I’m taking an interval from posting about Singapore to write about the Versailles live last week.
My camera is out of action at the moment, so unfortunately I couldn’t get a coord snap. I wore my Metamorphose Antique Bouquet onepiece with an Innocent World necklace.
I really enjoyed the live! Hello to the lovely girl I met there, was it Sarah? My ears were ringing a bit still, so I’m not sure if I heard your name correctly. Please excuse my deafness, I was glad to meet you! I’m sad to have missed Emilie and Cordelia though 😦 I was looking out for you two!
Well well, so now I’ve seen Kamijo. And I’ve been smiling a lot since then!
I thouroughly enjoyed myself. Although the band seemed a little tired, and could perhaps have been a bit livelier, their appearance and performance was certainly gorgeous. Versailles’ “twirls” were one of the highlights for me. Everyone’s costume was engineered for maximum twirlability, whether it was a cape, a big skirt, long coat tails, or, in the case of Teru, a fabulous net curtain(!)
Kamijo’s movements were so…. Kamijo-y! Flamboyant and graceful, perfect. So much that it’s bit hard to believe he’s flesh and blood! Hizaki also conducted himself very elegantly and daintily, even when leaping bodily into the crowd- that part scared me a bit! He looks so softly pretty in real life, more convincingly feminine than I expected.
Yuki looked very handsome and his drumming was cool, but both he and Masashi seemed to me a bit subdued. However, Teru was certainly entertaining in his glittering lace cape; he probably had the most energy, and his very very wide smile was infectious. My friend and I admired his gilt-trimmed pumpkin pants- they had just the right amount of pouf!
Sadly both my friends and I couldn’t go to the meet and greet afterwards, we wouldn’t have been able to get home otherwise. I do wish they had started earlier, they didn’t play for that long and it would have been so nice to meet them! Did any readers get to go to the meet and greet? Please tell me your experiences!