Taylor Swift and her squad attended the recent Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival held in Indio, California for the first time. And as what her fans expect, “The Bad Blood” singer well-documented her experience during the big event.

MTV News enumerated what Swift could advise to those who would like to attend the event next year, inspired by her style. First, to achieve the pop singer’s look, one should bleach her hair and called it “Bleachella.”


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Then, according to the website, “make sure you’re over flower crowns.” Try to go outside the box by accessorizing the selected outfit with appropriate chokers, just like what Swift and her squad looked on this photo:

I feel like maybe chokers are the new flower crowns?

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Meanwhile, it is okay if the event goers will be going with either big or small squads, whichever is comfortable for them. But make sure to bring sunglasses for two purposes: to protect eyes from direct sunlight and of course, for a more fashionable look.

Family photo 📸

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Lastly, enjoy the show. Swift documented her excitement when she saw Rihanna on the stage. Well, MTV News noted that even though her boyfriend, Calvin Harris performed on the same stage with RiRi, it is still important to support all the artists and musicians that participated in the huge event.




Meanwhile, it has been reported earlier that Swift and “nemesis” Katy Perry might run into each other on the event. But Hollywood Life made it clear that the artists are planning to go on separate dates. For that, Perry was also spotted with her boyfriend Orlando Bloom while having a good time.

“They came in about 20 minutes into The Kills set. They were hugging and with a group of other people. Orlando was behind her and swaying with her to the music. They also were vaping together. They were kissing and very much a couple,” a witness told E! Online.