Concert Outfit: Enough with Bohemian!

We love going to concerts! Not only because we like watching the performances, but concerts are where we can meet people from different backgrounds with different personal styles. The overflowing and evident style inspirations are everywhere!

But we’ve noticed that in the past few years, popularized by Coachella, bohemian style is the go-to style for concert goers. From fringe boots, top with floral prints, headbands, floral crown, aztec prints, to ethnic vibe accessories, we’ve seen it all and we’re bored. 

For you, we’ve curated 5 looks to try when going to a concert! Feel free to modify and adjust it to match your personal style.

1. Crop top and the classic jeans

We’re going classic this time. Jeans never dies and will forever be in the fashion radar. When going to a summer festival, you can combine jean shorts or skirts with fitted crop top. Complete the look with your go-to sneakers!

2. Buttoned dress for sure

This dress is everywhere! Everyone suddenly trades off their little black dress for this dress. The dress is perfect for many occasions from a casual stroll around town to a friend’s birthday party. Surely it can also be worn at a concert!

3. Tied tee knot

If you’re someone who likes simplicity, you may like this one. Find an oversized blouse or t-shirt and tie a knot on it to give shape to your body without looking too sexy. A simple knot can completely transform a piece of clothing, taking it from shapeless to figure-flattering and fun in just a few seconds!

4. Oversized blazer with shorts

In fashion, the line between business wear and street style is blurred. It’s safe to say that now you can wear a blazer to a weekend event like a concert without being judged. The key is to choose the perfect blazer. We suggest to pay attention the blazer’s material. Avoid wearing a blazer made from velvet, wool, or cashmere. Instead, choose a blazer made from cotton, linen, or silk blazer (if it’s an indoor concert). Oversized blazers with drapey effect are the best one to look casual. When it comes to color, it’s okay to wear safe colors such as black, grey, beige, or navy blue, but to make it look more fun, try pastel colors! Lastly, don’t pair your blazer with trousers, it will make you look too formal.