13 People Who Used Mexican Culture To Look ‘Fashionable’ At Coachella

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Coachella 2016 is blossoming with “new” styles… that are actually rooted in Latino culture.

Let’s start with the obvious.

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We all know where these came from ?.

#fridakahlo ??? #art ? #mexico ??

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There are hints of old Mexicano culture in short dresses.

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And long skirts.

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Hmm, this embroidery is verrrrry similar to the one abuelita used to stitch.

Sunny selfie. Hellooo ? | flower shirt: @redsoulvetement ❤️?

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The resemblance goes down to the belt buckle.

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Vaquera boots, check.

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They’re even copying our style in purses.

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Mexican blankets are everywhere.

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They pair perfectly with the sombrero trend.

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Most jewelry has an indigenous flare.

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There are nods to today’s Latino culture, from nails…

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To makeup…

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…To familiar looking tassel jackets.

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Western ft @manieredevoir fringed jacket

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Remember this?

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READ: Fashion Items to Show Off Your True Love for Tacos

What Latino inspired style trends have you seen at Coachella? Tell us in the comments below and don’t forget to share on Facebook and Twitter. 

13 #SingleLatinaProblems That Aren't Really Problems


13 #SingleLatinaProblems That Aren’t Really Problems

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If you’re a single, 20-something Latina without a S.O. and/or a family of your own, you’re probably swimming through uncharted territory. According to your parents at your age, they were way more responsible than you… but mostly because by that point they had a spouse, two kids and one on the way (a kid, not another spouse).

If your only one on the way is a burrito order, the struggles below might be yours, too.

You might be the only single prima at family weddings.

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Wait, automatic dibs on all the groomsmen? Apúrate… to the church! ?

Your parents worry when they hear you’re rolling up to a party unaccompanied.

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And it wasn’t until you realized that walking in alone made you feel like ^^. What used to scare you is now a point of pride.

You have no one to share tia’s tres leches with.

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Your engaged primas can’t eat it. They have a white dress to fit into. So you make the sacrifice for them to let them know you care.

It’s all up to you to finish that mimosa pitcher at brunch.

Everyone else is pregnant/nursing/”trying.” Think of the children!

People tell you your standards are too high.


But still not as high as the divorce rate.

No one waits up for you every night.

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You don’t have to answer questions like, “Were there any guys there?”

Your parents are spending un montón on your siblings’ weddings.

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Congratulations, you are the new favorite child.

You cook a bistec for one.

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And get to put extra mojo because there’s no one to get in between you and your one true love: garlic.

You don’t go on first dates often.

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You know, the kind that make for more entertaining stories than Telemundo.

Your boo’d up friends ask you a ton of questions.

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Like the newest nightlife spots because they never go out anymore.

Sometimes you have to travel alone ?.

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"This was taken during a two month trip to Patagonia in March of this year. I hitchhiked, walked, hiked, and bouldered all over this region and I can understand why so many before me have fallen in love with it. There are so many peaks and waterfalls you lose count. I've been traveling, blogging, and photographing around the world, mostly alone, after leaving corporate America in 2012. I've learned that the best thing for your soul is to spend more time outside." 📷 @bemytravelmuse Share YOUR Story with us! ↪direct message picture +story ↪use #timeoutsociety & #traveleroftheweek Thank you for making us apart of your adventures. #patagonia #argentina #elchalten #people #nature#explore #story #travelstory #argentinaig

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…To visit places your mom only dreamed of at your age.

Your parents don’t understand the things you’re doing in your 20s.

Which kind of makes you feel like a badass pioneer.

In fact, being a single, young, professional Latina is kind of a culture shock.

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Which makes you fall even more in love with just doing you.


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 What are the best things about being single? Let us know and share!

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