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WHAT TO WEAR: Winter Concert

WHAT TO WEAR: Winter Concert

I don’t know about you guys but concerts are one of my favorite events to dress up for and attend. I love how unique everyone’s style can be even though we all share a common taste in music. The vibe from any concert I attend is always a positive and uplifting one. So please this winter, get a ticket, go out, and see one of your favorite artists perform.

The difficult part when it comes to concerts is the weather. Once inside the event it tends to get hot fast since everyone is close together and dancing. The tricky part is getting to the concert in the winter. It gets cold! So, it can be hard to find an outfit that will keep you warm outside yet allow you to be comfortable when dancing the night away.

I came across the perfect concert outfit that gives off an edgy vibe. This Fashionista is ready to take on the winter weather by layering fishnet tights under her ripped blue jeans. With the help of the holes in both the tights and jeans, this Fashionista will not be overheated on the dance floor. A jacket is essential for a winter concert but make sure not to wear anything too bulky. The white long sleeve bodysuit pairs perfectly with the rest of the outfit. The Fashionista decided to pair a black bomber jacket that will keep her warm as well as fitting comfortably inside a bag.To finish it off, the black heeled booties tie together this edgy look.

The outfit is accessorized with a diamond choker and hoop earrings. The Fashionista is rocking a rose lip, winged eyeliner, and neutral eye shadow which allows for the focus to remain on her outfit. The winged eyeliner is subtle but still gives off a confident bad girl vibe.

Never let the cold weather stop you from attending a fun and new event. It may not seem this way at first but I can guarantee you, concerts are just as enjoyable in the wintertime as long as you’re dressed appropriately for the temperature! Winter outfits can be a little intimidating but I promise, follow your heart, wear what you love, and rock on at a winter concert this season.