Concerts are great events that will always become unforgettable memories. But what should you wear when you are making these memories? Dress it up or dress it down to sing along to your favourite artists live. Be sure to opt for something light, comfortable and won’t be a hassle for you to stand in. Here are my top picks for outfits to wear to a concert that will make sure you slay at your next festival, while staying comfortable all night long!
Skinny Jeans and Crop Top
This first ensemble is clean, classic, and edgy. The black high waist skinny jeans is spruced up by its distressed rip up and down the leg. Paired with a simple white loose crop top, and a bright coloured flannel around the waist. Comfortable and stylish, for even more comfort points, switch out the pair of heels for your sturdiest trainers! This outfit is definitely the one to go for if you are attending a punk or rock concert (but lets be real, this would look good anywhere)!
This all-black number is so chic and so perfect for concerts. The high waist black skinny jeans are paired with a simple black bandeau top. Easy, simple, stylish. The big leather bomber thrown over the shoulders is also perfect for a concert because you can easily take it off or put it on depending on where you are. This simple but gorgeous outfit is easy to throw together, and can also be spruced up with accessories.
Leather Skirt and Band T-Shirt
Make use of your band tee if you are going to see a band that you love! Build an outfit around your favourite band t-shirt. Here, the band tee is tucked into a sleek leather pencil skirt. Throw a letter jacket on top and you are done! Quick, easy, and definitely stylish.
Another way to style your band t-shirt is to simply tuck it into your favourite pair of denim shorts. This look is easy to assemble, and will suit any concert you might be going to. Add the finishing touches onto your simple outfit with some jewellery and other accessories for some extra character!
Go all out with this outfit at a concert or a music festival to kill that boho princess vibe. The beautiful sheer white maxi slip with floral designs is paired with a contrasting black bralette and high waist shorts set. Cinch this look in with a thick black buckled leather belt to give you all those curves. This is one of the outfits to wear to a concert that is showy yet dainty and feminine.
This breezy floral look is for those who want a summery look at a concert. The deep burgundy and white print shirt tucked into a pair of high waist light-wash distressed denim shorts is an ensemble that is comfortable without losing on style. The feminine touch of this outfit is also beautiful. This is one of the outfits to wear to a concert that is easy and dainty.
Yet another all-black ensemble that is perfect for concerts! You really can’t go wrong with black in my opinion. The black sheer lace bodysuit is tucked into a pair of black high-waist jeans is accessorised with a chunky black double buckle leather belt. Chic, elegant, and stylish! Definitely rock this look to a concert.
Rock this white linen striped summer slip dress to a summer concert for that lightweight girly look. The shape of the dress is flattering to the body shape, and the giant brown buttons adds character to the overall look. Pair with a nude coloured floor length cardigan for an extra layer that will tie the whole look together. Accessorise with a floral bandanna or lots of jewellery to complete the ensemble!
This dress is beautiful to wear to a concert, or anywhere else. The floor length maxi is open at the front, giving it a sexy look, but also adds to the comfort. The buttons down the front also add a nice touch to the overall flirty look to the outfit. Pair with any purse or clutch to complete your concert look!
This last look also gives me major summer vibes. The simple white t-shirt with mini cactus prints is knotted at the front for a cute cropped look, and the mauve A-line skirt adds a slight pop of colour that brings to ensemble together.
Which of these outfits to wear to a concert are you going to try? Let us know in the comments below!
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My name is Sandra, I currently study English and Creative Writing at the University of Royal Holloway. I am an avid reader and writer with a penchant for contemporary poetry and fiction writing. I hope to open the discussion on topics that I are near and dear to me through writing. I am passionate about literature, makeup, fashion, fitness, and I hope to discuss this in my articles