Not Going to the Grammys? You Can Still Look Like a Rockstar While Watching Them
- Brooks Dibble
…know about you, but when we watch the Grammy’s, we’re as much into the music as we are the fashion. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite pieces from these conscious and cause-related brands to inspire a rockstar-worthy look, so you can celebrate music’s biggest night (February 10th) in style.
…Let’s start with the cult classic, moto jacket -- a staple in every musician’s closet. This piece will add just enough “edge” to every look, from a sweet sundress to your favorite vintage band tee. The Sway sources excess materials and leftover leathers from around the world and finds solutions to re-use them; 80% of the collection is upcycled leather.
…These tights from Swedish Stockings add instant rockstar vibes to any dress in your closet. The Vera Net Tights are knitted in 3D using recycled yarn and designed with a soft elastic -- making them plenty comfortable for critiquing the Grammy performances from the couch.
The Studio – Rialto Jean Project - $245…
…These paint-splattered Levi’s 501 have a boyfriend fit and custom handcrafted design that are an instant conversation starter. Rialto Jean Project is an eco-friendly, philanthropic denim-doing-good brand that customizes American-made vintage denim with hand-painted designs, with proceeds supporting innovative art therapy programs at children’s hospitals in NYC and LA.
…Socially conscious and charitable DIFF eyewear teamed up with country music superstar Jessie James Decker on “The Dash,” a style that takes a modern spin on a classic aviator. Choose from a variety of colored polarized lenses, which offer 100% UVA/UVB protection, while adding some style to your Sunday Funday.
Margaux Mid Rise by DL1961 - $208…
…This mid-rise fit in Habasu combines the comfort of soft denim with a leather-like look. The “Instasculpt” technology is a girl’s best friend for an evening of snacking -- this innovative stretch slims, tones and lifts! DL1961 ethically sources fibers and natural indigo dyes derived from plants and produces their products in a solar-powered facility.