Are you ready for the Burnin’ Up Tour?
I know it sounds silly, but I plan the outfit I am going to wear to a concert for weeks in advance (maybe longer). I just like to be dressed appropriately and have fun. Being that I am past the age of having a desire to spend days making a homemade shirt, I like to put a look together with things I’ve got adding a few accessories here and there.
OK, OK… let me be honest, I usually buy a whole new outfit.
And it is not because I think the Guys will notice me. It is really because I enjoy dressing up a little. A little extra bling never hurt anybody.
I have already established that I am not a huge fan of tour shirts, but I do have that awesome green JB shirt, the blue tank, and a great “Team Kevin” shirt. The problem is, I have already worn each of those to a show. So I need something new.
What to do, what to do?…
How about a new gear post souped up thanks to the wonderful collage tool at Polyvore. That should do it!
I have for you, after the jump, six outfits. Three are inspired by our favorite Guys, and three are just some fun ideas for summer concert wear. Click through each of the images for detailed shopping information.
*No matter what you wear keep in mind it will likely be very hot so remember to stay hydrated and wear some sunscreen!
Pick You Favorite Jonas!
Kevinnearly ubiquitous black v-neck tee Kevin wore during the LMITE tour and while touring with Avril in Europe. This one has an awesome gold guitar up one side in honor of his status as lead guitar. I added a double guitar necklace, also in gold, because of his well documented guitar collecting obsession. Additional gold accents ramp up the Black/gold theme with comfy nearly ruin-proof flip flops, a gold-tone belt, and gold bangles up the arm. Finish the outfit off with a cute jean skirt and a pair of aviator glasses.
“purple top/white pants” look has popped up over and over lately. We love it. Add to it “DJ Danger” sunglasses, a kiss pin, and a bell bangle in honor of his tambourine. Finish off the look with gold Chucks.
Nickthat floppy white undershirt with the weird huge pocket. It must be comfy. This outfit is inspired primarily by this pic, but it is a familiar look for him. V-neck white tee, with a cap sleeve, paired with a tailored vest and black city shorts. Add to the look with keyboard belt and flip-flops, guitar earrings, a dog tag necklace (worn in support of diabetes awareness of course), and some black rimmed sunglasses. Hmm… I forgot the drums. Nick, you play too many instruments, LOL.
Other Fun Concert Outfits!
I apologize for leaving out men and kids. Next post, I promise.