We’re Obsessed With Alix Earle’s Sheer Cut-Out Pants, Bikini Top Combo

The TikTok influencer has been creating content around all of her Coachella looks.
Alix Earle

Alix Earle.

Like many influencers, Alix Earle attended the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival for some partying and fun in the desert.

Earle, who attends the University of Miami and recently signed with United Talent Agency, showed off several of her immaculate outfits on Instagram. Her ensemble for the first day of festivities in Indio, Calif., was arguably her best. 

Earle donned a black bikini from Victoria’s Secret, which she covered with a sheer pair of moss-green pants with cut-out detailing up the front and back of each leg. The 22-year-old added a body chain and a cropped fishnet sweater on her upper half before layering on a sleeveless leather vest. She accessorized with a black bag, sunglasses and platform black boots.

“Warning ⚠️ first of many Coachella posts .. prepare to be annoyed,” Earle captioned the set of photos she shared with her 2.5 million Instagram followers. She credited her glam team, including stylist Mimi Cuttrell, makeup artist Alexis Oakley and hairstylist Vincent Pelletier.

“Yesss Alix! This fit is super dope! 💫,” Trenton Lee gushed in the comments.

“How can the outfits get better than this because you slayed,” someone else observed.

“Your outfit, makeup , hair, everything is just givinggggg,” another follower applauded.

“Christina Aguilera x Coachella,” a fan noted, drawing comparison to the “Dirrty” singer’s signature look from the early 2000s.

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