Last week I devoured my copy of Tiny Pretty Things by Sonia Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton and I completely loved everything about it. (You can read my full review here.) I’ve been wanting to do outfit posts inspired by books for a while but now that my bookshelves are finally up and running, I feel like I have the background I envisioned and so my “book looks” outfits are commencing! Tiny Pretty Things is about a bunch of cutthroat ballerinas and if you were anywhere near as obsessed with Center Stage as I was in your teenage years, I have no doubt that you’ll also love this book. I cannot stress how much I truly enjoyed the story, loving and loving to hate the characters, theorizing about the ending and now I’m left dying for it’s sequel Shiny Broken Pieces which comes out on July 12th!
Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this soapy, drama-packed novel featuring diverse characters who will do anything to be the prima at their elite ballet school.
Gigi, Bette, and June, three top students at an exclusive Manhattan ballet school, have seen their fair share of drama. Free-spirited new girl Gigi just wants to dance—but the very act might kill her. Privileged New Yorker Bette’s desire to escape the shadow of her ballet star sister brings out a dangerous edge in her. And perfectionist June needs to land a lead role this year or her controlling mother will put an end to her dancing dreams forever. When every dancer is both friend and foe, the girls will sacrifice, manipulate, and backstab to be the best of the best. (via Goodreads)
Part of my getting-back-into-SuperSpaceChick-blogging-initiative includes the introduction of Outfit of the Day posts. I’m always getting tons of questions about my clothing when I post photos on instagram, so I thought it would be easier to share more details in one simple place. For my first outfit, I chose to wear this beautiful stained glass window dress which recreates the gorgeous ending of Beauty and the Beast. The dress is full of striking colors and it fits perfectly. It’s part of BlackMilk’s Disney collection, and it’s still available to order online. I also chose to take photos in front of my new bookshelf because Belle, books, enchanted roses, etc. I used my enchanted rose replica which a close friend of mine surprised me with while we were visiting Disney World in March. I also took a few photos with my Lumiere Funko but despite loving the figure, I wasn’t thrilled with either of the photos, so you can only spot him in the background on my bookshelf in one of the photos below. The castle ring was purchased at Spooky Empire when I visited Kristin a few years ago, but I’m sure there are similar ones on Etsy. For links to everything that’s still available, scroll down ^_^
So I skipped a fashion post for last episode because we were mostly seen wearing the superhero costumes we created to pitch our original comic ideas to Stan Lee, but I’m back this week with a post about my episode 4 fashion!
In the beginning of the episode, Molly and I ask our lovely boss Regina if we can take the day off to attend E3, and I just so happen to be wearing a SNES controller skirt which you can find in the Go Follow Rabbits shop on Etsy.
When Molly and I actually attend E3, I knew I had to wear my pink gamer dress by Black Milk. The dress version isn’t a available anymore, but you can still grab the swimsuit in their online shop!
While we’re prepping for the zombie drink and draw event I’m wearing my Pinkie Pie tank top from Mighty Fine which you can order off of Amazon!
One of my favorite things about being a geek nowadays is that by spending countless hours perusing the internet, I’m able to find the most adorable items of clothing that incorporate my favorite fandoms. I’m really into the idea of everyday cosplay and I almost always dress according to a theme of a favorite book, movie, or tv show I’m currently obsessing over! Here are some of my favorite outfits that I wore on the first episode of Fangasm, and the details on where you can buy them!
First up! When we’re all arriving to our internship at Stan Lee’s Comikaze I decided to wear my Her Universe Dalek dress. It’s such a flattering fit and the color really pops! I love that although it’s fitted, it’s still really comfortable due to the cotton/spandex blend. You can grab your own from Ashley’s online Her Universe shop for $35!
Next up is my Captain Marvel tank from WeLove Fine! I was so in love with this Carol Danvers tank that I wrote a blog post all about it on the website Kristin Fowler and I run called On Wednesdays We Wear Pink. As of right now, WeLoveFine appears to be out of stock on my tank, but in the meantime I highly suggest checking out this fantastic Ms. Marvel tee! I’ve been eyeing it for quite some time now.
When Paul surprised us and brought George Takei back to our house, the rest of us roommates had been lounging around and eating ice cream sundaes. I was wearing one of my favorite pairs of Black Milk leggings, the Mechanical leggings, which remind me of a cyborg. Whenever I wear them I can’t stop staring at my legs!
If there are any outfits I’ve left out of my blog post, feel free to comment and ask about them and I’ll be sure to tell you where you can find them!