We Discovered The Best Style Hacks For Ultimate Concert Comfort

Concert season has crept up on us faster than we thought! I don’t know about you, but I love me a good concert. Tons of our favorite artists are touring this summer: Selena Gomez & DNCE, Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber and Beyonce, just to name a few.

Going to a bunch of concerts and experiencing all different climates and conditions in the past has prepared me for this upcoming season. Isn’t it horrible when it’s hot out and you’re hair frizzes after doing it for an hour before you leave? Having your shirt ride up every time you jump up and down can be annoying when all you are trying to do is enjoy the music! And the worst is not being able to stand because your feet hurt from being stepped on or just from standing the whole time.

Have no fear –we have some solutions for all of these problems.

First, lets tackle hair.

French braids are what’s on-trend, and what better way to be trendy than at a concert with thousands of fans? You do your braid/braids before the concert, spray a little hairspray on it, and you no longer have to worry about your hair for the rest of the night. In my eyes, this is perfection.

Check out Selena Gomez and blogger Tess Christine rocking the braids here:

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Bodysuits. Underrated.

We know, we know, bodysuits are terrible if you have to use the bathroom. But come on, just take a couple of seconds and get over it. They are great for concerts because you don’t have to worry about it riding up, falling off, or getting blown around. They can easily be trendy if you’re going to Governors Ball, or they can be dressed down with a leather jacket if you are going to a smaller venue. And let’s be real, these body suits can DEFINITELY be rocked if you are going to see the one and only Queen B.

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Sneakers. Comfort.

All I can say is don’t risk wearing flip-flops to a concert. Too much jumping around could lead to a sprained ankle or your toes being stepped on when the crowd is entering, exiting or bombarding the stage. Sneakers are exactly what you need. With all the trendy sneakers being made now, it’s easier than ever to look cute and be comfortable while going to a concert. Plus, they give a little extra bounce when you are jumping around.

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And there you have it — the ideal concert ensemble! to complete the look, go with a trust cross-body bag. You’ll need to carry your stuff in something!

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