Video: What to Wear to a Classical Music Concert

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Classical music is very popular at churches and palaces. Learn what to wear to a classical music concert with help from a fashion stylist in this free video clip.

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Rose Tran

Rose Tran

http://mystylescript.com

Rose Tran has been assisting Brandy Joy Smith, a well-known wardrobe stylist in Austin for a year, as well as working on her own projects as a freelance wardrobe stylist. Tran has styled everything from fashion editorials, engagement photo shoots and herself for a fashion blog she runs called MyStyleScript.com.

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Hi, I'm Rose Tran and I'm a fashion stylist. Concerts and recitals of classical music are very popular at churches and palaces. In these type of settings, etiquette is not only expected in the way that you behave but it's also critical to show class in the way that you dress. It's also one of the ways for others attending to perceive your personality. Formal attire is most appropriate for this type of event. I would encourage wearing dark shades of colors since most of these concerts take place in the evening. I've dressed our model today in a two toned black and tan sleeveless dress. The different color adds some character to what would just be a little black dress. The length of her outfit is long enough to give it a sophisticated look and the pearl necklace definitely gives it that classy touch. The longer length of the dress makes her appear to be shorter than she may be. Therefore, to finish it off I've chosen a pair of simple black pumps to give her some length. If Audrey Hepburn inspires you at all, you can even throw on a pair of lightweight black gloves to give the outfit just the right touch of elegance. Still today, she's known for her timeless elegance as is the same for the presence of classical music today.

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