I always hate the celebrities at Coachella that go for the hipster look. It's like they're trying to recreate Woodstock and just end up looking so stupid.
Amen to that.
I'm so glad I'm not the only who thinks she's trying way too hard. Everything looks so contrived. It all completely looses the concept of that bohemian ideal. It looks like she intentionally bought all her clothes and accessories from ONE store just for this event. So lame.
The last look is an emprovement, but she looks more like a old witch woman than a boho-hipster. IMO the dress and fringe bag would look better without the cardigan and with her hair pulled half back or a cute side braid. If she took an extra 5 minutes a day to look more put together than it would be a big improvement.
What's wrong with "trying hard" to look good? Isn't that what 99% of the people in this world do (save the extra 1% for rebels, who even they try hard to not fit the norm)?
Isn't this a fashion forum? Since when are people scrutinized for trying to be fashionable?
There's nothing wrong with putting effort into your appearance. However, it does look a bit silly when you go through the process of getting extensions solely for a 3-day music festival. Especially since the look she appeared to be going for (boho/hippie) is kind of supposed to be the opposite of contrived.
Vanessa Hudgens says Victoria Beckham is her ''inspiration'' because she has launched a successful fashion line.
Vanessa Hudgens says Victoria Beckham is her "inspiration".
The 'Beastly' star is keen to follow in the footsteps of the former Spice Girl by creating her own fashion line, which is both popular and critically acclaimed.
She said: "Victoria Beckham is someone I take inspiration from. Also Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. They have such an amazing fearlessness of fashion and that's why their lien is so incredible. I hope to be the same."
However, Vanessa, 22, says she is no hurry to bring out the range as she wants to take her time on it.
She said: "It's something I'm thinking about doing - it'll be very 60s and 70s with lots of embroidery and beadwork. I'm figuring out if I want to do it with someone or on my own. There's no rush, so I want to make sure it has the perfect home."
Talking about her own style she told LOOK magazine: There's the work Vanessa, who is professional, then the everyday Vanessa, who is more bohemian. I love wearing lots of rings, because they're so much fun."