5 Victoria's Secret Angels on the 1 Thing They Wouldn’t Go To Coachella Without
If anyone knows how to do Coachella in style, it's the model squad that is the Victoria's Secret Angels. Somehow, these ladies manage to make their descent into the California desert as if fluttering down from the heavens, looking effortlessly stylish and utterly hydrated. Meanwhile, the rest of us cling to our fast-fashion fringe and sunscreen, hoping no one notices the beads of sweat accumulating on our foreheads. So, how the heck to the Angels do it? Is it magic?
Well, not exactly. Aside from having access to the perfect undergarments for any outfit (talk about an employee discount we'd be down for!), these festival veterans have a very specific list of must-haves that account for everything from physical comfort to smartphone battery life.
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If you've ever wondered just how the VS Angels manage to knock the whole festival thing out of the park every single time—and intriple-digitt heat, no less—check out their top picks for the items they couldn't possibly go without during Coachella. Be sure to add these to your kits before weekend two!
"Definitely booties. It’s important to be in comfortable shoes at Coachella so that you can dance all day and night!"
"A portable charger. At Coachella, it’s easy to get separated from your group and I want to make sure I can always find all of my girls if we get separated. My favorite kind is the Mophie Powerstation phone charger—I could never go to Coachella without it!"
"Boots! I have a pair of Valentino boots with spikes that I love and always bring with me. I’ve worn them a few times at Coachella and they are super cool and comfortable."
"My Charlotte Tilbury Wonderglow Primer. It never lets me down. Spending all weekend in the crazy desert temperatures, it’s very easy to get sweaty, oily skin, but this primer keeps my complexion glowing and keeps the look from melting away."
"I would not go to Coachella without my friends, a big smile and an open mind. Coachella is all about hanging out and enjoying music and exploring new music and having fun. And on the practical side I would not go to Coachella without a bandana in case the wind picks up and you need to cover your nose and mouth."