Big Hair

Printed trousers Mng Mango, similar - Green turtle neck sweater Cortefiel, similar
Green velvet loafers Zara, almost identical - Black tote bag Furla
Emerald arte deco ring, another vintage emerald option
So we went to the theatre to see a play. Got there and since the seating was not assigned it was a bit of a mayhem, regardless, we got good seats. But, then we realised the young girl seated in front of us had big hair. Like eighties, hair sprayed hair, lots of it. At least ten inches up and at least 4 in width. We could not see! Our necks hurt from trying to find a position to view the stage. 
What would you have done?
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Fuimos al teatro a ver una obra. Llegamos y como los asientos no eran asignados la entrada fue algo desordenada, pero conseguimos buenos asientos. Luego nos dimos cuenta que la chica sentada delante de nosotros tenía un peinado enorme. Como de los 80 con mucho spray de cabello, mucho. Tenía al menos diez pulgadas de alto y 4 pulgadas de ancho. ¡No podíamos ver! Nuestros cuellos nos dolían tratando de encontrar una posición para ver el escenario. ¿Qué harían ustedes en una situación así?


3 comments

Closet Fashionista said...

Ahhh! That's so annoying!!! I hate when people have obnoxious hair (or hats) at events so you can't see!
Love those pants though!
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Sheila said...

OMG, that would be so annoying! If it was general seating I would have moved, but sometimes you just don't have the choice. Being short, I often get blocked by tall people in theatres.

Love the velvet loafers with those pants!

Mica T said...

Love the colour combo of the top and pants together! :)

I often have that issue - not the big hair necessarily, but because I'm short I struggle to see when sitting behind most people, haha! I just put up with it and get good at finding angles I can see!

Hope you are having a great week so far :)

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