And now for something I completely forgot to show in my past two Emilie Autumn concert posts: the outfits that my sister Jordan and I wore as Plague Rats:
Isn't my little sister the most adorably sexy girl out there? I had no idea she could braid her beautiful long blonde hair so well!
My recent corset purchase proved to be quite successful. I received the following reactions:
- Scott loved it
- My mother called me "Pippi Longstocking" and a cancan dancer. As is almost always the case with my mom, I wasn't sure whether these comments were meant to be insults or compliments. I was just happy that she seemed so excited to help Jordan dress like a Plague Rat.
- I received a compliment from the guy selling merchandise about how awesome it looked and inquiries about whether I had made the outfit myself
- According to Scott, I received a mix of looks from girls ranging from curiosity to dirty looks.
The following photos are Jordan and I dancing to the corny closing music at the end of the concert.
I can see the boy's side for one reason: perhaps he didn't fully understand what the Emilie Autumn stage show consists of. Since I am a protective older sister who also has a boyfriend who has never complained about me dressing "too slutty" to an event when he's not going to be in attendance, I have obvious biases against the boy's issues with Jordan's clothes. But what do you readers think? Can an "attached" young lady only dress provocatively when her boyfriend is around, or does such dress indicate that said attached lady is looking for a new boy toy when the current boy is not around? Or does it indicate something else entirely?