Show Stoppers

No matter which concert venue you prefer, we have looks that are guaranteed to steal the show. ​

Lauren Bell - May 2018

Show Stoppers

No matter which concert venue you prefer, we have looks that are guaranteed to steal the show. ​

Lauren Bell - May 2018


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Rams Head Live
Veronica M Eduardo top ($66) and Joggers ($84) at Brightside Boutique. Long fringe earrings ($10.95) at Doubledutch Boutique. Lovoda Black Satchel ($28) at Doubledutch Boutique. BLANK NYC Onyx studded suede jacket ($218) at Brightside Boutique. Donald Pliner Billie sandal ($345) at Sassanova.

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Merriweather Post Pavilion
Fiona Midi dress ($58) at Brightside Boutique. Hammitt North Mist Snake Clutch ($175) at Sassanova. Savana heels ($99.95) at South Moon Under. Gold Circular Earrings ($28) at Sassanova.

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
One shoulder green dress ($280) at Panache. Sam Edelman Haide Black heels ($91) at Sassanova. Statement necklace ($32) at Poppy & Stella.

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WTMD First Thursdays at Canton Waterfront Park
Echo Panama hat ($69) at Sassanova. Kara bag ($88) at South Moon Under. Cotton Candy LA gingham tie dress ($40.95) at Doubledutch Boutique. Clear sunglasses ($15) at Doubledutch Boutique. Adam Tucker Tarin suede heels ($100) at Poppy & Stella.





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