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How to Dress for City Soundtracks: California Dreamin’
April 5, 2018

How to Dress for City Soundtracks: California Dreamin’

The 2-night music series in Freedom Beat is taking its tour throughout the coast of California: San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

Contrary to popular belief, California isn’t just made up of dudes in board shorts and flip-flops. Take our advice on how to dress for success for the upcoming concerts in Downtown Las Vegas.

San Diego


Be chill: throw on a pair of leggings, a cardigan, and a baseball cap for a chill day hanging out downtown.


Retro shirts: the ’70s had made a resurgence, so wearing a slim fit vintage print shirt is a key look.

Los Angeles


Tees + Jeans: specifically high rise jeans and striped or solid color tees. Bonus – throw on a Moto Jacket when it’s chilly!

Sneakers + Pretty much anything: a pair of white sneakers can go with a mismatched suit, jeans or even a shirtdress.

Ladies Outfit for Concert in Downtown Vegas


90s Grunge: Sometimes in Hollywood, it’s hard to differentiate the real celebrities from the faux because every dude looks like a lead in an indie band with washed out denim jackets, flannel shirts around the waist and Dr. Martens.

Mens Look for Downtown Vegas Concert

All White Everything: for the dudes with sleeves, a plain white tee, white jeans, and white sneakers act as a blank canvas making their tattoos pop.

San Francisco


Layers: Not only will it be adaptable to the temperature swings in the Golden City, but you can have fun with it – a light sweater or denim jacket, scarfs, and either pants & tee or a maxi dress.

Womens Look for Downtown Las Vegas Concert


Summer suiting: for the San Fran hipster, many opt for a shorts-and-blazer taking style tips from the Europeans.

Outfit Look for Men Downtown Concert

About the event:
City Soundtracks SD LA SF: California Dreamin’
Thursday, April 12th & Friday, April 13th
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Free Admission

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