Gigi and Bella Hadid Dressed Like Twins at Coachella





While Coachella may be a place to pile on the accessories-be it flower crowns, statement sunglasses, or belt bags-the ultimate add-on is a festival-bound friend with whom to take in the scene. Just look at Gigi and Bella Hadid for proof that the best things come in pairs: When the sisters headed out hand-in-hand on day three in Indio, they wore coordinating crop tops and cool denim for a chic combination that was primed to beat the desert heat. The Hadids also bonded over festival fare (hot dogs, naturally) before taking in Cardi B's set just as the sun started to go down.

Bella took things in a '70s direction with patchwork Jean Atelier flares and a gathered midriff-baring halter. She tucked retro shades into the hem of her jeans, then kept fly-aways under control by slicking back her bangs with a patterned velvet headband (and a scrunchie on the wrist for good measure). As for Gigi, her bikini top and cuffed mom jeans had more of a '90s slant. She grounded her throwback blues with a pair of platform sneakers that were a sensible step up from sandals, and more sporty than Bella's own combat boots. A snakeskin belt cinched her silhouette and was a nice textured alternative to festival fringe. They both wore a tangle of gold necklaces and body chains, which stood out next to the wash of neutral hues, though it was their sisterly bond that took the spotlight.

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