*originally I had opted to show you Halloweentown in its full and glorious VHS quality, but it was painful to my HD-spoiled eyes, so we're celebrating white eye shadow of the last century with this, though I'm not sure it's any less painful
I was 4'7" and I was Michael Jackson. I had perfected the leg-lift in conjunction with the quick hand to the north complimented by the obligatory "ee-hee!" and put powdery white eye shadow (a thing at that time) all over my face. Single glove on hand, feet in white socks, black slip-ons - honestly I don't remember the actual costume - and adjunct to my comrade The Headless Horseman, it was Halloween and you know the rest. I tried to do the skanky thang a few years now but as it doesn't work in my fashion life, it certainly doesn't work in my costume life. Fasten upon me a cat tail, mask and a bow tie from the $1 store (fully clothed) plop in original Disney movie Halloweentown, and it is almost Halloween (you know the rest): I take this opportunity to wear orange and black and not feel all Halloween-ish...because it is All Hallow's Eve...get me?
Wearing a gorgeously comfortable Kensie coat courtesy of GigaSavvy (found here) with an old Catherine Malandrino romper (worn at this old time).
|I had to share this because I don't understand the face that I am making. Also I was not cold. It was 80 degrees.|
|Here, my dad wanted to be artsy so he told me to look to the side.|
|Betsey Johnson tights, Matiko wedges, Jean Paul Gaultier shades; Melie Bianco bag from Just Jane.|