This is what I wore recently when I went to see the Camelot musical. I'll be honest, most of my knowledge about King Arthur, Lancelot and Guinevere is from the movie First Knight, which I thought was just about the coolest movie ever when I was 10. The broadway show didn't quite measure up. I mean, it was okay, but just not amazing like I expect my musicals to be. None of the music stuck with me at all, I didn't sense any chemistry between Guinevere and Lancelot, and honestly, King Arthur just seemed way more likable, so I don't understand why she would even be tempted to leave him for Lancelot. But whatever. It was a fun way to spend the evening. And it was warm enough to not wear tights, so all around a pretty good day.
Oh, and I might be a jerk for saying this, but theaters really need to have something in place for larger folks. These seats are pretty tiny to start out with, and I was unfortunately sitting next to a guy who really needed 2 seats. Southwest would have totally kicked him off a flight. And yet, I had to make myself as small as possible and lean into my MIL's space to avoid contact. I wondered if I should speak to an usher at the intermission, but what are they going to do? And then I'd really feel like a jerk.
So maybe I would have enjoyed the show more if that hadn't been an issue. Hopefully that guy doesn't also have season tickets.
Cardigan & Scarf: Gap
Dress: Loft Maternity