Concert Wear

  • The System Maintains

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    .......The stuff I wear everyday, what else?

    My canvas biker jacket with all the studs 'n' spikes, boots, some kinda band shirt that's not the band I'm seeing, some thing with patches on probably a skirt/trousers.
    Ohhh and my bum bag just 'cos everything fits in it and it doubles up as my studded belt X]

    Yes I look like a freak all year round.
    August 11th, 2008 at 04:42am
  • Dasha.

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    I wear the usual
    A band T-shirt or Tank
    some sort of capris with a belt to keep them on and my converse/Vans

    The Perfect Crowd Surfing wear Victory
    August 11th, 2008 at 05:16am
  • isangelical.

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    It depends on what show I go to.

    I always wear a band tee of the band I most want to see at the show. Which is usually Linkin Park. Once I even switched shirts because my 2 favorites (LP and HIM) were playing.

    It was sort of tradition for me to wear my Tripp bondage pants, but they're really a hassle sometimes. I mean in the winter they're great, but yeah. I wore capris to my last show and jeans before that. But I always, ALWAYS wear my crummy Converses that I wore to my very first show, unless it's too cold (they got a lot of wear and tear, I can rip the soles out if I want to. Bad shape.).

    Aside from that I just bring a hoodie or sweater along for later, since I normally go to outdoors all-day festival-type shows (Projekt Revolution, Bamboozle Festival, etc.). When I went to Bamboozle this year, I even had this neon purple raincoat because it was s'posed to rain.
    August 11th, 2008 at 05:48am
  • Bells.

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    I wear a band shirt (why can't we wear band shirts? That's silly! It just shows the band your support!), baggy enough jeans, Converse (they're not that bad...) and a jacket, which I just carry back to the hotel or give to my line-slave, which is a person who runs around the city for me while I'm in line. Fanny packs are good too... :XD
    August 11th, 2008 at 07:56am
  • narcotics

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    normal stuff.
    I don't dress up for concerts (like warped tour) but when I went to the JB concert i dressed all crazily with like a poofy skirt and such and wore an intense amount of bright makeup.

    Only if i want to get noticed.
    August 11th, 2008 at 08:05am
  • Ville Valo

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    I never wear anything fancy. Usually I wear jeans, dolly shoes or converse, a top and jacket.
    No one is going to see you in the crowd and your going to come out sweaty anyway.
    August 11th, 2008 at 03:09pm
  • Spaztastic

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    Depends what type of concert.
    Generally all I go to is punk, so I have to wear clothing that will let my skin breath. Otherwise I'd die in the heat all those people make from moshing.
    But I never wear a band tee. Really, what's the point?

    I always wear a bandana, though - to keep my hair out of my face since I can't stand sweaty hair on face.
    August 11th, 2008 at 04:49pm
  • Pestilence.

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    I wear what I wear everyday :] when it's warmer, I wear my Bermuda shorts and a band shirt of the band I want to see. When it's cold, I wear skinny jeans and a band shirt. I always wear my black converse, because they are the most comfy pair of shoes I own. I never wear a sweatshirt, because I always think I'll lose it. Or flip flops, that's just a bad Idea.
    August 11th, 2008 at 04:57pm
  • strange.

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    Depends on the concert really, I'm debating about what to wear to MSI.

    I never wear anything to hot, ever since I saw Panic and couldn't breath because we were so close together. I never take a bag either, because I find it a pain to carry around and not drop, I just take my phone and money in my pockets.
    August 11th, 2008 at 05:04pm
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    BeeBlasphemy:
    Depends on the concert really, I'm debating about what to wear to MSI.

    I never wear anything to hot, ever since I saw Panic and couldn't breath because we were so close together. I never take a bag either, because I find it a pain to carry around and not drop, I just take my phone and money in my pockets.
    I never take a bag. Over here they search your bag sometimes and at one venue (Glasgow Barrowlands) they have metal detectors at the entrance for us all to walk through. Which means if your wearing a metal belt, you get stopped.
    August 11th, 2008 at 07:09pm
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    Haley is Rad xo.:
    A pair of skinny jeans, a band t-shirt, and converse. Plain, simple, and cute.
    Agreed. :cute:
    August 11th, 2008 at 11:00pm
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    BeeBlasphemy:
    Depends on the concert really, I'm debating about what to wear to MSI.

