Take Me Out to the Theatre

So Polyvore’s been around for a good long time now, and it’s proved itself to be one of the most entertaining ways to dabble with would-be fashion ideas. This post is a take on the threads you could wear for show-hopping some of the memorable musicals currently playing on the Great White Way.

Anything Goes
Anything Goes: Show off more than a glimpse of stocking with this little number.
Book of Mormon
Book of Mormon: The picture perfect outfit for proselytizing…or taking in the most talked about show of recent history. 
How to Succeed (In Business Without Really Trying)
How to Succeed (In Business Without Really Trying): You have the cool, clear/ Eyes of a seeker of wisdom and truth;/ Yet there’s that upturned chin/ And that grin of impetuous youth. 
Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Priscilla Queen of the Desert: Dare to be fabulous.
Sister Act
Sister Act: Raise your voice…and your height by at least 5 inches in those heels.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark: The perfect outfit to watch the boy fall from the sky…Literally, he may end up in your lap. The audience has been warned.
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6 thoughts on “Take Me Out to the Theatre

      • I’m 5’9″ and have never worn a pair of shoes with heels higher than about 2″ until last year (not a “height thing” but a “coordination thing”). I bought a pair of sandals with a four inch wedge heel and a one inch platform. I was worried about falling on my face but the wedges were stable and comfortable! Glad to see they’re back in stores for spring/summer!

      • Hmm, a favourite- that’s a tough call from this list of hits.
        I would have to say that I had the most fun watching How to Succeed. The incredible response from the audience created an amazing atmosphere. Gorgeous costumes, sensational dancing, wonderful songs. And Daniel was brilliant.
        Which is your favourite?

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