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Rocker Chic

May 7, 2010

It recently occurred to me that I never mentioned how I met T. I wish I could say I met him in some normal way:  at a coffee shop, an open mic, even walking down the street. But no. T and I met via the sketchiest vehicle ever. Craigslist.

I was desperate to start singing again and was scouring the Craigslist musician classifieds when I found T’s ad looking for a female singer. I immediately responded and we met that night. Looking back now it doesn’t sound like a smart idea at all, but I did Google the crap out of him beforehand. (He’s a high school teacher so it wasn’t all too hard digging up info)

I have a hard time believing that he didn’t in part post that ad to just meet girls, but regardless we do work well together and he’s ridiculously talented, so who cares? We’ve been singing together for the past two months now and we finally have our first gig! Wooo!

Of course I should be worrying about getting all my shit memorized and ready, but let’s face it- it’s way more important to look cute. I mean, who wants to watch some ugly badly dressed girl sing? And frankly I can’t even begin to concentrate on music until I know I have a great outfit ready to rock out to.

Originally I was thinking of going with some great vintage tee and black skinny jeans, but as much as I wish I could rock that look, it’s so not me. Now I’m torn between these two looks. We’re playing at a reception for some fashion show so I need to look hot. But without looking like I’m trying too hard. Which clearly I am, but nobody needs to know…

Now, which screams Lucy more? Or rather which screams “Cooler/Sexier version of Lucy” more?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 7, 2010 3:00 pm

    i think the second one works the best. the first one would work if it was a daytime/outside gig…

  2. May 7, 2010 8:45 pm

    I love both the outfits you chose! Very chic! You should post a video of you two singing- I would love to see!

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