As a continuation from yesterday, please enjoy our 2011 Halloween costumes! Once again, we have to thank Value Village, or as I like to call it, the V-V Boutique, for most of the costume pieces.
Andy Warhol & Edie Sedgewick
Around this time last year, I became obsessed with the movie Factory Girl.
If people hadn’t seen the movie, they weren’t really sure what we were. I think we made quite a cute pair anyway!
“Wasting money puts me in a real party mood.”
Isn’t he a cute blonde?
Andy Warhol is basic: striped high collar shirt, and plain khaki pants, if you’re blonde already, great. If not, the blonde wig was only $10 from the V-V Boutique. Finishing touch: sunglasses, found lying around the apartment.
“You’re the boss, applesauce.”
Edie Sedgwick is alllllll about the make-up. A plain slightly oversized striped shirt, dance tights, and black 60s style heals. I also found a great vintage coat that went to the floor with leopard print accents – perfect for bar hopping on a cold Hallows eve. Johnny actually made my earings from an old necklace by bending the wires together. I was also lucky because my hair cut happened to match hers… a wig works too.
“It takes a lot of work to figure out how to look so good.”
Again, pretty original costumes that are SO easy to put together.
Happy Halloweening 🙂
On a side note:
If you happen to be in Norfolk County this weekend, come out to Port Dover at The Brig.
From 9-10pm come see the debut performance of my new band, Wild Vines!
Opening for The Allnighters and Folk Heroes from Space.
It’s going to be a wild costume party – hope to see you there!!!