10 Puritan-Style Hats At Coachella 2015 That Prove The Festival Is Just Like The Mayflower
For years, the flower crown has reigned supreme as the official headgear of Coachella. That is, until now. Pilgrim hats were huge at Coachella 2015, judging from the profusion of hip kids wearing black felt hats typical of the passengers on the Mayflower. Famouses utilized their protective brims in order to look less conspicuous. Non-famouses employed their air of mystery to look more conspicuous. I'm sure that there are plenty of parallels to draw between Plymouth Rock and Coachella — the partying, the dancing, the reality television appeal. Oh wait...
So behold! A selection of black felt hats evidencing the fact that the Indio Valley has officially gone way back into time.
Going boldly where no man has gone before, Gigi Hadid’s bae Cody Simpson accessorizes his hat with not one, but TWO bolo ties.
After binge-watching the whole Amish Mafia series, Bieber decided that he needed one of their hats. His expression communicates how happy he is with his purchase.
Fun festival goer no. 1
This spry young lady took mom’s advice and brought a sun hat. Only problem is that said sun hat absorbs the sun and is basically a dutch oven for your skull.
Fun festival goer no. 2
I swear my head isn’t hot. Really.
Fun festival goer no. 3
Workin’ the 1890s Daguerreotype face.
Fun festival goer no. 4
Perhaps more of a Gaucho hat, but I’m gonna count this one.
Hat man, girlfriend & her friend
This Pilgrim hat that came here with its significant other and the significant other’s bestie. It totally wasn’t awkward.
Hat man, girlfriend & chill third wheel, cont'd
Until it was.
Flower beards are SO mainstream.
Fergie Ferg even got in on the trend, because when at Coachella, one does as the Coachellans do.
Carefree gals in trendy hats
It’s a hat thing. You wouldn’t understand.