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Styles by name, stylish by nature: Love On Tour created its very own concert fashion niche


By Sarah Gill
25th Jun 2022

@anthonypham

Styles by name, stylish by nature: Love On Tour created its very own concert fashion niche

With sequins, feather boas, and colourful flares, the masses followed through with an unspoken dress code for Harry Styles: Love On Tour.

On Wednesday, 22 June, Harry Styles turned Dublin’s Aviva Stadium into Harry’s House and welcomed in fans from miles around.

From the moment Mr Styles descended on Ireland, he was causing quite the stir. Snapped casually strolling down the Vico steps to take a dip — Tower Records bag in hands, filled with cans of Guinness, naturally — Harry and Olivia Wilde were also said to have been refused entry to a restaurant in Dublin that didn’t recognise them… apparently.

When it comes to Style’s style, it just so happens that Gucci just revealed a 1970s-inspired collaboration with the As It Was singer, which came about as a result of his friendship with creative director, Alessandro Michele.

The ‘Ha Ha Ha’ collection is made up of capsule menswear pieces, which nod to the ‘70s and embrace Styles’ trademark new-look masculinity. Fusing old-school bubblegum pop with bohemian flair and classic men’s tailoring, the collaboration is set to be released soon.

A veritable fashion icon in his own right, Harry’s personal dress sense informed much of the style on show throughout the tour, with audience members from the US and across Europe taking the opportunity to show off their outfit A-game.

From his immortalised patchwork knit cardigan, to his penchant for glitzy, high waisted flares, fans made sure not to waste the opportunity to flex their styling muscles, leaving rogue feathers like breadcrumbs in their wake as they made their way to Love On Tour.

Whether it’s TikToks made months prior to the event, or Instagram posts highlighting certain style staples, it’s abundantly clear that Harry Styles has created his very own niche of concert fashion attire and I, for one, just can’t get enough.

Here’s a little taste of what music fans were wearing to Harry Styles: Love On Tour…