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Classical music



If there is anything I love doing, that's listening to some classical music. I was doing it all the time in my previous home and I am excited to start on doing it again here after the move. We do still explore the possibilities and are looking for new place to find such event around us but I am positive we will have even more joy soon. This time we went to listen to some piano classics played with 4 hands (two performers, one piano). We loved it so much! All of us actually, we took our baby daughter with us. She loves listening to classical music (we call it audial pacifier) but were worried about taking her to life performance. She made it through the whole thing without sleeping or weeping, she listened! I just had to mention it in the post because if anything I am a proud parent here.



To wear I chose simplicity. Jeans because we were in the new place and I wasn't sure if they are not crazy fans of freezing aircons and it also was the evening so I didn't think twice. Bright shirt to make it less casual. And a pin gifted from my friend Burak of his own brand (I was so shocked to see it gifted when we met in Istanbul). I added glasses to have a better look on the hands. And I also think my look turned out very nicely.
I was wearing:
c/oiGlassesshop glasses
Befree jeans
c/o Nordgreen watch
gifted brooch
Motel Rocks shirt (very old)

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I am sure you enjoyed the music especially because your baby is with you. you are more attentive to the performance than by worrying if you leave your baby to someone else.

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  2. oh wow!!! Your top looks exactly like the artwork behind you, that is sooooooo cool...

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    1. I'm glad you noticed! It's local Cancunese artist, there is a gallery next door to the concert hall here. I couldn't skip the photo opportunity because I felt like I match the wall and loved it

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  3. So wonderful that you were able to attend...and that your daughter was quiet the whole time! Love what you wore. Your glasses are so cool.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  4. That's amazing and sounds like you guys had a wonderful time. Really loving your outfit and how your glasses match as well.

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  5. Oh yes classical music can be so relaxing. I grew up listening to classical music and opera as my mom was an opera singer. Though opera may not be super relaxing LOL everyone is singing about unrequited love or some dying LOL. But seriously growing up with this gave me an appreciation for it. This looked like a lovely evening and congrats that she sat through and no crying!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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    1. I like opera as well but yes it is never relaxing! Also I always tried to follow the opera so I needed to read to get what's going on firstly on the sheets and later on with subtitles. It is fantastic your mother was an opera singer! it must be even more special to you

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  6. I absolutely love the tropical shirt. Reminds me of a trip to Hawaii...might have to plan another trip. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. What a cute outfit! I love the glasses. So chic! And yay for your baby girl to be able to listen through classical music without fussing. Kudos! Definitely a proud mom moment there!

    Maureen | www.littlemisscasual.com

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  8. I enjoy listening to this music genre too but haven't experience a live one.. hopefully soon! Proper outfit though!

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  9. I'm a former classcially trained vionlinist and grew up listening to and attending a lot of concerts of classical music and opera because my father's family. My grandmother always had it playing. It's so beautfilly relaxing and great for reading too.
    FASHION TALES

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    1. oh wow! I didn't know that! Thanks for sharing, now you are even more artistic and talented in my eyes! xx

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  10. I love classical music! It's great for focus, it got me through many years of study. It's so nice you were able to bring your baby along and have a great night!

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  11. Classical music is really relaxing and good for baby too <3 I wish I could attend any classical music concert though. By the way, I admire your printed shirt! Looks good on you :)

    xoxo,
    |CHELSHEAFLO|


    www.chelsheaflo.com

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  12. Ohh wow....I long long time didn't attend a classical concert, love your OOTD style for your attendance, the floral shirt so lovely colourful ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ cheers Siennylovesdrawing

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  13. It is so amazing that you take her to a concert! Congrats!
    have a great week,
    S

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  14. Classical is my favorite and it is so amazing to see your kid with you.

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    1. thanks! it's a huge perk of Mexico: you can take your baby with you basically everywhere, only dangerous places for the kid are banned (for example you can't zipline with her). It's taken for granted that your baby behaves

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  15. Your glasses look so cool and they match with your outfit too! Glad to hear that your baby also enjoyed the concert :)

    Everything Enchanting <3

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  16. I love how simplistic and stylish that your outfit is for the concert! Your glasses are amazing, and really add to the entire outfit.

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  17. I find classical music to be calming and enjoyable as well. I think your outfit here looks gorg!

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  18. I'm glad to hear that you are slowly getting into the groove of your new home. I can imagine that it's not always easy. You look absolutely great! Those glasses are so intellectual and lady-like at the same time. And I absolutely love your blouse!

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  19. Love all this photos and now my 1st to see that little cutie :)

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  20. She looks so cute - and such a sweatheart - staying quiet all through the performance

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  21. Such a great bonding. my son loves classical music too.

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  22. This is a really fun outfit! I love the fun resort feel to it!

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