It’s Casual Friday. What Should I Wear?
Happy Casual Friday! It’s the best day in the Riot Fest office, because it’s the one day we aren’t forced to wear a suit and tie. Upper management can be real jerks about what we wear, but every Friday is Casual Friday and they are gracious enough to let us wear something a bit more comfy and relaxed… so long as it’s on-brand with the Riot Fest canon. Here’s a handy guide to some of the more popular items seen around the office this season.
If you’d like to see these outfits live with us this September, we suggest you go ahead and buy tickets for Riot Fest 2018.
Inspired by Andrew W.K., this matching set is sure to be a hit at your 4th of July BBQ or parent-teacher conferences… but not after Labor Day!
Mother’s Day may be behind us, but just look at your behind in these totally hip Mom Jeans.
Pussy Riot wouldn’t dare get caught throwing a Molotov cocktail without one of these on, and neither should you.
In fact, you shouldn’t get caught throwing a Molotov cocktail at all.
To those of you in the first few rows of a GWAR concert, you will get wet.
To those of you wearing this stunning getup, you will get noticed.
Not sure what to do with that extra blue flannel left over from Paul Bunyan Day?
Use it to make yourself the star of any institution with this three-piece set, just like Suicidal Tendencies.
Don’t you just hate L.A.? We recommend that you get away this weekend.
Play amongst the SWMRS and breathe underwater with this waterproof bodysuit and accoutrement.
Gentlemen: Make the most of that fan under your desk while enjoying the freedom that comes with wearing a kilt.
If it’s good enough for Flogging Molly, it’s good enough for you. Accordion included.
If you really want to get under your boss’s skin—and your mom’s—we recommend this body mutilation package.
It’s a classic design by the Hellzapoppin’ Circus Sideshow Revue label, inspired by its in-tent/intense barker, Lizardman.