five outfit ideas for concerts this summer

Well, I was so excited because tonight, my friend and I were supposed to be going to see Ariana Grande in Orlando. BUT, the show got postponed (until November!!) at the very last minute. I was planning on sharing outfit ideas for concerts to align with this. Even though it’s kind of irrelevant to my night now, I know you all probably have concert plans this summer, so there’s no shame in sharing still.

I’ve also rounded up a couple of cute clear stadium bags. I’ve noticed these are hard to find. It seems like the cute ones are a million dollars and the decently priced ones are kind of ugly. Luckily, I actually found my go-to bag, a clear one with a red and green strap, at Walmart of all places.


This is a great look for someone who may have a more classic style. Pair a neutral, lacy camisole with a matching long cardigan for a monochromatic look on top. For bottoms, try a pair of straight leg jeans and to make the look a bit more sporty (a concert is the perfect excuse), add a pair of Adidas pool slides.


For certain shows, I like to pull references from edgy, rock’n’roll fashion with a little infusion of French girl style. Try a pair of chic, cut off black skinny jeans with a loose fitting black blouse, revealing a black lace bralette. Finish it off with a pair of edgy boots.


If you want to try something a little different than standard concert fare, pair a white maxi dress with an oversized green army jacket. For a sporty vibe, add white Stan Smiths and finish it off with a pair of cool sunglasses if you’ll be outside.


For a super easy and comfortable look that works for every type of concert imaginable, pair a loose little printed dress with white high-top Converse. Style with lots of gold rings and a pair of short hoop earrings.


For an outdoor show, especially a festival, you might have a bohemian vibe in mind. Try a white boho blouse with classic denim cut offs. For a bit of country flair, try a pair of chic ankle cowboy boots and a colorful bandana in your hair, tied on the handle of your bag, or around your neck.