Lizzo’s “Cuz I Love You Too” tour made a stop in St. Louis last night, and I got to go! This concert has been sold out for months, but as an #UrbanDecayPartner, I received 2 tickets to attend. Peep my stories to watch me get ready (with my favorite Urban Decay All Nighter Spray) and for snippets from the Lizzo concert.
Today, I thought I’d share what I wore to the show because I found myself thinking about it a little bit. In the end, I decided on something that made me feel “100% That B&T*H!” So, you already know an asymmetrical top was involved.
What I’m wearing:
No surprise, one of my favorite fall trends is asymmetrical styles. You’ve seen me rock a couple favorites recently (see here and here). This one is another style from Zara. It’s a tad pricey for Zara at $69.90 just for a top. But, the higher-priced Zara items often reflect a higher quality. That’s definitely the case with this top. For reference, I’m wearing a size small in the top.
I wore the top with some faux leather pants. Y’all, these pants are under $40, but they look and feel so much more expensive. I’m wearing a size 8 for a relaxed fit. I’m usually a 6-8 in bottoms by this brand, so it’ll fit true to your usual size as well.
To complete the look, I’m also wearing some low-heeled mules because comfort. The studs on these mules, and their super sharp silhouette, made them a chic addition to the overall look.
Of course, since I attended the concert on behalf of Urban Decay, I reached for all my favorite Urban Decay goodies to create the beauty look. I’m wearing the Stay Naked Foundation in the color 70WY. I relied solely on the Sephora Color iQ system to get my match, and it came through with the perfect color.
There’s a new Urban Decay eyeshadow palette out, but for the evening, I pulled out my trusty Born to Run palette. I love creating a smoky eye anchored by the charcoal color called “Drift.” As always, I set my makeup with my go-to All Nighter Spray.
I enjoyed people watching at the concert. Everything was in the building, from floor-length wedding gowns to sequins to dressed up denim. Most people seemed comfortable expressing themselves in what made them feel comfortable. So fitting for a Lizzo experience! What would you wear?
Location: Rooftop of The Last Hotel, St. Louis