Jelly Roll has quickly become a household name for music lovers across all genres, from hip-hop, to rock, to country. He is known to put on an amazing show, with lively performances, and messages of hope and love between songs. 

In 2023, he released his record-breaking debut album Whitsitt Chapel, which quickly rose through the charts with the songs “Son of a Sinner” and “Need a Favor” rising to number one on the country charts. His album received three Country Music Awards and helped him rise to a music superstar.

Attending his live show is truly exciting, and you are probably planning out your look days before. You want to feel great, look great, and fit in with the rest of the crowd. Your outfit can reflect the country theme of the concert, with elements of rock and your style. 

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Faux Leather Mini Skirt

Faux Leather Mini Skirt

For many years, faux leather and country have gone hand in hand. Faux leather looks great with denim, cotton, and cowboy boots. A faux leather mini skirt is a bold look that makes an impact while still being feminine.

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Sequin Dress 

Sequin Dress

There is no reason you can’t look glamorous and shiny. A sequin dress looks great on its own, or when paired with a hat and cowboy boots. It will make for chic photos and great memories. 

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Plaid Shirt 

Plaid Shirt

Jelly Roll himself wears plenty of plaid shirts to his concerts, so you will fit right in if you wear one. A plaid shirt is great on its own or layered over a black t-shirt, or lace tanktop. It can also be tied around your waist or neck for a more subtle touch of plaid. 

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Mini Dress 

Mini Dress

A mini dress is a cute, chic option for any concert, especially a country one. A mini dress with a flared skirt is a popular choice as it accentuates your legs and goes great with boots. Wear one in denim, for a true country vibe, or pick one in your favorite color. 

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Denim Jacket 

Denim Jacket

A denim jacket is both country and rock, so it works for both genres. It is also a great layer to keep you warm and to add detail and shape to your look. It looks great with other denim, cotton, and even faux leather. For an added touch, write something fun on your jacket to commemorate the concert. 

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Combat Boots 

Combat Boots

Combat boots are a great alternative to cowboy boots, while still being country and rock. They also pair well with anything from dresses to jeans, to faux leather leggings. They will also help keep your feet comfortable, even if you spend the entire concert on your feet. 

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Baseball Cap 

Baseball Cap

A baseball cap worn right side, or turned back side is a nice accessory for men and women. It looks great over short or long hair and is an easy way to style a ponytail. Jelly Roll himself is often seen wearing a backward baseball cap at his shows. 

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Joggers and a T-Shirt 

Joggers and T-Shirt

A Jelly Roll concert is not a formal event, and many people will be wearing more casual looks. A pair of loose joggers and a T-shirt is not only comfortable but also a bit grunge. You will look hardcore while remaining mobile and free. 

Joggers also have deep pockets to store your belongings in a hands-free way.

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Add Studs to Your Clothes or Shoes

Add Studs to Your Clothes or Shoes

Jelly Roll encapsulates many different genres including rock and country. Studs are seen in both genres, making them perfect for his concert. Studs can be found on jackets, shoes, and even leggings. The more studs you add, the cooler and more intimidating your look will be. 

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Matching Cowboy Hat and Boots 

Matching Cowboy Hat and Boots

A popular choice for attending a country music concert is a matching cowboy hat and cowboy boots. Both come in a variety of styles nowadays. You can find more traditional styles in browns or blacks, more bold styles in bright colors, and some covered in sequins. 

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Animal Print 

Animal Print

Animal print is a popular choice as a full look or as an accessory piece for concerts, depending on how bold and wild you want your outfit to be. A pair of leopard print boots adds a touch of animal print, while a full leopard print dress becomes the star of your look. 

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Ripped Jeans 

Ripped Jeans

Ripped jeans are a more rock, grunge equivalent to regular jeans. Just like normal jeans, they can be paired with a casual T-shirt, or with a blouse or sequin top. Just like with normal jeans, make sure they fit well and aren’t too tight or so loose you are pulling them up through the concert.

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Fanny Pack 

Fanny Pack

An easy, secure way to store your belongings is with a fanny pack. You can sing and dance without worrying about it falling or being stolen. Plus there are so many different varieties you are sure to find one that blends in with your outfit.

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Overalls

Overalls

Overalls are great on their own or layered over your outfit. Wear it done up for a clean, crisp look, or undo a strap for an asymmetrical, grungier look. Overalls come in traditional denim, as well as fabric and even faux leather, so you can choose one that best shows off your personality. 

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Graphic T

Graphic T

A concert is a great time to wear your Jelly Roll T-Shirt, or your shirt from another one of your favorite bands. A graphic T-shirt looks great with jeans, skirts, and shorts. You can pull colors from your T-shirt as an easy way to accessorize and add pops of colors that match your outfit.

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