There’s something so adrenaline rushing about being at an outdoor concert hearing the music of your favorite artist blast into the sky and echo into the open air while enjoying some quality time with friends and fans under a starry sky. The feeling is also strangely peaceful because in that short two hour period everything is right in the world. These are major moments that you will be able to cherish for the rest of your life, so why not wear a memorable outfit?
This Fashionista’s goal was to wear an outfit that was concert-worthy and kept her comfortable all day. Flannels are great lightweight pieces that transition well with daytime to evening weather. But this is not your average flannel. This vintage shirt dress screams of modern punk influences. It takes a modest, mid-20th century silhouette a throws it out the window by leaving the dress totally unbuttoned.
Continuing with this edgy vibe, the Fashionista pairs the flannel with black shorts, a striped T-shirt and combat boots. The boots are perfect for battling any mud, mosh pits or other messes that might happen while you enjoy breathing in the same air as your favorite performers (because you know that’s what you’re thinking when you’re at a concert).
They say two is better than one, and that is certainly the case for this Fashionista and her messy buns. She rocks two of them to keep her curly hair out of her face as she head bangs to some sick jams. Her make up is pretty low maintenance so having to touch it up is not a distraction.
When attending a concert, comfort is key. It’s important to be physically comfortable in your outfit but also feel confident in your style choice. If you feel good in it, you’ll look good in it. So rock whatever your heart desires and enjoy the show.
One Simple Change: When you’ve got music on the brain but no concerts in your near future, you can still rock this rad look when going out with the girls. Replace the shorts for a leather skirt, remove the striped T-shirt and button a few buttons on the plaid dress, letting some leg peak through.