What to wear to a concert? Well, whether you're a Beyoncé superfan, an indie music buff or prefer the stylings of Cardi B, we've got the perfect outfit for you. Rule number one when it comes to concertgoing is that your outfit is as comfortable as it is cool. Of course, there are a few factors to consider: You need to be able to dance, possibly hoof it long distances and possibly brave the elements. But you also need an outfit that will work with you, not against you, in the crowds (no need to overheat in leather trousers). To help, we've compiled five looks from some of our go-to Instagram stars.
The key to concert cool is actually by rejecting all sartorial norms: Forget the skinny jeans, band tee and Converse. Throwing on a floral dress is far more original. By taking inspiration from the likes of Isabella Thordsen and Monikh Dale, we guarantee there'll be an ensemble that's right for you. Click through to see and shop five concert-ready outfits.
Style Notes: Leopard-print skirts are still just as in demand as they were last season. As Ellie proves, they look their coolest when paired with a graphic tee and western boots.
Style Notes: Few pieces look as effortless as a boilersuit. Make like Isabella and wear a failsafe khaki style with tan accessories, though we recommend switching her suede boots to leather.
Style Notes: Gig outfits needn't sacrifice on glamour—just ask Charlotte Kuhrt, who's given her slinky blouse a spin with a matching denim miniskirt and sock boots.
Style Notes: Restricting clothes are a no-go when you're cutting shapes, so if you insist on wearing chic jeans and a blazer, make sure you opt for oversized silhouettes in true Monikh style.
Style Notes: If you're intent on working up a sweat with some serious dance moves, a minidress will serve you well. Follow Megan Ellaby's lead and add kicks and stacked bangles to nail the relaxed vibe.
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This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.