He sang on his own a few times and the audience actually let out a collective sigh when he came off the end of one particular falsetto crescendo. I die.
I found a great description of his voice from a review by The Guardian -
"Fluttering between a keening falsetto and a lower register with all the richness of a mature black female voice, it's one of those unique instruments that channel emotion with such purity you can't quite believe you are in the same room."
I've never worn this Vintage Givenchy suit before. And with the skirt AND the jacket AND the belt it was all a bit OTT and kind of swallowed me. I think the Jacket with this skirt was just enough.
Truth be told, I'm not even really into vintage. I mean, in the form of what it has become. ie- any old girl/guy buying an old nightie, pair of shorts or a tshirt and thinking they look fantastic because it came from an op shop.
To me, real vintage is only fashionable when it's perfectly tailored, has no stains and/or rips and is an individual show piece. Think Rachel Zoe and some of the absolute show stoppers she has obtained.
So that is why I have limited number of vintage pieces and they're all really special and in perfect condition.
LOL at how white the lights made my legs! eep!
Ruffle bib- Vintage (part of a marching band uniform)
Skirt- Wheels and Dollbaby
Bag- Chanel Jumbo Classic in Caviar
nails- OPI 'tangerine scene'
(P.S- Sorry for the lack of outfit posts lately [because I know you're all sitting at home waiting desperately to see what I'm wearing *cough*] but since the weather has been so bizarre I've just been wearing shorts and singlets for the heat and popping a hoody when it gets cold. Neither inspiring or indicative of my personal, signature style so pointless to post. I promise I'll try and put them up more frequently now my dance card is fuller. x)
So did anyone else see the concert? What did you think of the lovely support act? *cough*