This past Wednesday I saw Sara Bareilles in concert and not only was she beyond words talented, but I loved my outfit so I’d thought I’d share. Concert Attire is kind of my favorite occasion to dress for because it gives me permission to be bold with my style, and a little out there.
So in this case, I vamped up my inner hippie with fringe, round sunglasses, gladiator sandals and yes floral. This concert was super great! But while Sara looked like this:
And even gave us a wave
We looked like this:
So I’d suggest that you check the weather before you choose your concert attire. We were quite soggy after that one. But hey, at least we got our Selfie with Sara! Before it poured!
So when it comes to concert attire be yourself, be bold, and plan accordingly for any possible weather infringements.
To get my look: Sunglasses Free People/ Tank top Free People/ Pants Free People/ Vest Forever 21/Sandals Modcloth
And Please do check out Sara Bareilles’ website here and see her on the Little Black Dress Tour.
And here’s a really awesome cover song she didnt play at the Lewiston Show:
And here is the AMAZING ENOCRE SHE DID PLAY AT LEWISTON:
Meet the ever beautiful singer/songwriter Julia Lavery. She a classy lass studying Entertainment Industry Studies in Nashville.
Here are some fancy facts about her:
– She plays the accordion (among other things). She has even found herself playing with her jazz band in the French Quarter Festival in New Orleans.
-Pies are her speciality. ( Her strawberry rhubarb is the best).
-Her style icon/inspiration is a mixture of Chuck from Pushing Daisies, Dita von Teese and Luella Bartley’s 2009 collection.
To find her music stuff click the word here and ooh watch this video we took during the shoot:
Julia loves mixing prints, especially retro ones and her pin-upesque style has me inspired. From her nude heels to her bow tights, this girls got it going on! Her makeup routine usually involves cat-eye liner and some truly red lipstick. Some gingham and high waisted shorts paired with sheer bow tights encompasses her unique look. Im obsessed with her closet full of fitted dresses, polka dots and thrift store finds.
To get looks similar to Julia’s frequent these fine retail websites. ASOS or Modcloth
* Photos taken sneakily at the abandoned New York State Custodial Asylum for the Feeble Minded (sketchy right) with assistance from my dear Annie.