What I Wore Today: The Script Concert
First of all, as promised here are the accessories that my "magic dress" magnetized towards me!
coat of arms ring from Dennis:
and this cute little elephant from my mom, you can open up the saddle and there's a little clock inside. love this :)
now on to my outfit last night....
I was planning to wear either liquid leggings or suede leggings but it was too hot as usual. Weather just seems to be getting warmer and warmer as the days go by so I opted for suede shorts instead.
this shirt doesn't photograph well, always ends up looking asymmetrical but it's not, just really oversized :)
I made this DIY fringe necklace yesterday to go with my outfit. It turned out great and I love it! :)
About the concert, I thought we were getting all access passes so we didn't bother making it extra early to Araneta. We got there around 730 and probably spent close to an hour just looking for a parking slot. We were finally able to park our car blocks away at the Aurora Towers building.
I have never in my life seen Araneta as jam-packed as it was last night. I didn't realize how big a fan base The Script has garnered in the PI. I'm not really a fan, I only know the song "Breakeven" (LOL) but I'm sure I've heard some of their other songs on the radio.
So anyway, when we got there, we were given complimentary tickets instead of the press passes. We didn't bother questioning cause there was a really big crowd gathered around the table. We just got our tickets and headed inside. The concert was already starting and our tickets were for Upper Box B. Needless to say, could find a seat. Had to stay along the stairs and I got really irritated cause there was this pa-Diva girl who kept getting in my face and telling me she couldn't see the show because I was blocking her view. It's a concert for christsakes! Stand up like everyone else!
So I didn't finish the concert. Dennis was already irritated way before I was so I decided to heed his advice and leave. My sister-in-law who is really a The Script fan stayed behind and finished the show.They sang all their hit songs and he really made an effort to connect with his Filipino audience. Even trying to speak the language and create an informal vibe by having a drinking session with his band on stage during the concert. I think they were downing Heiniken's.
My sis-in-law's review of the concert: "I never realized it before pero and pogi nya pala!"
The concert coincided with Araneta Center's 3-Day Sale. While killing time and waiting for the concert to end, me and Dennis decided to have a late dinner and stroll around the mall before it closes. I naturally bought a pair of shoes. Ugh!
Oro Nero never goes on sale but for the 3 Day Sale they were on 20% off! :)
Such a lengthy post, sorry about that. I'll go check on your blogs now. Have a great weekend!