Midnight in Paris
|The dress I wore - "Black Tango"|
I have nothing but good things to say about the dress, it's high quality and ever-so-slightly stretchy so there is less of the sack-like shape that some 20s dresses have. That baggy shape may be accurate but it's extremely unflattering on me!
A few other ladies were wearing dresses they bought from Unique Vintage and after seeing them in person I can vouch for them being very pretty as well.
I styled my long hair by blow drying it straight then curling it under and pinning it into a bun underneath my hair. I experimented with a bunch of make up looks and came to the conclusion that something a bit more colorful and less smoky would be more flattering on me so I went with green and aqua to match the hair do-dad I had and the iridescent sequins of my dress.
My husband wore his brown striped sacksuit from The Gentleman's Emporium with a fedora, his pocket watch and chain and a rose pinned to his lapel. All of which gave him a bit of a Nucky Thompson vibe. I'm afraid I didn't get any decent full length photos of us but I did get a few cute close ups.