The fashion trends you should copy for Coachella

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Over the past few years, the music festival scene has transformed itself into a playground for fashionistas, ushering in a new-wave of bohemian and breezy looks. If you're headed to Coachella (or maybe are already there) outfitting is key.

So when it comes down to it, what better way is there to figure out what to wear for the festival season than the this season's hottest looks taken straight from the runway. From Valentino to Mara Hoffman, these concert-ready ensembles are so California-cool.

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The fashion trends you should copy for Coachella

WORST: Paris Hilton's all blue ensemble from 2011 was not very flattering. It featured a strange mix of shades and textures.

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BEST: Actresses Lily Collins and Kate Bosworth both looked super chic yet not overdone at a soiree in 2012. Both gals rocked a tribal and animal print style, perfect for the summer fest.

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WORST: We know Lana Del Rey is always going for a retro vibe, but this super bright muumuu look she donned for her 2014 performance looked like it had been cut from 1960s bedding.

(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella)

BEST: In 2011, Kelly Osbourne donned a vintage-style, polka dot dress, which was extremely flattering. She totally stood out from the usual Coachella crowd. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

WORST: Remember Pharell's famous oversized hat? During his Coachella performance in 2014, the "Happy" singer seemed happy with his style, but we certainly weren't. The look was disastrous.

(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

WORST: We're not exactly sure what kind of look Justin Bieber was going for while performing at Coachella in 2014. 

(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella)

BEST: Emma Roberts' all white outfit perfectly mixed textures at a 2014 party. Plus, isn't the lace skirt a nice spring addition?

(Photo by Todd Oren/Getty Images for Fruttare)

WORST: Kylie Jenner's Coachella look in 2014 was an overload on the senses.

(Photo by Todd Oren/Getty Images for Fruttare)

BEST: Vanessa Hudgens perfectly embodied the boho chic Coachella trend in 2012, with bare feet, a flower crown and a crop top. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Coachella)

WORST: Jordan Catalano meets Jesus. That's about how we felt about Jared Leto's 2014 festival garb.

(Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images for Coachella)

BEST: Katy Perry's gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana two-piece was definitely a head turner at the 2013 LACOSTE L!VE pool party. How cool are the faces on her skirt?

(Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for LACOSTE)

BEST: Actress Diane Kruger's ensemble was relaxed and fun, but she still looked put together at a 2013 Coachella party. Do you like the pirate boots?

(Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for H&M)

WORST: Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs looked almost clown-like in a crazy, patterned suit with wild matching makeup during her 2013 performance at the festival. (Photo by Helen Boast/Redferns via Getty Images)

BEST: Solange's geometric print set was perfectly structured, yet looked comfortable and chic in 2014. Luckily, it's still on trend for 2015. 

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BEST: "Glee" star Lea Michele and Lauren Conrad mastered festival style with stripes and lightweight fabrics in 2012. (Photo by Chris Weeks/WireImage)

WORST:  Kendall Jenner's all black lace outfit for a 2014 festival party looked appropriate for Halloween, but not a music festival.

(Photo by Todd Oren/Getty Images for Fruttare)

BEST: Emma Watson's Coachella style in 2012 was definitely wild! The animal print look still worked despite the unlikely pairing of black and brown. (Photo by Donato Sardella/WireImage)
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