Lisa Hirsch's Classical Music Blog.
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The second point is good advice for anyone, anywhere!
Oh....I've occasionally seen women dressed in ways that deliberately revealed a little something (bra strap, a bit of lace) that in the right context are quite appealing. OTHER THAN THAT, yes.
Actually, I like it when the shades of black don't match.
I find it distracting, myself. I mean, it can work, but most of the time it doesn't.
Yes on both counts Lisa- and while we're talking sartorially, another pet peeve of mine are men who wear tuxes without patent leather shoes. That's just wrong, and I'm talking about 80% of the male members of the SFS.
I assume the situation is the same with tails? That's what the SFS men wear most of the time.
And if you're a conductor wearing a skirt or dress, try to make sure your slip doesn't show when you raise your arms.
Absolutely with tails- so much so we shouldn't even have to discuss it!
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