As spring starts to take full swing, so do all the rowdy and raucous spring concerts. Whatever kind of music you enjoy, it always sounds better in the heat of the spring or summer sun. It is time to whip out the high-waisted shorts with a sassy floral headband for a “Woodstock” venue, hot leather pants for those rap concerts and even crop tops and cowboy boots for those of you who love a good honky tonk! No matter where your music vibes are coming from this spring, you always have to know how to standout at a concert! This Fahsionista did just that when she was on her way to a 2 Chainz concert at the Lyric Oxford!
This Fashionista chose to dress for a rockin’ rap concert that was going on later that night in the Oxford Square. She definitely nailed the rap concert look by putting some upbeat color on a edgy look. Her bright orange, half-sleeve shirt by Fly Boutique in Picayune, MS was fabulous, and one of last season’s and this season’s go-to tops. This shoulder-less top provided the prefect amount of skin and vivaciousness to this look. Her cutout, metal embedded pants from Miss Behavin on the Square in Oxford were a great asset to her colorful top and black jeweled necklace. The pants showed off a little leg and made the look immaculate for a rap concert.
When going to a concert, the idea is not look rubbishy and show a ton of skin, but add pieces of your outfit that do show some peek-a-boo skin. She effortlessly completed her bold appearance by lacing up some combat boots by Steve Madden. Her loose, auburn curled hair was flowing over her gorgeous J.Crew necklace, which had flickers of gold, crystal and black jewels adorning her neckline. Lastly, she added a pop of color to her face by smacking on a bright pink lip by MAC. Overall, this look is concert ready for sure!
One Simple Change: To go from a rap concert to a heat wave, ditch the cutout leggings and throw on some high-waisted shorts, tuck in the red shirt or fold it under a bandeau to create a DIY crop top. Put on a bunch of dangly thin gold and silver necklaces in place of the chunky jeweled necklace! Of course then throw on a flower head band, you flower child you!