Couples at Coachella: Emma Watson & Will Adamowicz, Diane Kruger & Joshua Jackson, Kate Bosworth & Michael Polish

It's the beginning of festival season, which can only mean one thing...it's Coachella time! We've disected their hipster fashion looks from the first three days which took place over the weekend (yes, those lucky folk over in sunshine county have another weekend of festival fun to come!) but it also appears that cupid's arrow has struck many of their hearts too. Never before have we seem so many loved up A-list couples, walking arm in arm and gazing into each other's eyes - and we have to admit we're kind of jeals! Infact they seem so in sync, they have even coordinated their outfits. A little farfetched perhaps, but we've been ogling over their outfits for the past couple of days and they have the whole his and hers looks happening too. After already stealing his jacket, Kate Bosworth was sporting next season's western style shirt and boots from Isabel Marant (FYI courtesy of Ms. Marant the cowgirl trend is going to be massive next winter!) as she cosied up to boyfriend Michael Polish, who was wearing complimentary colours in his taupe tee and tonal denim. Loved up couple Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson couldn't keep their hands off eachother throughout the weekend. Perhaps it was their mutual appreciation for their matching stripes that had captured their hearts?! Brit actress Emma Watson was literally draped over her new beau Will Adamowicz as they posed in their leather jackets whilst "Vampire Diaries" couple Ian Somerhalder and girlfriend Nina Dobrev were matching in loose jersey too. So afterall it would appear psychologists were indeed correct in saying we are attracted to people who look similar and perhaps his and hers matching outfits is the ultimate smugness to be reached in a relationship!? Who knows! Anyhow we're thinking of tapping into that narcissim and are going to start dressing like Johnny Depp anyway!

 



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