Love On Tour by Harry Styles. It’s finally here after a few years of waiting. Last weekend, Harry performed a double bill at Wembley Stadium to cap off his comeback to the UK stage, and his supporters made sure no cowboy hat was left behind.
The world’s wardrobes have been affected by HSLOT, as the tour is known by its abbreviation.
A group of feather boas and plenty of hot pink are waiting to accompany Harry as he travels from nation to nation.
Before the trip, his followers shared the unofficial HSLOT dress code all over TikTok. Some are making reference to the iconic Fine Line silhouettes from the 1970s.
Some people are embracing the more recent campy 80s sparkle moment, ala Harry’s House. Then there are the admirers who were inspired by the JW Anderson cardigan to crochet their own fit.
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Wear Just Black Clothing
For a stylish and edgy look, try emulating Harry’s all-black ensemble from one of his shows. Black skinny jeans and a graphic t-shirt go well together, while studded boots or loafers give the look some edge. To finish the outfit, add a couple basic silver bracelets or rings.
Rock And Roll Feeling
Wear a style that was influenced by one of Harry’s concert outfits to channel your inner rockstar. Add a band tee, ripped jeans, and Chelsea boots after a black leather jacket. To truly channel rock ‘n’ roll, accessorise with lots of silver chains and jewellery.
Take fashion cues from Harry’s clothing of an oversized cardigan for a more relaxed approach. Simple black skinny jeans, boots, and an oversize knit sweater are all you need. To keep your head warm throughout the performance, wear a beanie or fedora.
Brings Genuine Delight
For some, it might seem senseless to spend months organising and many evenings glueing rhinestones on Lycra flares for a two-hour event. However, preparing for one of Styles’ performances brings genuine delight and fellowship to Harries (the moniker given to Styles’ admirers).
Bella Troy-Williamson, a 23-year-old paralegal from Newcastle who went famous on Twitter after using the hashtag to show off her hand-crocheted sunflower dress, adds, “I attended to the first Manchester gig and it was my first concert since lockdown.”
“When I received the tickets, I felt the want to accomplish something special and challenging because I had started crocheting during lockdown. I considered wearing a sunflower outfit because he has a song called “Sunflower.” Let’s follow it.”