So, last month I finally got myself to a Future Cinema event, thanks to my wonderful, beautiful friend Fleur de Guerre. Being a huge film fan, the Secret Cinema franchise has been on my radar for a long while, but have been lacking someone who was up for the experience. This time, I was excited to be invited because not only was it a film that I hadn’t seen, but was a blooming good reason to get dressed up. I’m not going to write a review of the night, you can read that over on Fleur’s blog, but instead I’m going to show you my outfit instead.
The only thing I could think of wearing as a start for my costume was my beloved purple American Apparel Disco Pants, because, well obviously, it’s a disco. I picked up a orange bandeau top from H&M to contrast with the purple and also because it was super cheap. I wore my JuJu Jellies clear, silver glitter shoes, because they are the most disco shoes I have. Dug out a old waist belt from New Look (I think) which finished off the look.
I don’t know what I look so blooming moody in this make up photo, but yes, I was very pleased with my make up. I wore on my eyes Lime Crime Goldfish from the China Doll Palette (that’s the bright sparkly yellow) with Sugarpill Acidberry (green) and Velocity (blue) from the Heart Breaker Palette, I finished this with a dusting of Sugarpill Chromalust in Goldilux. My base is all bareMinerals, and on my cheeks I wore the new Illamasqua Gleam Cream in Supernatural for a soft, metallic bronze. On my lips I went for gloss, which is very unusual for me, this one is from the Smashbox Heat Wave set in shade Copper Remix. bareMinerals Lash Dominator mascara and a dusting of Mineral Veil completed the look.
I managed to pick up some bargainous accessories for the night, my peace sign earrings and letter necklace both came from Primark. The letter necklace was a steal at only £3 and it comes with a set of letters and shapes so you can customise the word on the two chains. Totally awesome.
The big ring and bracelets were from H&M, I thought the ring was super tacky, but I’ve taken to wearing it normally now. I’m not sure if it really, but it’s fun, someone told me they thought it looked like a bird that had just flown into a window. Not cool. I’m wearing Barry M Glitter Nail Paint in Blue here too, one of my fave glitter name polishes.
To complete, the post, here’s a picture of me acting a damn fool posing in a replica bedroom from the film. Like I said at the start, to find out more about our night out please read Diary of a Vintage Girl for the full review.
What do you think of my 70s Disco inspired outfit?
Do you think I could pull this off on a normal night out?
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