April 27th, 2015 at 1:26pm

Spring has come and the Coachella music festival has passed, where our favorite celebrities roam the festival grounds in their boho-chic outfits being snapped by photographers for all of our eyes to see. The long flowy pants, floppy hats, loose dresses and cute booties all make up just some of the festival themed attire. What happens to these adorable outfits when one leaves Coachella? Are these bohemian-chic outfits fashionably acceptable in daily life? As of now, they are, and these looks are taking over the hot list for spring styles.

This Fashionista who was born and raised in California embodies the Coachella look in Boston. Wearing a loose fit red dress from For Love and Lemons, she rocks the bohemian style in the windy city. The dresses from For Love of Lemons all have this very free spirited look and come in a wide range of colors. The dresses are usually made of lace, so this one is different and unique but perfect for the daytime.

Over her red dress, this Fashionista wore a light brown jacket from the Melrose Trading Post, an outdoor flea market with great finds for awesome prices in the heart of Los Angeles. This flea market is unique because they pick out all the best things from thrift stores and then sell them all in one place. Instead of the buyer having to search through thrift store after thrift store, they do the job for you! This Fashionista obviously knows where to find a bargain with awesome clothing.

For accessories, this Fashionista is wearing a floppy black hat from ALDO, a pair of black booties from Zara to match her hat and a pair of cute sunglasses from Urban Outfitters. All together, this look is perfect for the trending street style of Coachella festival pieces.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Wear what makes you feel good. Except sneaker heels, never wear sneaker heels.”