The UC Berkeley Greek Theatre is an awesome venue! The design of the theatre is directly based on the ancient Greek Theatre of Epidaurus. Its an outdoor venue, which went perfect with sunny skies and the light breeze of the night. The concert was general admission, so it was basically a free for all. We were lucky enough to get seats down by the pit. Although, these so-called seats were more like cement steps. Opening for Florence was San Francisco bred, Hanni El Khatib, creative director for HUF, now taking the music route. While most of the crowd was still piling in during his performance, I enjoyed the sounds of his garage rock/bluesy tunes. As I mentioned in the previous post, Florence and The Machine was beyond amazing! And everyone that I met during the trip were the nicest people ever. The next morning, we had brunch at a charming french restaurant by the name of La Note. A perfect way to end the weekend! Berkeley, thanks for being so good to me... I love you.
handmade crown from a street vendor on Telegraph Ave.
Cookies Rule Everything Around Me (CREAM)
double choco chip cookie w/ mint ice cream sandwich from CREAM
UC Berkeley Greek Theatre
Hanni El Khatib
the crowd doing the wave, while waiting for the show
Cote Nord from La Note: two lightly scrambled eggs w/ goat cheese over toasted levain bread, home fries, and roasted Provencal tomatoes.
I met these two lovely ladies at the concert. Super sweet and Oh so VERY stylish!
I love how she paired this simple dress with her killer stockings+shoe combo! This outfit has a great vintage feel to it.
Such a cool play on colours. And her textured jacket... craving it!
Thanks ladies *xoxo*