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Freddie Mercury Yellow Jacket Features:
* Leather Type: Faux Leather
* Inner: Polyester lining
* Pockets: Two inner pockets
* Closure: Front Buckle closure
* Shoulders: Buckles on Shoulders
* Collar: Round neck collar style
* Color: Yellow color with white stripes on front
Who was Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury was a singer, pianist, and composer born in Zanzibar in 1946. His family is of Indian origin. He was the lead vocalist for the rock band Queen. In 1985 he became afflicted with AIDS and died on November 24th 1991 at the age of 45.
Lyrics to his famous song have been adopted as an official anthem by the gay community. The final verse of his song 'In my Defence' which appears on the album Innuendo goes:
"I'm a shooting star leaping through the sky, like a tiger defying the laws of gravity. On behalf of those who stand in darkness, I fight for their right to be free; 'Cause we are the champions – And we'll keep on fighting till the end – We are the champions, no time for losers 'cause we are the champions."
Freddie Mercury is best known for his role in the rock band Queen. Freddie defied conventions as a singer, with an alluring stage personality and four-octave vocal range. His theatrical style influenced the art direction of Queen - to make music that was more lively than ever before!
A statue of Mercury, stood at the entrance of London's Dominion Theater from May 2002 to May 2014. For Queen and Ben Elton's musical We Will Rock You, Queen's tribute could be seen in 2009 on the Fremont Street Experience as part of its three-dimensional video canopy. In December 2009, a large model of Mercury wearing tartan was put on display in Edinburgh as publicity for the run of We Will Rock You. Sculptures of Mercury often feature his yellow jacket from 1986 in their design. In 2018, GQ magazine called the look his most well-known aesthetic., While CNN called it an "iconic moment in fashion."
Freddie Mercury Costume
The costume that is used to dress up like Freddie Mercury typically includes a jacket that is black, a shirt, and pants that are white. The shoes should also be black in order to complete the ensemble.The look of the wig must also be mentioned here as it is one of the most essential parts of this outfit. It ought to be long and thick, for a more authentic look. Also, you need to have enough hair in order to pull off this kind of hairdo or at least some extensions in case your hair isn't long enough.
Furthermore, you should wear a mustache if you are going to perfect your Freddie Mercury look. This will make the whole ensemble really match and blend in with what the star wore during his live shows and public appearances.The attitude is also very important so make sure to get it right. The legendary singer always had an air of confidence which he shows in the way he talks, moves and acts. So make sure to get his walk down if you are going to perfectly reenact Freddie Mercury's looks.
Next, let us have a look at how Freddie Mercury dressed either when he was alone or with Queen band members:
When it comes to Freddie Mercury attire, you should also try and include some vests from time to time. He often wore them under his blazers or outside shirts as part of the overall style of clothing that he wore during concerts and interviews. Vests could be usually black but gray ones were also worn by the singer. Interestingly enough, in most cases they were sleeveless although there was one occasion where a red velvet vest was worn on top of a white shirt. In the other type of vest that was worn by Freddie Mercury most often, it had sleeves and was closed up at the front with buttons. If you are going to dress like him, you should wear a black v-neck vest as part of your attire.
The top hat is another accessory that needs to be mentioned here since Freddie Mercury wore one in almost all concerts and public performances where Queen appeared on stage together. The look of the hats he used varied from time to time but they were mostly black or gray.
Of course there is no need for you to go out shopping for a new costume when it comes down to dressing up like Freddie Mercury because this famous singer has got one that's absolutely extraordinary:
Freddie Mercury White jacket
One of the outfits worn by Freddie Mercury includes a white jacket that has buttoned down front. This item is one of the most iconic looks in his wardrobe and Freddie definitely wore it frequently during live performances, interviews and photo shoots. In certain shots it could be seen that the middle part of this jacket was made from leather but without knowing for sure we can only assume whether or not this was indeed the case.It goes without saying that you will need to get yourself such a white suit if you are going to dress like him as well. You may find some great ones out there with an authentic look and feature an even better price tag than what he actually paid for his own piece. The possible options include:
Queen band members outfit
The outfits worn by Queen band members during concerts and public appearances are quite recognizable. Freddie Mercury, for example, usually wore a white shirt and pants which were open on the sides of the hips. These clothes were often accessorized with a special belt that was made from leather as well as black boots. Even though he liked to wear suits, they weren't anything like this one but they did have the same color palette - namely black and white. That's why you need to go for an all-white ensemble if you want your look to be authentic in every way possible. Below is a list of clothing items that will get you started on looking like him:
Freddie mercury sunglasses
When it comes down to accessories, there is no better choice than a pair of sunglasses that will bring out the swag in Freddie Mercury getup. Pick up a pair of dark glasses with thin frames and lenses, preferably black or gray. Try to find some that are similar to those worn by the singer as you can see from these pictures below:
Made from synthetic leather, this is a great pick for the jacket he used to wear almost all the time. You could either put it on first before putting on your suit or over one if you decide to go for an all-black ensemble instead. The shirt is made in a way that makes it possible for you to either close up its front parts with buttons or use some studs instead (just like what Freddie Mercury did). As far as pants go, you will need to wear a pair of tight black leather pants or even some slim jeans if you want something modern. A special belt needs to be made from leather and it is usually worn by Freddie Mercury over the shirt he had on. On one occasion he didn't wear a belt but instead there was one that seemed to be attached directly into the white jacket itself (which was also buttoned closed all the way down). We don't know if that was actually the case or not but we can see how this would make more sense than wearing an extra accessory around his waist:
As for shoes, Freddie Mercury used to always wear high-top boots during live performances and while on stage with Queen. His footwear were mostly black but he had worn a pair of brown ones on one occasion. If you want to go for authenticity, choose black leather boots or shoes instead and it is best if they lace up all the way.
A great alternative for his white suit is this long sleeve button-down shirt with a collar that has got long buttons running down its front parts. It would seem as though there are at least seven but these have been sewed together so we can see less of them than in reality (just like what Freddie Mercury did). The pants found here are made from pure leather which explains why they appear shiny while being really tight at the same time - something that Freddie liked to wear and thus wore during several live performances:
The belt used by him was mostly a piece of leather that was attached either to his pants or jacket. It was round in shape and had silver studs on its shiny surface, which is why it has got the name "flashy belt". This particular street wear version includes all these details but as you can see it doesn't have any studs on its surface. Nonetheless this belt would be a great choice for your outfit if you do decide to wear it regularly:
The iconic yellow jacket
His well-known yellow jacket was changed by one of three cropped army coats created in collaboration with his friend and fashion designer Diana Moseley. The design inspiration for the material takes its cue from Spanish opera costumes, with gold buckles and eyelets featured prominently. White trims also take up a large share of the look on this occasion.
Mercury wore white trousers with red stripes on each leg, embellished with gold. The color scheme changed into said to be a nod to the Spanish flag, even though yellow had become one of the singer's favorite colors.