Monday, June 11, 2012

What Would You Wear?

A week or so ago, Melaina at Transatlantic Blonde posted about going to a rock concert to see her favorite band. She asked who we would want to see and which old song we would be looking forward to hearing.

Prince was my first thought! And the song I would want to hear would be "When Doves Cry."

But you know what other blast from the past concert I would want to see? The Captain and Tenille. Yep, that's right! And this is what I would most want to hear...




Whose concert would you want to go to if you got the chance? Any other guilty pleasure confessions?

But here's the most important question: what would you wear? I still remember the sundress I wore to the afternoon sit-down Captain & Tenille concert I went to when I was around 11 years old. Would I want to wear something equally sweet & comfortable? Probably...


Love Will Keep us Together


What would you wear?

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14 comments:

  1. That maxi dress is so pretty!

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    1. Thanks, Tiffany!! I think it would be fun to wear, too.

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  2. I love Prince too - his songs always make me want to get up and move around. Aww, I remember the Captain and Tenille, so cute together! Love your choices.

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    1. Thanks, Patti!! I'm glad you are familiar with them both. I wasn't sure how many people would be. :)

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    1. Hi Megan! Thanks!! Me, too. I wish I could have it for my very own. :)

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  4. I definitely like being comfortable while at concerts. The last music concert I went to I wore a romper and gladiator sandals and that choice couldn't have been better for me.

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    1. I think it's important, too, now! But when I was younger, I didn't even understand the concept of dressing for comfort.

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  5. I have only been to 1 and that was....wait for it ...Prince!! can't remember what I wore though... I really want to go to some now the kids are older Robbie Williams and also Meatloaf are top of my list,I will ask your advice If I got to one Jeanine :)

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    1. Claire, I can't believe it, you got to see Prince?? Bet that was fun!!! Was it before he retired, or some kind of reunion tour?

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  6. I love that you want to see Captain and Tenille :)

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    1. LOL, Melaina! Thanks!! (I really do, too)

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  7. I would have gone to Neil Diamond this year. Had to pass it up due to being majorly preggers. Haha! And I totally would have rocked a maxi!

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    1. Oh, he would be another good one!! "Song sung blue, everybody knows one..." or "I am, I said. To no one there. And no one heard at all, not even the chair!" Mmmhmm, that would be a great concert!

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