Six trendy rave outfit ideas to wear at the next EDM concert
Rave fashion is a distinct blend between decade-old subcultural traits and future-proof alternative clothing trends. And, yes, it is conceived to bring entertainment to the boldest party-starters around there.
The good news? Though the party world might still be experiencing the social isolation consequences, top-line rave brands are here to keep the spirits high as usual.
So, is everyone ready to get a fashion inspiration boost for the next EDM festival on the calendar? Below is a list of the freshest rave outfit ideas as of the end of 2021.
Printed spandex fashion is indeed a world of its own, and ravers happen to know that perfectly well. However, when one-piece and full-body costumes enter the equation, the result is unquestionably supreme.
Being next-level head to toe is now easier than ever – all one needs to do is pick the print, jump into the second skin and go own the front stage!
Combining different garments can bring both the good and the bad type of thrill, depending on the mood. But the ultimate pre-made fashion choice can be the ultimate statement and in most cases will definitely fit the bill.
Normally, these outfits consist of:
A sexy cut-out or crop top – sleeveless, short-sleeved or short-sleeved
And a stunning matching bottom – a pair of savage leggings or a pair of cheeky rave booty shorts
Sometimes, an outfit can be complemented with extra accessories, such as long thumbhole sleeves, a multi-purpose neck gaiter or a protective face mask for indoor events.
Sometimes, all one needs to do is tear down some personal walls. One of the best ways to do that is by challenging rave looks with a super chic cut-out bodysuit: cheeky enough to drop jaws and snug enough to keep private parts safely covered.
There is a broad range of cuts, prints and designs to choose from. A rainbow thong version? Nice! A trippy kaleidoscope masterpiece? Cool! A neon-pink monochrome model? It is all up to the wearer and their personal taste, so go for it!
Prom dresses might be very cool, but how many ever shown up in a cut-out, bodycon mini dress, printed all over with detailed 3D motifs? That’s right – a little rave dress is a must-have, and it is about time to give it a chance!
Once again, prints are all over the place, from futuristic androids to ancient demons and dragon queens. The more off-beat, the better. The boldest, the best!
For those still looking for a balanced look between a super-rave beast and a laidback-casual lady – it actually does exist! The so-called “shortalls” draw together the best of both worlds: eccentric enough to match the party vibe and universally stylish enough to match every subsequent vibe in everyday life.
The mission here is to pick the right base top to round out the ultimate rave appearance. It could be a sexy boob tube, a sporty bra top or a long-sleeved bodysuit in a matching design. Most base tops will make the epic most of a pair of shortalls!
If alternative happens to be the wearer’s second name, they shouldn’t be having any second thoughts before trusting a one-legged jumpsuit to be their best rave mate. These garments are perfectly crisp, stylishly freaky and sweetly vile. They have one arm, one leg and a solid body-con structure that is ideal for dancing the night away.
With any of these options, for best results, mad-hat combat boots can be added on, with neon rave makeup, for the wearer to launch fearlessly into the deep rave space.
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