What to Wear: Pearl Jam Listening Party


(Photos: Rick Diamond/Getty Images North America, Madewell)

Attention fans of the Jam: we realize that you've already streamed the new album Lightning Bolt on iTunes—that is a given. But you know as well as we do that a listening party is not a listening party without a record player, so we fully expect that you'll be hosting your own Jam jam on October 15, when the vinyl version is released alongside the digital download. 

Once you've sent Sean Penn his save the date (he's a busy guy—he needs a little notice), there's the no-small-matter of wardrobe. It will be grunge-inspired, of course, and thanks to the continued reverb from Hedi Slimane's F/W 13 collection for Saint Laurent, there are still plenty of options on the market.

We've compiled a few of our favorite separates contenders below, all of them mix-and-matchable, from flannels to layering tees to boyfriend jeans. (Styling note: you should probably stop washing your hair in preparation, right about now.)


(From Left: C&C California Plaid Flannel Shirt, $98 at Nordstrom; Plaid Flannel Shirt by Red Fleece, $75 at Brooks Brothers; Penfield Haverhill Flannel Shirt, $80 at Madewell)


(From Left: American Vintage Jacksonville V-Neck Tee, $66 at Shopbop; Round-Neck T-Shirt, $19.90 at Zara; Current/Elliott The Freshman Tee, $128 at Nordstrom)


(From Left: Cameo Destructed Boyfriend Jean, $148 at Urban Outfitters; Melville Distressed Boyfriend Jeans by D-ID Denim, $178 at Neiman Marcus; The Boyfriend Jeans by Rag and Bone, $176 at The Dreslyn)

Melissa Goldstein is a Lonny and StyleBistro contributing writer whose work has also appeared in ELLE, Wall Street Journal, GQ, The Observer, Spin, and Lucky Magazine.
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