In the famous (to me) words of my momma (and probably other mommas too): "One must always expand their horizons because you never know what you'll fall in love with"
I bought this along with another ribcage shirt from the boys sections-- I fit a M boys. Both were $4.
Anyway-- this was entirely too cute to pass up, and although I seldom, if ever, wear t-shirts; I am making a huge effort try new things. Since I've been making and buying some great t-shirts, I've been trying to incorporate ways to wear them to suit me, and simultaneously shuffle in some color.
Obviously this shirt doesn't represent my age well, but I figured what the hell, let's embrace that inner spooky child.
Since I've been doing a lot with my make up and hair, I thought that this look might do well with a beehive of sorts; I don't have a ton of experience or tools for hair, so I opted for a faux beehive using the high ponytail method, and topped that off with a bow that is showing up quite often in my outfit posts, hehe.
I took some colors from the palette of the shirt, and used them in my make up. A hot pink, sky blue, and bubble gum purple.
I used the purple on my bottom lid, and eyebrows to effect. So colorful! Eeep!
Another small indulgence to my inner child would be that of Halloween snow globes... I love collecting them!
|$1 each from Dollar Tree|
What I'm wearing:
- T-shirt: Walmart
- Cardigan: Ardene
- Skirt: Fairweather
- Tights: from my mother
- Necklace & hair bow: self-made
A reminder: Don't forget to enter in my Halloween Giveaway!
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