Sunday, August 19, 2012

Lolla Take One

 A few better late than never pics from Lollapalooza!  Nothing like experiencing Lolla for the first time with my kids.  So, when they are asked about their first rock concert, they are going to respond "Florence and the Machine and Jack White."  Seriously, I was never this cool. 

The mysterious woman in white was my favorite fashion moment of the weekend.
Subtle body glitter, sweat band on the right wrist, ankle boots, the perfect package.  Despite the fact that I had my sleepy four year old in my arms, the woman in white was hesitant to let me snap her photograph.  Ummm, I've got a kid in my arms and just have a silly little mommy blog, COME ON.  I had just let another blogger take my photograph and with the kids no less, so lighten up, it's Lolla.  Eventually caving, she let me take one and when asked who makes her dress, she responded:  "I'll never tell, maybe it's me."  Okay, then.  If it WAS her, I'd be taking the credit, because it was stellar.

Side note:  Two week later my husband saw the mystery woman at the park with a child.  
Small world. 

protecting the innocent

 In other news, the winner of the fabulous DALiiA eyeliner is HEATHER H!
Thanks to everyone for entering.  Another giveaway is scheduled for September.


Danielle (elleinadspir) said...

Ha. That's hysterical!

Erin said...

That is amazing! I am definitely not as cool as your children either! ;)


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Dawn said...

Did you give her your blog address? That is a great story amy! Small world is right. Her dress is pretty, how was her face? lol dawn suitcase vignettes xo

bestie said...

Dawn, I didn't give her the blog address, she wasn't interested. But she was a beautiful as her dress. :)

Jenn H. said...

My first concert was Lollapalooza. But it was Hole and Sonic Youth playing. And Coolio. :)

That's a funny reaction. Maybe the woman has an outstanding warrant. Or told her significant other she was going to church. Or thinks everyone is going to feverishly copy her entire look.

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That is amazing!