The first weekend of Coachella is a wrap, and it sure was an eventful one: Ariana Grande reunited *NSYNC, Winnie Harlow dyed her hair pink, Vanessa Hudgens and Hailey Bieber busted out some great festival fashion. Pretty much all of your favorite celebrities spent the past few days out in Indio, California. And in case you’re experiencing some serious FOMO, here’s a consolation prize: You can actually shop some of the best outfits from the events.
Since you’re spending the day out in the elements, some concertgoers prefer to keep their festival looks on the affordable side. For celebrities, that translates to pulling out some of your best high/low styling tricks. Case in point: Gigi Hadid attended the Sunday shows wearing a mix of runway pieces with under-$100 finds—and made it look incredible.
Hadid’s open-front knit pants, from New York-based designer Kim Shui, were pretty much made for Coachella, a place where boho chic has basically become the standard uniform. It’s also right in line with a recent trend in her wardrobe: The model has been wearing a lot of tie-dye as of late. (She wore a multi-color Ganni vest earlier on in the weekend, even.) The style is still available for purchase online, retailing for $260.
Her top constituted the “low” part of the outfit. Hadid repurposed Summersalt’s The Ribbed Voyage bikini for the daytime. (A smart move, given how hot it gets in the desert—she’s ready for a dip in the pool at any moment.) It comes in five different color ways, and retails for just $50.
That wasn’t the only affordable element about Hadid’s Coachella outfit: Her seashell belt was from Mango, and will cost you less than $30.
Finally, she decided to forego the strappy sandals—not great for stomping around festival grounds, after all—in favor of classic Doc Martens. You can pick up the same pair worn by the model at Coachella at Urban Outfitters for $140.
Coachella continues this upcoming weekend, when Kanye West will be performing for round two of the festival. Here’s hoping we get a double dose of Hadid fashions from that.