Throughout his performances, outfits, and consistent PDA with Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly has proven that to him, too much is never enough. The rapper has created an entirely new genre of what it means to be punk, both in his lifestyle and wardrobe.
Kelly likes to balance traditional edgy staples like distressed denim, all-black outfits, and snake print with more maximalist trends featuring pearls, neon, and loud graphics to achieve a look that’s undeniably unique to him. Try out his style with these eight pieces all under $100, and decide for yourself whether you’re daring enough to wear his wild accessories.
No material is as punk as leather, meaning it takes up a lot of space in Kelly’s closet. He’ll often style his leather pants with an oversized graphic tee and a work jacket, taking care to match Megan’s own leather look closely.
Kelly is almost never seen without a hat, whether he chooses to wear it forwards or backwards. Rep the rapper’s hometown in this cap — just style it with a leather jacket, graphic tee, and high-top kicks.
To balance out all of his distressed pieces, Kelly will occasionally opt for a more structured piece like this jacket. Its lavender color plays right into the singer’s wardrobe palette, and would look great paired with his signature platform Dr. Martens boots.
MGK may boast a net worth of around $10 million, but it doesn’t mean he’s abandoned affordable styles entirely. After all, Converse are a punk staple, and this colorful pair would pair perfectly with his mismatched look.
MGK has a penchant for neon shades and unusual graphics, all of which these sweats feature. Style them like the artist with a white sweatshirt, silver jewelry, and a plaid flannel tied around your waist.
Sometimes, the pop punk star just wants to chill — we get it. Just do so as stylishly as Kelly in this houndstooth sweatshirt, which boasts a pattern sure to fit in with the artist’s platform shoes and skinny jeans.
While MGK mixes a lot of patterns into his wardrobe, there’s none he’s as loyal to as plaid. Try out the punk staple in these casual pants, which boast a baggy fit the artist would definitely approve of.