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I was at The Kennedy Center the other night and was getting tons of DM’s on Instagram asking what I like to wear when we are heading to the theatre. To me it all depends on the type of show you are going to and what situation your are coming from. I wanted to pull together some of my old looks that I have worn to the Kennedy Center and hopefully make your life easier when you are heading to The Kennedy Center or your local theatre. I’m also sharing the next event J and I are heading to at The KC at the end of the post!

First up for all my dress loving gals lets talk about the type/style of dress to wear. If I am going to an evening show like the ballet or The National Orchestra I go for cocktail attire like the look below (click on the images to head to the full blog post)… 

Re:named Starry Night Dress

When I am going to a matinee I like to do a more casual dress and a comfortable shoe like a wedge. I like to think of the look below as the brunch to matinee look…

Kate Spade Bag

Going to the theatre doesn’t mean you have to wear a dress or skirt. For all my pants lovers (…or dress haters… gasp.) these looks are for you…

H&M Outerwear

You can wear jeans to the theatre but only for specific events.
Boohoo Sequin PantsWhat to Wear to the Kennedy Center

The next show James and I are going to is the award-winning comedian, actor, and writer Patton Oswalt making his Kennedy Center debut with Capital One. Capital One’s sponsorship of the District of Comedy Festival comes as part of Capital One’s commitment to Comedy at the Kennedy Center, a signature program at the Center focused on elevating comedy as an art form and uniting the local community together through laughter. Capital One cardholders can save 50% off the standard ticket price for RIOT! A Celebration of Women in Comedy when purchasing tickets online using their Capital One card. For details, and to take advantage of this exclusive Capital One offer, visit here. Supplies are limited.

Check out the other shows here: 

Friday, July 20

6:00 PM: Jo Firestone and Friends

8:00 PM: RIOT! A Celebration of Women in Comedy

10:30 PM: Joe’s Pub Presents What’s Your Safe Word?

Saturday, July 21

6:00 PM: The New Negroes with Baron Vaughn & Open Mike Eagle

10:30 PM: Picture This!

This post was sponsored by Capital One. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep ALP’s doors open.

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