It's really not difficult at all to not be offensive at Coachella.
It's a no-brainer. And yet some celebs and regular people still struggle with it.
Fear not, however, because we have created a guide for you that breaks down exactly what not to do during the music festival if you don't want to be offensive.
1. Don't Wear A Headdress
Headdresses are sacred to many Native Americans. They are not an accessory to wear to a music festival but rather an honor bestowed upon a high-ranking tribal member. They must also be earned by the wearer. Do not do like Alessandra Ambrosio (above), Khloé Kardashian, or Jessica Simpson and wear one just because you think it looks cool.
It may indeed look "cool," but it's not a fashion accessory, and treating it as such cheapens the true meaning and significance of a headdress.
2. Don't Wear A Bindi