Womenswear Wednesdays: Student Kendall Farrell spotted at Bloc Party show
All photos by Mauricio Rocha.
Last night fans of the London-based Bloc Party gathered to see the band play the Ogden Theatre. Many were dressed for the occasion, and University of Wyoming student Kendall Farrell looked particularly stylish in her combination of lace and flannel. Continue reading to find out what she is studying, where she shops, and what she put in in her bag for this occasion.
Name: Kendall Farrell.
Spotted at: Colfax and Ogden streets.
Profession: Student at University of Wyoming studying political science.
Favorite film: All the Harry Potter films.
2013 jam: Any song by this band, The Head and the Heart.
Style inspirations/icons: I don't have a specific person, but certain stores like Urban Outfitters, Brandy Melville and Sabo Skirt.
Favorite color: Green.
Favorite accessory: Hair ties.
Style mantra: I hope I don't rip my pants or anything today.
Shops at: Target, Urban Outfitters, Victoria's Secret, Sabo Skirt and Brandy Melville.
This is where we spotted Farrell following the show, in a long line of dehydrated concert-goers at 7/Eleven.
Farrell's favorite accessory is a hair tie, and this one features three gold spikes. A hair tie is both a functional and fashionable addition to any outfit; it can be used as a bracelet, or to put up your hair as you head into a sweltering mosh pit.
"Wear what makes you feel comfortable and wear what makes you look good and you'll feel good," advises Farrell. Here she is rocking black lace tights that have a vertical striped pattern and more traditional print meshed together.
Find out what Kendall Farrell has in her purse on page 2!
Farrell selected her small, braided tan purse with a gold chain strap for the concert. Let's take a glimpse inside...
Farrell travels light for this concert, bringing only the essentials: cell phone, ID, cash and ticket. When you go to a concert, you don't want to carry too much.
Style analysis: For her concert ensemble, Farrell layers white lace shorts and black lace tights; her red flannel button-up provides a pop of color against her black shoes and tan purse, and she keeps the accessories to a minimum. She proves you can still be fashionable after a sweaty concert if you dress properly.
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