While Hard Summer day #1 seemed pretty hard to top, day number two was absolutely fabulous. No issues (my phone didn't die and I didn't lose my friends lol) and endless dancing of course.
The day started off pretty hectic. I, unfortunately with my getting lost/losing my friends fiasco of the night before, woke up late and immediately got ready once I woke up. I had no food, just plain ol' coffee as my little energy booster to get me through. After getting ready, I was running late and was panicking because I decided, I suppose, that I had nothing to wear for the second day. See, I was planning on going for a hawaiian shirt-meets-tropical kind of look yet I couldn't find anything that morning. I hit up a Goodwill, the mall and nothing caught my attention or didn't appear to be what I was lusting after. I had a shirt I had in mind at American Apparel and so I succumbed to temptation and bought it. It's not that I didn't like it. I actually did. It's well...the damn price. AA seems to be overpriced these days that I can't justify that I paid almost $60 for a thin shirt. Nonetheless, I was happy with my purchase, rushed over to Katie's house and did my makeup ASAP. We finally got to the venue and immediately tried to catch a bit of Crystal Castles.
(Pink iridescent sunglasses by Forever 21. Tropical jungle printed short-sleeve shirt by American Apparel. Denim distressed boyfriend shorts by Gap. Leather double-wrap belt by Dior Homme. Brown sneakers by Urban Outfitters. Neon pink and green bracelet by Gap)
After Breakbot, we sat for a while and just chatted. We then hit up Flosstradamus' set. We were eagerly anticipating Empire of the Sun's set so we then left about 15 minutes before they came on. After waiting for what seemed like hours (we were too excited, tbh), Luke Steele finally arrived and his presence was breathtaking. Those costumes and the effort that's involved is inspiring, seriously.
Empire of the Sun was honestly one of my favorite performances of the night.
After that, the three of us ran to Justice and ended the night on such a high note.
See yah next year.