On the 17th of February I went to the Two Door Cinema Club concert in Brussels at the awesome Ancienne Belgique venue. I was listening to the band since they published their first album in 2010, so since the very beginning and I finally got the chance to dance to their music at a live concert. It has been a blast!

So I had to go for an outfit to keep up with the nice indie music they’re playing and this is what I came up with.

To match the shiny glitter coverart of the new album ‘Gameshow’ I chose a silver sequin Dress. I never was that much into sequin clothes, but somehow as I saw this dress in the New Look store in Brussels, I couldn’t keep my eyes of it. Being conscious that this dress could look pretty swanky I was searching for the right combi to get a glitter retro look. In other words, a dressy & sassy outfit. I channeled some 90s vibes with this amazing vintage looking blouse from Berlin (Made In Berlin) and paired it with my dad’s old jeans jacket and my beloved black boots.

I fell in love with that flashy sequin dress, what do you think? Let me know in the comments if you want to see more concert outfits or if you have any suggestions for type of looks!


























































































Jeans Jacket – Stolen From Dad

Pastel Pink Blouse – Made In Berlin

Glitter Dress – New Look


Concert Outfit


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