I never planned to go and see a Broadway show, it wasn’t on high on my priority list and I was worried about how much it would cost. Caitlin convinced me otherwise and I’ll be forever grateful that she did. She stood in line for 2 hours and bought tickets for us to go and see Chicago. Samantha somehow managed to grab a ticket at the door, we weren’t seated together but at least we all got in together.
Photography was banned within the theatre but I managed to snap two blurry shots to at least show you the inside of the venue. So many antique features, I was glad we dressed up for the occasion. There were so many people just wearing jeans and shorts and it kind of ruined the mood. TIP: If you go to Broadway, dress up and don’t bother taking your camera.
After the show we stepped outside to take a few photos. Caitlin’s outfit was sponsored, lots of glittery sequins and beads from Autograph, you can see more photos I took on her blog.
Samantha, an Australian plus size model showing off her magnificent pins in her brand new shoes and beloved City Chic dress from a few seasons ago. I’m loving all the colours.Photo Taken By Caitlin Bradley
I was so excited because I finally had wedges that fit properly, had heels, were comfortable AND they were only $19.95! I’m also wearing my favourite scolloped boudoir lace dress, a gift from Kiyonna last year. I always get compliments when I wear it. My gorgeous coloured gem Treasure Necklace is from Wild Bling and whilst the dress doesn’t really need it I wore it anyway because I adore it.Photo Taken By Caitlin Bradley
Samantha and I have only met once or twice before, both times were brief. She was a last minute roommate and I’m so glad that she reached out to me asking to stay because in a room full of four busy women she was the neutraliser and always seemed to break the tension with the best jokes that still leave me laughing at home. I’m proud to say she’s now a good friend.Photo Taken By Caitlin Bradley
Chicago was amazing, I had a big grin on my face the entire time and at one point when they started singing “Razzle Dazzle” and silver confetti fell from the ceiling I lost it and cried. That moment changed me.
After all, isn’t it all about the Razzle Dazzle sometimes?