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Halloween at The PCC


Hello!

Well I’m exhausted right now, because I had the fortune of spending the evening at The Prince Charles Cinema for their Pajama Party Halloween Edition. I had initial thoughts of dressing up and going in a full costume, but I didn’t want to do too much- we were sat indoors the whole time after all. So in the end, I decided to wear this really cool dress. I wore the black version for my very first blog post, but this white version is my favourite! I love everything about it, the cut flatters your curves and makes you look and feel elegant without being too overdressed.

The print is very cool and was appropriate for the evening- Geisha zombies and skulls- OH MY! I kept it simple with leggings and flats, but if I were to dress it up, I’d definitely go for tights and heels (will no doubt be a feature here soon). It’s a really comfortable dress too, because when you’re sitting in a cinema from 9pm-9am, you don’t exactly want to be in anything restrictive.

Oh, it was also the very first time with my tattoo out! Its healed real nicely and no longer needs to be wrapped up :)


with dresses, I always like to wear belts to nip in the waist

Love the print! 

Dress: Soho’s Clothing
Belt: Vivian of Holloway
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Leggings: Savoir (via Very)
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins

My cure tattoo :D 

 There were some who made the effort *hangs head in shame*


It was a really fun night and my very first pajama party with The PCC- I will be going again!

This is the first of at least two posts this week, so I’ll leave it there for now.

‘Til next time folks!

Xxx





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  1. You look gorgeous! The fabric of that dress is cuteeee! Xx

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    1. I *love* this dress! People will be sick of seeing me in it with the amount of times I'm going to wear it- super comfy too. Thanks for the compliments :)x

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