    I never wear anything to hot, ever since I saw Panic and couldn't breath because we were so close together. I never take a bag either, because I find it a pain to carry around and not drop, I just take my phone and money in my pockets.
    I never take a bag. Over here they search your bag sometimes and at one venue (Glasgow Barrowlands) they have metal detectors at the entrance for us all to walk through. Which means if your wearing a metal belt, you get stopped.
    Lmao.
    I got stopped at the glasgow barrowlands for wearing a metal belt.
    I was like fuck sake. Disgust
    August 11th, 2008 at 11:02pm
  • lennonzest-

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    i usually wear t-shirts, sneakers, and a pair of comfy jeans. or probably shorts.

    and for the hair, i always put it in a pony tail 'cos its like so hot inside. pshaw.
    August 12th, 2008 at 10:04am
  • Chazz_MCR

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    Even if it's freezing outside I just wear a band shirt and jeans, fuck the jacket I'm noramally too excited to notice i'm cold anyways and once your inside it's hot as hell.
    And in summer normally just band shirt and shorts with my connies.
    August 12th, 2008 at 11:10am
  • Cristina Scabbia

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    I usually just wear jeans and a t shirt.

    If I've got a shirt of that band, then I'll probably wear that :)
    August 12th, 2008 at 11:30am
  • Fish Camp

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    I never wear jackets...

    But I usually just wear a T-shirt and jeans. Never anything too low cut, because I've def flashed Paramore before. And never something you reallyreally love because my clothes have *not* been the same since...

    Does anyone have any hair tips though? Because I always feel like my hair is nasty as fuck and totally in someone else's face...
    August 12th, 2008 at 03:14pm
  • Ashlee Simpson

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    Standard outfit is skinny jeans my yellow converse which got ruined at a Pigeon Detectives concert, a white strap top and then a three quarter sleeved cardigan. I wore my hair down a couple of times and that turned out to be a really bad idea :tehe:

    I'd say always take a hair tie or two with you if you're going to wear your hair down so you can always tie it up. I usually come to a show with my hair down and the leave with it in a bun and my fringe kept back with one of those indie hair bands...
    August 12th, 2008 at 03:43pm
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    At this Fall Out Boy concert that I went to, I saw a girl in the mosh pit with a pitiful excuse for a skirt on. It was kinda... weird. I was like, WTF?! Who would mosh in a skirt?!
    August 12th, 2008 at 03:58pm
  • Spaztastic

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    skrillex.:
    Lmao.
    I got stopped at the glasgow barrowlands for wearing a metal belt.
    I was like fuck sake. Disgust
    O.o the security guards don't just tell you to take them off?
    I've only been to one venue where they've had metal detectors. Well...it was one of those metal detector wands...they do the same thing.
    It was at the House of Blues for Rancid. You had to take everything out of your pockets (coins because they'll set them off, and if you don't take your lighter out when they tell you they'll throw it away) and to take off all belts.
    That way nothing will set it off.
    August 12th, 2008 at 05:17pm
  • Spaztastic

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    Fish Camp:
    I never wear jackets...

    But I usually just wear a T-shirt and jeans. Never anything too low cut, because I've def flashed Paramore before. And never something you reallyreally love because my clothes have *not* been the same since...

    Does anyone have any hair tips though? Because I always feel like my hair is nasty as fuck and totally in someone else's face...
    I wore a tank to my last concert and it got soaked with sweat from people around me and totally stretched out. And I loved it. =/ I ended up leaving with my entire bra showing. It was fun walking back to the car in downtown Chicago. Lol. Everyone was looking. I learned to never wear that type of tank again.

    Hair wise, if it's long enough pull it back. Bandannas work too. I have hair that doesn't even touch my neck and I always wear a bandanna if it's not spiked.
    August 12th, 2008 at 05:21pm