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

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…

? @maccosmetics | Ready To Party Extra Dimension Shadow to highlight (;

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…To familiar looking tassel jackets.

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Western ft @manieredevoir fringed jacket

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Remember this?

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. 

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