What I wore to see the Tran-Siberian Orchestra

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Hi Guys & Dolls!

A few weeks ago I went to see the Tran-Siberian Orchestra in Sacramento California. Being that this was a Christmas event and my first time seeing a performance in an Arena I wanted to look fabulous but be comfortable and this dress from SWAN by Clements Ribeiro for Evans was just the thing! Chic & fun without trying too hard- that’s my goal!

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Check out that wind giving me a cotton-candy hair halo!

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Every thing about this dress screams RIGHT NOW yet is has a timeless feel to it. The Burgundy background and blue print are very in trend but I think are classic enough that this dress will be a fall staple for me for years to come. I love the little things, like the metallic threading running vertically though the fabric and the lace cut out at the shoulder. I Love this dress!

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My necklace is a Navajo White Turquoise piece my husband gave me years ago, the Scarf is a “Pashmina” with tied & fringed ends that I painstakingly tied together to make an infinity scarf. It’s soft & silky and the color makes me happy.


Up close you can see the metallic threading. My small waist is one a the things I love about my body, so I’m always happy to show it off with a killer belt. This one is from the Clements Ribeiro SWAN line for Evans. You can just barely tell but the metal is rose gold. Little details like that really make an outfit special. ootd dec 020


My bracelet is Faceted Rainbow moonstone, a birthday present from Mr VOT.

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My Makeup. I used the Tarte Treat yourself to Gorgeous Palette and MAC Viva Glam IV for this olive/cranberry party!

Outfit Breakdown & Where to Buy

Dress: SWAN by Clements Ribeiro for Evan

Belt: SWAN by Clements Ribeiro for Evans

Leggings: Old Navy Plus

Scarf: Target

Boots: Array

Jewelry: not available

*Dress & Belt provided by Evans for editorial consideration.

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