The Best Coachella Outfits 2019

The Best Coachella Outfits 2019

Here you can find the best Coachella Outfits 2019 by editor choice.
The Coachella Music Festival is one of the most popular festivals in the world. Each spring, people from all over the globe come to see the shows, fashion and experience the eclectic energy.

Influencers, fans and celebrities jet set to Coachella as an annual ritual. Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West are frequent attendees. Celebrity sightings are not surprising to the area. Palm Springs area has been a famous iconic resort spot since the 1920s.

But there is something noticeably different this year: the fashion blogger “era” has taken center stage.
The growth and popularity of Instagram have inspired fashion bloggers to come out in multitudes. And, they didn’t just attend the festival, they created their own fashion show, “The Game of Coachella Outfits”.

So if you didn’t get a chance to be there or see the show, you can now:) Let’s check out some of the best Coachella Outfits this year.

The Best Coachella Outfits 2019

So let’s start!

DEBI FLÜGGE
@debiflugge

Coachella outfits

Coachella Outfits

Micheli Fernandes
@micheli_fernandes

Coachella Outfits 2019

 

Jamie Mansfield
@jamienkidd

Best Coachella outfits 2019

Roberta Hahl
@robertahahl

Best Coachella outfits 2019

Coachella Outfits 2019

Coachella Outfits 2019

Rose Vandekerckhove
@roses_cloud

Best Coachella outfits 2019


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Top Fashion Careers In Industry

Top Fashion Careers In Industry

If you’re dreaming about fashion careers and you’re not sure what steps to take, my suggestion is to start by discovering the positions that are available and needed in this exciting field.

If someone thought that the only job that existed in fashion industry was a seamstress or Editor at a fashion magazine, it would severely limit their options.  On the contrary, if they are aware of the pathways to pursue, it gives them a clearer perspective. Also it added leverage to make a wiser decision for their career path.

So let me help shed some light on real possibilities that may interest you in the fashion industry.

 

Fashion Careers

 

Fashion Designer

Fashion Designer is a person who designs clothing and accessories. One of the most important aspects of this role is to have a vision of design, an idea.  Typically, a fashion designer puts their vision on paper (as fashion sketches). The creative process begins with illustrations and ends with a finished product.  They can do tailoring themselves or hire a tailor to do it.  Often, top fashion designers have a team of tailors.  This can also depend on a few factors: how big the fashion house they’re working at is, whether or not it’s a private tailoring company or an Haute Couture House in Europe. It is one of the most desirable among fashion careers.

Fashion Editor 

Fashion Editor is a person that oversees the process of creating, developing and presenting content for the fashion department of a magazine, online fashion magazines, newspaper, TV Shows, etc.  Work includes writing and editing articles, supervising other writers and editors, formulating and styling fashion photo shoots, choosing photos for publications, choosing fashion items and latest trends for publication.

Fashion Stylist

Fashion Stylist (also known as Wardrobe Stylist, Personal Stylist or Image Consultant) is a consultant who selects and style the clothing.  Why there are so many names?  Well, it is because the term fashion stylist is a more general. While the term personal stylist and image consultant are pointed towards a specialty: one-on-one consultation/private consultation with a client. In such consultation, the fashion stylist goes into more depth and detail in discovering their client’s personality, goals, needs to name a few, and only then creates a personal style/ image for them.

The work of a fashion stylist varies from editorials, online apparels company, one-on-one consultations with clients, to working with fashion magazines.  Furthermore, almost every online apparel company has its own fashion stylist whose main task is to style clothing for e-commerce photoshoots on a daily basis. Also, it’s common for a fashion stylist to help fashion designers style their clothing before fashion week or a photo shoot.  The bottom line: a fashion stylist is a person who creates the “finished look” in a variety of fashion circles.

Fashion Writer

Fashion Writer is a person who in journalist in the fashion industry.  This includes fashion writers, fashion critics, and fashion reporters. Typical work includes writing and editing articles, along with taking interviews. Their work can be featured in magazines, online fashion websites, newspapers, TV Shows, etc.

Fashion Photographer

Fashion Photographer is a photographer who focuses on the fashion.  They capture and showcase clothing, shoes, accessories (that often times worn by models/celebrities) in a desirable picture. Almost every online apparel company has a fashion photographer on their team. Their job includes e-commerce and advertisement photoshoots (published or/and online editorial).  Fashion magazines such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle collaborate with fashion photographers on a constant basis.

Fashion Marketing and PR

Marketing and PR in Fashion are the same general marketing, the only difference here is the fashion field. So if you have a passion for marketing and fashion, this may be a good avenue to pursue.

New Fashion Careers

Fashion Blogger

Fashion Blogger is one of the newest among fashion careers. Fashion Blogger is a person who combines the skill of a fashion stylist, a fashion photographer, a fashion writer, and a fashion marketer. Typical work includes choosing and creating the finished look/style, capturing photos of the ready look, writing posts and doing marketing. If becoming a fashion blogger seems appealing to you, there are four skills that would greatly enhance your credibility and influence: the fundamentals of fashion styling, marketing, writing, and photography.  And, I recommend taking these classes in the following sequence:

Fashion Stylist Course

Fashion Photography Course

Fashion Writing Course

Marketing/ PR Course.

