it simple and just throw on any t- and any . They don’t even have to match. It’s Coachella. Either people don’t care about what you’re wearing at all or they care too much. And who cares what they think? You do you and have fun with it!
The best part about festival fashion is being able to mix-n-match. Using the same few pieces in different ways to create entirely new looks means less packing for you and just makes life easier. Pre-planning your looks also takes the guesswork out of getting dressed when you’ve been in the sun and the heat for multiple days.
Adding a hat and a scarf or bandana around your neck will help protect you from the sun, which, as I’ve mentioned repeatedly, is very, very hot. Even in April. If this is your first time at a Coachella festival, buckle up, buttercup! These are memories you will not soon forget unless you just don’t remember them to begin with!
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