What Do Quirky Outfits and War Films Have in Common?

Answer: They have nothing in common, that I can think of. πŸ’• But I needed something to title this blog post!!!

It’s gotten chillier this past week, and now I basically don’t know what to wear anymore to attempt to keep myself warm. So I just grab random tights, socks and gloves and you get this as a result!

For good measure, I threw in my cat hair clips, along with a necklace I made. I’m like a Christmas tree that I decorate with weird ornaments!

Fun fact: I’m pigeon-toed

It was a long and super busy week for me, and what a way to end it by treating myself to see this film I have been looking forward to seeing for so long!!!

You know me – I love anything military. And this is set in World War I, at that!! So when I saw the trailer for this awhile back, I knew I’d be seeing it.

And off I went this morning with my little bag of M&M’s, taking myself on a movie date to see this film I’ve been much anticipating. And it did NOT disappoint. I was stunned by the realistic perspective of the film, as it appeared like it was shot in one continuous take. It kept me on the edge of my seat, jumping at parts, holding my breath at times, wanting to cry at certain moments, totally engrossed in it. ABSOLUTELY EPIC.

What a way to end the week!!! I hope y’all have a good weekend. πŸ˜‰ See ya!

5 thoughts on “What Do Quirky Outfits and War Films Have in Common?

  1. Great post title/set-up! Very funny, as is your Christmas tree simile. πŸ™‚ I love your unexpected outfit; the lilac and burnt orange complement each other, and your pink necklace really pops. I’m glad that 1917 was everything you hoped it would be, M&Ms in hand. I think it got the Golden Globe for Best Picture.

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