Yungblud introduced punk rock type to the stage throughout this yr’s Sips & Sounds Summer season Competition.
On Saturday, the “Lowlife” musician carried out onstage on the Moody Amphitheater within the Waterloo Park music pageant in Austin, Texas, carrying a grungy outfit. For the event, Yungblud wore a white and black-striped T-shirt beneath a black cutoff tank high — noticeably topped by a pinned piece of white material with a poem scrawled throughout it.
The set was paired with a set of black knee-length shorts with white graveyard illustrations throughout their hems, which Yungblud opted to pair with pink and skull-printed socks and a pyramid-studded belt with layered silver aspect chains. A variety of punky equipment accented the “Emperor” singer’s black-and-white outfit, together with a pyramid-studded leather-based cuff, gold chain bracelet, silver lock necklace and several other rings. His look was full with giant rounded black sun shades with goggle-like frames.
When it got here to footwear, Yungblud laced right into a set of basic creepers from T.U.Okay. to complete his outfit. The singer’s $110 Viva Low Creeper type featured clean black suede uppers with skinny laces, in addition to their signature vertically ridged platform soles. The set was full with woven entrance toes, in addition to a large silver ring eyelets for a grungy edge.
Yungblud’s shoe type is rebellious and edgy. The “Bizarre!” musician usually wears black, white and printed suede and leather-based T.U.Okay. creepers on and off the pink carpet. Off-duty, the singer can be seen in black leather-based fight boots, in addition to chunky Vetements sneakers.
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Aaron Royce is the Assistant Digital Editor for Footwear Information, the place he writes tales on superstar type, model collaborations and in-depth profile interviews. Previous to becoming a member of Footwear Information, Royce wrote and interned for publications together with PAPER, Grazia and the Every day Entrance Row. He at present holds a B.S. in mass communications from Virginia Commonwealth College.
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