“I bedazzled this myself,” Natasha, a concert-goer standing outside of Brooklyn Steel, explained. She was clad in a black silky robe with the words “Naked in Manhattan” written across the back. “I did it just for this concert.”
At this particular venue, it looked like Halloween had come a few weeks early. Fans of the singer Chappell Roan were lined up outside the concert venue in what could broadly be described as evening wear, for the first night of the New York leg of her Rise and Fall of a Midwestern Princess tour.
Outfits ran the gamut from cozy fleece flannel pjs paired with moccasin slippers to sexy nightgowns and intentionally exposed lingerie. One fan, Téa, used a crosswalk as her personal changing room (with a little help from her friends as body shields). The finished look consisted of a light blue Victoria’s Secret bra and a Dylan’s Candy Bar fuzzy bathrobe.