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When you're headed to a casino concert, there are two things your outfit should be: chic and comfortable. Comfort is key, but you don't want to be underdressed, because a casino is a more dressy venue. Skip the stiletto heels and miniskirt and save them for another time, but don't worry, you have some terrific ensemble choices. Rock out at the next concert and enjoy singing to your favorite tunes instead of worrying about what you're wearing.
Jeans and a T-Shirt
Jeans and a T-shirt can sound plain, but not if you do it right. Opt for black skinny jeans -- or at least a dark blue wash -- to keep it a bit dressy. Go with a black or white T, and finish with a leather jacket. Talk about rockin' out. Add chunky, blingy jewelry and you're ready for a night of tunes.
Jeans and Blazer
Pairing jeans and a blazer is an easy way to look the perfect combination of casual and dressy. This put-together outfit leaves you with a lot of freedom in terms of color and how out-there you can go. Stick with a basic color like navy or black for your blazer, or get bolder with one in animal print or hot pink. Hey, you can even rock one of the band's Ts under your blazer, to stay effortlessly chic and show your love as a fan at the same time.
Dress and Tights
A dress and tights is a good casino concert outfit if want a feminine look that's still edgy. A tank dress or twofer dress is ideal, and you can always layer by adding on a blazer or cropped jacket to finish off your look. Wrap a scarf around your neck a couple times, letting the ends hang down, to add a touch of that hippie, music-loving vibe to your outfit.
Vest and Skirt
To show off the uber-fashionista that you are, you can rock a vest over a T tucked into a skirt. This super stylish ensemble is a hit for any concert, and it's dressed up enough that you won't look like a slouch at the casino. You can go bare-legged, or add tights if it's chilly.
You have a lot of options when it comes to footwear, but stick with something comfortable. You may be in a seat during a casino concert, but you may be standing throughout. Either way, your feet are going to get sore. Flip-flops or wedges are ideal for warmer weather; wear flat-heel ankle boots or comfy, kitten-heel knee boots when it's cold.