#FF—Five Boho Brands to Follow During Coachella

(Source: Planet Blue Instagram; Show Me Your Mumu Instagram) You may or may not be heading to Coachella this weekend, but regardless, you can count on Instagram to keep you updated on all of its crochet-top-cut-off-shorts-fringe-bag glory. (And we hear there will be music, too). Get your fill of street-style shots, flower crowns and caftans all festival long through these five accounts.

Cynthia Vincent (@cynthiavincent)
(Source: Cynthia Vincent Instagram)Vincent’s aesthetic is so in tune with the music festival vibe that she named one of her bags the “Coachella Crossbody” (pictured above, right). The LA-based designer is partaking in the festivities this year, so expect pics straight from the scene.

Free People (@freepeople)
(Source: Free People Instagram)Founded in the early '70s, Free People has long been a premier boho-chic label, and more recently, a visible presence on the music-festival circuit.

Gypsy 05 (@gypsy05)
(Source: Gypsy 05 Instagram)All of the looks that Coachella is known for—crop tops, printed shorts and tie-dye tanks—comprise this brand, which will likely be worn by more than a few festival goers.

Planet Blue (@shopplanetblue)
(Source: Planet Blue Instagram)If you consider flouncy rompers and airy halter dresses wardrobe staples, ‘tis the season to start following Planet Blue. The Southern California boutique chain also boasts an e-commerce site, Alessandra Ambrosio’s Ále collection, and of course, a great Instagram account.

Show Me Your Mumu (@showmeyourmumu)
(Source: Show Me Your Mumu Instagram)Erase all visions of a drab, dated and ill-fitting garment from your mind. Designers Cammy Hebert and Cologne Schmidt put a fashionable spin on the muumuu (hence the name change) and their pieces are highly sought after by the Coachella-bound set. If that's not reason enough to click the "follow" button, consider the fact that they've posted a pic of a dog in a flower crown.