By the time you're reading this, I'll have seen Jenny Lewis perform live for the first time in my life. Lewis is one of my all-time favorite musicians, and I've listened to Rilo Kiley ever since my brother and sister-in-law burned me a few CDs when I was probably 13 or 14. I've never gotten to see her live, but somehow I now find myself seeing her twice in the span of a month. Whitney and I bought tickets to see her perform with Ryan Adams (also exciting) in Pomona next month, but the seats are pretty bad. So when I saw another one of my all-time favorite people, Adam Scott, tweet a link to a show in LA for only $25, I immediately sent info to my two best friends and told them that we were going. The event is a night of comedy and music that Lewis, Sarah Silverman, Tim Heidecker, and more are performing. The show was technically last night, but I'm writing this ahead of time, but I think it's safe to just assume that it was incredible. Hopefully.
I got this Ruche dress a few weeks ago with the floral dress on sale, but I've been saving this one for the perfect occasion. I figured seeing Jenny Lewis was an appropriate event for a cool lace dress. I really love that it has the potential to be dressed up and dressed down so easily, and I'm looking forward to hopefully playing around with it for a wedding coming up. It's still not cold here, which I know I should be grateful for, but I'm itching to put on my layers. I'm so close to being able to justify putting on tights, but until then I'm making do with booties and comfy sweaters. I'm really just lying to myself now.
Update: I ended up swapping out the cardigan for a leather jacket. The show was incredible and probably one of the best nights of my life. More updates to follow. I'm still processing everything.
Elyse and I chanced standing in the middle of a street for these pictures, and I feel like it was worth it. We managed to not get killed by cars, so I'd say it was a successful photo shoot.
Necklace: Vintage (gift from a friend)