You know what I realized just after taking these?
I forgot to put the belt on! [Hard to imagine when else I will ever wear that belt…]
What a shame.
Still, one recognizes Lana Kane, no?
Kind of digging this 60s wig. American Apparel dress, Coach boots. Wearing MAC Velvet Teddy, Tom Ford Shade & Illuminate, itCosmetics CC cream, Charlotte Tilbury powder, MAC prolongwear brow set, Lorac PRO palette on the eyes…a lot of makeup.
Halloween: license to do the kind of over-the-top stuff I want to do all the time.
The Michelle Pfeiffer/Tim Burton Catwoman was my starting point here. Sadly, my head was too big to fit in the badass mask I got, and the replacement badass mask is likely going to show up tomorrow. Of course. So there’s a little old-school Eartha Kitt Catwoman inspiration for the mask and ears. Not quite as creepy as the full mask, alas, but with its own charm.
This bodysuit is the costume staple that keeps on giving.
There really is something about a mask…
This whip is legit.
MAC Russian Red lipstick with a red Japonesque lip lacquer over top. Glossy finish a must.
These boots (Coach, thrifted) are not disappointing in any way.
There’s something so fantastic about Catwoman, I think, so crazy and unhinged, so easily distracted by shiny things, so sleek, so sensual, so stylish.