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WHAT TO WEAR: Concert

WHAT TO WEAR: Concert

Alright ladies and gents, it is now mid-summer, aka festival/concert season. You can’t deny we don’t all plan our outfits for some saucy festival fashion or concert outfit. Concerts are the time to wear something a little out of bounds from your everyday wear and jazz it up. However they can be hard to dress for, not only do you want to stand out but you want to be able to stand up…this is the only time I will ever not promote heels (unless you find heels from heaven that after hours of standing and dancing don’t snap your ankle off–in that case send them my way). Not only that, but you need an outfit that you can preferably move in to whatever degree of dancing you tango with.

So concert dwellers let me make your hunt a little less stressful and a whole lot easier and give you some concert staples. Our Fashionista captures an outfit that is versatile, whether you are raving, festival frolicking or concert going. Pairing a bodysuit with comfortable leather leggings and booties, she not only stands out, but can be comfortable. The leggings add sass to her outfit and her soft pink bodysuit adds a flirty vibe. She dresses it up with simple necklaces and increases her style and comfort wearing black booties. The black booties I would highly recommend and have chosen myself at festivals because they tie an outfit together and keep you comfortable. Flip flops and sandals sound like a nightmare in a mosh pit of people stepping on your toes and trudging through the dirt and mud. Heck no. For accessorizing you will see the crystal drop necklaces coming in style, and can dress up any casual outing outfit with them. These are fun and have a spunky look to them.

How To: To get this look pair a simple bodysuit and lace bralette. Urban Outfitters is great for finding both of these items and has an array of styles to choose from. Spice the outfit up with some staple leather leggings and booties. To dress your outfit up add a simple necklace and initialed necklace like this Fashionista did. The initialed necklace just makes the look more personalized. One can achieve the look with any short necklace from collarbone length to choker and match it with a longer strung necklace. Chokers for sure are a staple look this summer. Altogether you can not go wrong for any music event you are attending with these style pointers.