The good news: you have alternatives in education.  You can choose to go to a college or university and spend  4+ year of your life (and money) taking classes you may need or not need; or you can choose a focused, intensive path of immersion that not only saves you time and money, but that will equip you with real life skills to achieve the results you desire.Therefore to find a good fashion school that provides short intense courses is the key.

So the point is: having valid options gives you leverage to make the most effective decisions for your career path.  Whatever path you choose, make sure it’s your passion and suits your gifts. It’s paramount to do what you love– because that is a huge part of being the best version of you!

The Things That Change A Look For Better

The Things That Change A Look For Better

We recently received a question from a reader that we wanted to share with you.  She asked, “What things besides clothing can change my look for the better?”

Inherent in her question is the understanding (consciously or otherwise) that clothes are not the only thing needed to create the right style/image. So what other components bring out the best image of you?

1. Makeup – and not just finding the right kind (ingredients) for your skin but also finding the right colors for your skin tone to highlight your beauty. One thing many women forget is that discovering the right foundation is vital to creating a more natural appearance. Also, don’t forget your lips! The right color can brighten your entire face.

Spring/Summer Makeup Trend 2019

2. Accessories – This Spring/Summer: Pearl Hair slides are one of the biggest trends in 2019. Whatever item you choose, you want it to stand out and not clash with your attire. So a rule of thumb: the more simple your clothes, the bigger and more bling (accessories) you can wear vice versa.

3. Heels – Nothing adds that special something like the right heels on a spring/summer day (or night:). A note of wisdom, however: studies have shown that wearing your heels for more than three days a week can cause ankle issues, muscle imbalances, along with back pain and deformed feet. So like everything: do it in moderation.

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4. A smile -this is the universal language of real beauty.

Do What You Love – It’s Beautiful

Do What You Love – It’s Beautiful

Lately, I found myself feeling very happy. As I took a moment to reflect, I recognized that this happiness stemmed from the fact that I was doing what I love for work. In other words: my job is something I love to do; it’s my passion and when I am in my lane, I not only excel, but it brings such enthusiasm to my life.

What if we looked at the life like a chessboard? Meaning: every piece on the board has its own purpose; and when they do what they are best at, the game works. In the same way, what if each of us would follow our passion, do what we are best at, and play with purpose?

My hunch is: we would produce better quality work, experience a far greater degree of happiness; and as a result, feel more energy and vitality. Moreover, this creates a cycle of positive momentum which leads to producing even more: more happiness, more energy to reach your goals, and more opportunity to showcase your passion. So if you’re feeling dissatisfied in your work life and experiencing tension, there is a good chance that it won’t go away, until you embrace your gifts and talents and step into your purpose. One reason being: we are hardwired to pursue the desires in our heart, and until we do, a discontentment lingers.

It saddens me when I speak with people who are not happy at their work. It’s not uncommon for me to hear from a senior citizen tell me how short life is, and then in the next breath encourage me to make the most of it. So when I hear people share that they dislike waking up in the morning and going to a job they can’t stand, it makes me wonder why they continue to do something they don’t like to do– year after year after year. Again, that discontentment is often a sign that you’re not in your lane. Because when you are (like being the right chess piece) it won’t be a headache, it will feel natural. Disclaimer: I am not encouraging you to quit your job. I am, however, encouraging you to ask yourself: do I love what I do? Is it in my nature? Do I feel alive?

If you have answered no to any of these, then consider the following:

First, get clear on what you love to do– as this is often a sign of what you are wired to do and also excel at. So let’s give yourself some clarity right now. What do you love to do? If money was not an issue if you couldn’t fail, what would you do? Would you be a chef? A life coach? A DJ? Do you like organizing things? Selling? Painting? And, what do others (whose opinion you trust) say that you’re gifted at? Make a list of what you’re passionate about, and what others say you’re truly good at.

This list can often help bring awareness of your innate talents and gifts and your purpose. Once you discover this, you can begin to take intentional steps in the direction of embracing your purpose and passion on a consistent basis. Yes, as adults, we have bills to pay. Money is a necessity of life. But what I want you to consider is how you can start sowing seeds of creating a new possibility for your work life. That is, by discovering what you love and by starting to do it to your best ability, this can astronomically raise your chances of producing excellent work, give you more opportunities in that area, and as a result, getting paid for doing what you love. Marsha Sinetar put it this way: “Do what you love and the money will follow.”

Second, check your “past success folder”– What project(s) have you done that you were proud of? What was your role in that project? What part of that project excited you the most? By answering these questions, you may find a common thread of what you love to do and what you’re good at. This insight is a key to help navigate your career choices.

For example, if you had success coaching youth basketball, and parents said you were good, this may be a sign that you’re passion and gift is coaching or teaching. So explore more opportunities to coach and stay in your lane: do a camp, give a workshop, coach another team. If you do not have anything in your “past success folder” or can’t think of anything that you’ve done that has made you light up, it probably means you haven’t found your passion yet. So start trying new things that spark your interest.

For instance, if you’ve had a desire to be a fashion stylist, take a class, serve an internship at a fashion related company, go do a fashion styling. The point is: try so you can triumph. Do what excites you today. And if you are at least willing to try, it will give you a far better chance of finding your passion and natural talents; and once you discover these, then go in that direction with all your heart. You will be much happier for it and others will receive the benefits of your gift.

I wish everyone to be healthy, happy and to Do What You Love.

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