Going to a country music concert during fall, and you don’t know what to wear to pull off a stylish fall southern style?
We got you, we have gathered many fall-season country styles, so you can easily put together a chic, trendy, and cute country look while always staying comfortable no matter the weather!
Fall is one of the trickiest seasons of the year that always somehow manages to catch people by surprise on what to wear whether it is just for the day, for a night out, or big events like country concerts.
Table Of Content:
- 1. Fall Country Concert Female Outfits
- 2. Fall Country Concert Male Outfits
- 3. Fall Country Concert Outfit Examples
- 4. Fall Country Concert: Indoors Tips
- 5. Fall Country Concert: Outdoors Tips
- 6. Conclusion And More Fall Country Outfits Inspiration
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1. Fall Country Concert Female Outfits
To be the Queen or King of Fall season you have to be good at layering.
During that season temperatures vary from one extreme to the next, not to mention the wind or the rain that comes and goes randomly, this is why the people that have their layering on point will always be comfortable no matter the weather.
Consequently, the Female and Male Tops section will go from light layers to heavy layers, in that order, so you can make your picks knowing how the listing unfolds.
We did our best to gather as many styles as possible, so you can easily create your fall country concert outfit, or at the very least get your creativity rolling!
The aim of the selection below is for you to mix and match tops and bottoms you like, so you can easily put together your cute country concert outfit!
Fall Country Concert Female Tops
Fall Country Concert Female Bottoms
Fall Country Concert Female Accessories
2. Fall Country Concert Male Outfits
Fall Country Concert Male Tops
Fall Country Concert Male Bottoms
Fall Country Concert Male Accessories
3. Fall Country Concert Outfit Examples
If the example below is a perfect fit for you, great!
That said, the way we designed those looks is not for you to necessarily see it as strict guidelines but rather to get inspiration from it, so you can tweak it, modify it, or change it to make it your own.
Also take into consideration that the outfit you will end up wearing will be linked to whether the event takes place inside or outside, and if it is outside it will entirely depend on the weather and the venue.
Fall Country Concert Female Example
For a female fall country concert outfit, you can start with either some leather pants, denim pants (skinny jeans or straight jeans both work great), or a denim max skirt for the bottom and a cute country short or long-sleeve top (click here to have a look at our cute country top selection).
If you are not the type of person that easily has cold legs, you could go for a skirt or denim shorts (do make sure though you have a warm top).
If you pick a cute top with no sleeves, plaid shirts are great options to add on top.
As an extra layer, you can go for a leather jacket, a denim jacket, or a flannel shirt (depending on the jacket if you feel it will not be enough grab a coat or a warm layer on top).
For footwear, your best bet will be combat boots or cowboy black/brown boots (only broken-in footwear for concerts).
In terms of makeup, and that is the beauty of country fashion style, you can either go for the natural look with no makeup or simply mascara, blush, and eyeliner or go with heavy makeup.
How heavy will be up to your outfit and style but if you decide to go heavy do not go overboard as concerts are known to make people sweat.
Regarding accessories, plaid scarves, bandanas, caps, some silver statement pieces of jewelry, or iconic cowboy hats are great options to complete your style for a country music event.
Fall Country Concert Male Example
You can start with either some black or denim color jeans (or shorts if you are not easily cold) for the bottom, with a tank top, a t-shirt, or a shirt for the top (click here to see our male country top selection).
If you pick a t-shirt or a tank top, plaid shirts are great options for layering.
As an extra layer, you can add either a flannel shirt, denim jacket, or leather jacket (depending on the warmth of the jacket if you feel it might be too light add a coat on top).
In terms of footwear, go for either combat boots or cowboy boots (only broken-in ones).
For accessories, a cap, a bandana, a cowboy hat, and a chunky belt are great add-ons to complete a country style.
4. Fall Country Concert: Indoors Tips
Know The Venue
If you don’t know the venue, try to get more information on how it is set up.
Some venues while indoors don’t necessarily have a heating system like big storage buildings and such.
You will need to know what type of building it is, so you can be more prepared and dress accordingly.
Also, you need to know where is the venue from where you will park, and if it involves a lot of walking or not.
Knowing those details will help you bring the necessary clothes and footwear and have a better experience for an indoor event.
Know How It Is Organized
Try to know a bit also about the production, do they have lockers do they have a coat check?
Those details are important because you don’t want to bring too much with you and end up carrying pieces of clothing during the whole concert.
Usually, if it is an indoor event, they do have a coat check but you better look it up to know what to bring.
5. Fall Country Concert: Outdoors Tips
Know The Venue
Exactly like indoor events, if it is outdoors you will also need to know about the venue.
Do you park far from the grounds?
What is the ground made of?
Is it asphalt or grass?
If the concert takes place during the day, does the venue have shades?
All of those questions need to be answered, so you fully know how to prepare, and it will give you the necessary information to pick your outfit accordingly.
Prepare For The Weather
Check the weather the day before, outdoor venues mean that you might have to deal with six natural elements:
Sun: If outdoors but the venue has no shades, bring with you something to protect your head (cap, bandana, hat) and some sunscreen to put on any exposed skin areas.
Rain: If there is even a slight chance of rain bring a raincoat.
Mud: Even if the venue only has 20% grass and there is a chance of rain, you will have to bring those rain boots as the grass turns into mud in seconds simply because of the sheer number of people stepping on it.
Cold: Check the temperatures, so you know how many extra layers you will have to bring with you.
Wind: Sometimes the temperatures are not so bad, but the wind is icy cold, make sure you bring with you a windbreaker, they are small and easy to carry, and they will save your day!
Dust: This has to do with knowing the venue, if the venue is known to be dusty, bring with you at least a scarf or a bandana to cover your mouth if the wind lifts the dust too high.
6. Conclusion And More Fall Country Outfits Inspiration
We hope that our listing helped you or gave you ideas to put together fall country concert outfits.
We voluntarily added a lot of different styles, so you can dare and try new and exciting outfits for your upcoming event.
If you are looking for more country outfit ideas, you can also have a look at our other selections below.
More Country Outfits Inspiration: Country Outfits (Winter Edition)
If you feel that the event will be colder than a fall one, you can click here and have a look at our country outfit winter selection.
More Country Outfits Inspiration: Denim Outfits
If you are more into denim and want more denim inspiration, you can click here and discover our full denim outfit listing.
More Country Outfits Inspiration: Country Outfits
If you simply want more country inspiration, you can click here and see our original country outfit list and if you know you will be wearing cowboy boots you can also click here to see our dedicated cowboy boots country outfit selection.
We hope that this article helped you or saved you some time in your research.
Have a great event!