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Fashion Blog by Jean Sun Ahn.


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Coachella Calling

Jean Ahn

While living in California I had almost gone to Coachella many times but never actually made it to the desert until this year. It was my first time at Coachella and I really had no idea what to expect but many friends had warned me that there would be A LOT of walking. Of course I had no idea what that meant until I got there and I was thrust into the the fields. I did wear quite comfortable shoes but my feet were dying the first day and a little better the second and by the third day I was beyond exhausted I didn't end up going to the fields until after 4 pm! For anyone thinking or planning to go this year, I have provided some tips for ya'll. 

Bandeau top   //   Kimono   (similar) //   Face jewels   //   Hat   // 

Bandeau top // Kimono (similar) // Face jewels // Hat // 

* Shoes- must be V comfortable and flat since you will be walking about 10 miles each day. (Not kidding about this) I like this and this. 

* Bandana- V necessary at night the dust and wind is extreme there so be prepared and have it in your bag. 

* Hydrate- You can't bring any water or bottles inside but water bottles are sold at almost every corner so make sure you buy a couple bottles depending how long you are at the fields.  

* Crowds- Be prepared for huge crowds at the stages and if you REALLY want to get to the front go early to get a good spot but be aware leaving the area will take a bit since the areas get packed REAL fast.  

* Bag- Bring a good size bag so you can fit your necessities. (i.e. lip gloss/chapstick, phone) I like this and this

* Sunscreen- Palm Springs is V hot even in April ( think 90s and 100s ) make sure you're well covered so you don't get burned, the sun is quite extreme in the desert. 

* Cash- I would recommend bringing some cash with you, sometimes the credit card machines don't work and it's just easier to buy food/drinks when you have cash on hand. 

* Portable charger- If you're going to be taking a ton of pics and snap chats (which you should totally do) 

Most importantly HAVE FUN!