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When Coachella starts trending on twitter you know the musical festival season has begun. Once, the vibes and the grooves were all that mattered, but nowadays fashion and beauty has joined the party. Major retailers are even producing specialized ‘Look Books’ to inspire you to wear their wares when you join that war dance drum circle. See the best festival looks in the notes.

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Spring is an amazing season; everything comes back to life. Leaves sprout off trees, flowers bloom, birds sing you awake, and the longer and warmer days put pep in your step. It’s also the in between month for hairstyles. Click the notes for details on the “in between wave.” –– Kelly Rowe 

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Okay, so it’s still cold outside but the days are starting to get longer and spring is starting to seem closer. If you’re anything like me that means you’re already finding creative ways to wear open-toed shoes and bronzer, anything to pretend spring is already here. Flowered headbands are a great way to incorporate spring beauty into your late-winter ensembles. Click the style notes for tips on how to wear the look. –– Laura Martin

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Valentino is sticking with bohemian braids for 2015, showing a soft and sweet style for the 2015 Couture show. As noted on, the looks were inspired by the fragile nature of innocent love. The models wore a loose plait that resembled a crown and was decorated with tiny buds, like daises and violets. The blooms appeared to be plucked right out of a field (if it weren’t for the freezing temperatures outside!). It may not be summer quiet yet, but festival goers take note: the flower crown has gone couture. Skip the plastic blooms at the high street stores and head to your nearest flower market for a prettier take on Coachella headgear. For more inspiration, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart


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Special Thanks to Michelle Rotbart for this post. Michelle is a professional trend forecaster for the NYC-based fashion and retail forecaster, Doneger Group