Outfit Details: Jacket: Onque / Camisole: Isabel / Jeans: Madewell / Shoes: Vince Camuto / Bag: Topshop / Watck: Kate Spade / Earrings: Etsy (similar)/ Sunglasses: Misguided (similar)
Night time darkness. Sorry having a Phantom moment! Plus, it is night time here in Dallas. Do any of you have a favorite musical? It is hard to pick just one. Off the top of my head, I would say that Wicked ranks at the top. The story and little details have you rethinking the Wizard of Oz the whole shoe. I love musicals. They are so creative and the performances are amazing. It takes a special person to memorize and perform in front of such a large audience.
In Dallas I mostly attend shows at Fair Park Music Hall or at the Winspear Opera House. I have been spoiled and attend many different productions. I believe my first show to ever attend was Little Shop of Horror. I actually think we were in London for that production. A wonderful experience that hooked me on musical theatre.
Have you truly seen the details that go into the costume and set design for one of these productions? I have been fortunate to take in many shows from the front row. Up close it is truly remarkable to see the workmanship on all of these designs. If you ever get a chance to move up to the front or visit the orchestra at intermission – do it! The set and costumes are incredible.
Speaking of details. Did you catch the beautiful floral embroidered work on my velour jacket? This jacket is lightweight, comfortable, and a great imitation of some of the top designers. It is made by Onque and is under $20. That my friends is a great detail to keep in mind. This piece transforms a casual style into a luxurious look in a flash. I bought it at Stein Mart. I linked the look above. Look up at “Outfit Details”.
I am in a simple casual look with jeans, a cami, gorgeous slides, and fun accessories. The jacket added the wow factor with the intricate and vibrant design.
Remember, it is all in the details. They transform everything!
Good night and thank you for stopping by.
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