How to Wear Flamboyant Clothing Like Led Zeppelin

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How to Wear Flamboyant Clothing Like Led Zeppelin. Led Zeppelin is one of the most popular and successful classic rock bands of all time. They are idolized and emulated by many. Their songs are remade, remastered and covered by bands more than almost any other band. They are known for their psychedelic sound and flamboyant fashion sense. Follow the tips below for dressing like Led Zeppelin.

  • Wear very tight pants. Pants as tight a Led Zeppelin's are hard to find in this day and age. Search thrift stores, have some specially made or even try girls' pants. Their pants had a slight flare to them at the bottom. Wear commonly jeans or slacks in bright colors.

  • Embellish your outfit with huge belt buckles. The buckles are huge and of a variety of shapes. They may be round, oval or rectangular and sometimes even colorful.

  • Get brightly colored blazers. They were almost always tight-fitting and very brightly colored. They were never buttoned, and were so fitted they were probably unable to be buttoned. Wear them with either a contrasting shirt underneath or no shirt at all, showing a bare chest.

  • Have a variety of button-up shirts in wild colors and large prints. Flowers, paisley and other huge designs work, but wear nothing classy or conservative like plaids. The shirts are also tight and worn unbuttoned to show a bare chest or tucked in with the top few buttons unbuttoned to show a bare chest.

  • Include velvet or velveteen in various capacities in your wardrobe. Velvet pants, blazers or hats work well.

  • Have the right accessories. Led Zeppelin was often seen wearing long scarves around the neck, large flamboyant hats, cravats and vests. Jewelry was minimal, usually in the form of a cuff bracelet or a simple necklace.

  • Finish every outfit with a pair of patent boots. Bright colors are good, or you can wear white, black or brown.

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