OOTD: a concert-going look

Yesterday, I saw Panic! at the Disco live, and it was one of the best shows I’ve ever been to (aside from the two times I’ve been barricade; nothing can beat that). Being as addicted to my phone as I am, I was on it the entire ride there, and it ended up dying before Panic came on.

This is what made the show exceed the others I’ve been to.

For once, I was able to focus on the music, and I ended up crying to Girls/Girls/Boys and Hallelujah. I was able to have both hands empty and dance freely to all of my favorite songs. This, along with the amazing performance and stage effects, made the experience memorable.

Unfortunately, the only downside was that I couldn’t take any pictures during the show. I did take pictures of my outfit, though, and that’s the most important thing.

I honestly have no clue what I was going for with this outfit. The current “aesthetic” of Panic! at the Disco gives off a new-agey feel, so I picked out the best shirt to fit that category. The light-washed button-up skirt, army jacket, and boot/thigh-high combo came together after searching through my dorm room closet.

The space buns came about by chance as well, since I initially was going to do a single, half-bun. That turned out terrible, but it led to my discovery of how not-bad I actually look with two buns sitting on top of my head.

Shirt: Urban Outfitters
Jacket: Forever 21
Choker: Forever 21
Skirt: Forever 21
Shoes: Just Fab
(The socks were a gift, so I don’t know where they’re from, but I’m sure similar ones can be found just about anywhere)


I felt so confident in this look, and I’m positive it only served to make the experience even more perfect.

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2 thoughts on “OOTD: a concert-going look

  1. Your outfit was so on point last night, and I love how you did your hair! Again, I’m super happy that you got to experience them live and you had a blast. I didn’t take pictures at my show either, and I think that’s why I was able to worm my way to 3rd row or whatever it’d be in GA and fully immerse myself in the show. I ended up crying during “Always” and “Nearly Witches.”


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