Emily’s Army Concert Outfit of the Night
The band was so amazing and I even got to meet them afterwards! You can read all about my experience and see more pictures here if you want :)
Dress - My original design, fabric from Joann’s
Body jewerly - Charlotte Russe surplus store
Shoes - Coverse
Bag - MNG by Mango
Lady Gaga artRAVE Concert Tour Outfit
I went to Lady Gaga’s Artpop tour on Saturday and it was amazing! We decided to embrace the full gaga experience so went all out with our outfits.
Sweater - Nordstrom
Bra - Spencers (modified for fit a little bit)
Skirt - TJ Maxx
Shoes - flats from Modcloth (not pictured)
Kimono - Nordstrom
Bra - Gold cup from Spencer’s bra, attached to different bra from Target
Skirt - Nordstrom
Shoes - White Doc. Martens (not pictured)
Outfit of the Night
*yay beautiful iPhone 4S quality*
Top - I made it myself
Shorts - JCP
Sparkly Flats - Payless
Lipstick - Revlon in “Love That Pink”
How to Use Hot Rollers
- Heat your rollers (see instructions that come with them for more explanation). Then take 1 inch sections and wrap the end of the hair around the roller.
- After the end is securely wrapped around, proceed to roll the roller up the rest of the section of hair. Make sure to only touch the sides and not the hot middle section of your rollers so you don’t burn yourself!
- Then take a clip of the appropriate size and secure your roller.
- Repeat this process with the rest of your hair.
- Let the rollers sit for a desired time. The longer you wait, the tighter your curls will be. Note that once your curlers have cooled, they are not very effective anymore. While you’re waiting, you can either pretend to be a 50s housewife, Marina and the Diamonds in the video for Primadonna or just read, like and reblog all of my posts ;)
- Then remove your rollers and clips and enjoy your beautiful hair curls!
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Fancy Summer Night Out Outfit
Romper - Urban Outfitters
Shoes - Payless
Bag - MNG by Mango
General Admission Concert Clothes 101
Deciding what to wear to a concert can be one of the most stressful things. Do you go dressy or casual? Rocker or artistic? Fashionista or sensible? Well I am here to help shed some light with these key points.
- The first thing to think about is are your clothes durable. No, I don’t mean if your coat will last the winter. I’m talking about can your clothing items handle pushing, pulling, stumbling, spitting, tearing, nails, hair, beards, piercings and whatever else you might encounter in a GA pit. If you are planning on engaging in moshing, then you want to pay extra attention to this detail because you are going to encounter these at the extreme. Therefore, you probably don’t want to wear your Grandmother’s vintage Chanel flats or your mother’s diamond engagement ring.
- Jewelry/accessories is also a big thing to consider when putting together your musical attire. I would keep it to smaller, less expensive pieces. I’ve worn chunky necklaces to concerts before and when I’m jumping and dancing they tend to get tangled and usually either slam against my chest, strike me in the face or both. So thinner chains with small pendants are the way to go. As far as earrings, I would stick with studs. If you have long hair, they might get stuck or tangled up and if you don’t, theres a good chance they could get tangled in someone elses.
- Shoes are one of the hardest things to decide on because you want to be comfortable, but cute at the same time. Flats, tenis shoes (I’ve worn my converse/vans to so many concerts and they are always a great choice!) and cute sandals usually work out well for me. Just please, whatever you do, do not be that girl who wears heels. First of all, heels are very, very inconsiderate to the people around you. They make you taller and therefore harder to see over. Even if you are still short with heels on, everyone is bound to stumble, trip or fall while wearing them while in a GA concert. Therefore, you are bound to stab someone’s foot with your stiletto and nobody wants that. Honestly the best reason to not wear heels to a concert is that they stuck for standing in for long periods of time. If you have a seat, by all means work your heels. However, if you are going to be standing for 3 + hours straight in heels, blisters, bruisers and tears are likely side effects. Moral of the story: leave the heels at home.
- Dress for the weather. I’ve found it to be hot in GA sections because of all the dancing and there are also usually lots of packed bodies around you. If you are easily cold, I suggest bringing layers that can be easily taken off and stored away. There is no place for your winter coat in a GA concert, so I like to wear either sweaters or flannels because they can be easily tied around my waist or shoved in a bag.
I hope I helped you decide what to wear to your next concert. If you want some inspiration, you can check out some of my concert outfits here here & here
Thank you for reading!
Essie Nail Polish in “Bikini So Teeny”
I love this color! It is so pretty and perfect for the summer season. The light, pastel color makes my hands look tanner and looks cute with lots of summer outfits. Since I mainly wear lots of black and neutrals, a bright color like this on my nails always helps liven out the look.
Essie nail polishes are my favorite brand. They have great color pay off, are reasonably priced, and last a long time!
This true blend of baby blue and light lilac is a summer must have nail color!
You can buy this for $8 at most drugstores
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Vidcon Day 3 Outfit
I wanted to be cute, simple & comfortable for this outfit considering I was completely exhausted by this point. I was also functioning on about 3 hours of sleep.
Kimono - Windsor
Top - Windsor
Shorts - Thrifted jeans, cut off then distressed
Shoes - Payless
You can read all about my Vidcon experience as well as see pictures on my personal blog here (you have to click on each post to read about it, my theme doesn’t show captions)
Thank you for reading :)