Shirt: Andrew WK Concert Tee (similar_
Jeans: Free People Denim Super Flare (similar)
Shoes- Converse via DSW
In case I haven't explained it thoroughly, improv sometimes presents a challenge for me in regards to how to dress. I've never been an "#alldressalways" girl as I do love fun pants and shorts, but it's been years and years and years since I've had to wear pants on the regular. Performance based classes, such as improv, are forcing me to do so. Why? One can never predict what will be asked to do in these classes. I've found myself running, doing dance moves, crawling around the ground like an animal and more in my improv classes and rehearsals. Wearing a dress would make me self conscious about accidentally revealing too much and limit my scope of adding to a scene--which would be terrible. So suddenly I'm wearing pants a ton!
These flared jeans from Free People are pretty awesome for a vintage loving gal like myself. (Size 24 for reference, though I prefer size 25 on record as these are pretty gosh darn tight!) Regardless of if flared/bell bottom pants are on trend or not I've consistently been a fan since high school. What can I say? I love 1970s era clothing through and through and I personally find the flare cut flatters me.
As you likely know, I'm a mega Andrew WK fan. His uniform consists of an all white outfit, so I feel like I'm wearing the inverse of his usual look. On my first day of improv I wore skinny jeans from ModCloth with a neon Andrew WK tank and this outfit was from my final class of improv 101, so it was a nice full circle moment. (I started level 201 yesterday!! Moving on up!) I wore nearly this exact outfit to my graduation show (I substituted the shirt for a Sonic Youth tee) and you can check those photos out on my Instagram!