Friday we went for sushi and Alice in Wonderland with the bro and sis-in-law. The movie itself was lovely--the visuals were gorgeous, especially the White Queen's court (kind of a washed-out Marie Antoinette vibe!) and the tea party, which was alike an abandoned 1920s party with tired guests and faint Victrola music in the background. The Cheshire Cat was especially creepy and perfect. He's always been my favorite. I have such an emotional attachment to the story; I wrote one of my favorite ever (giant!) papers for my Madness in Literature class about Wonderland being a metaphor for adolescence, and when I was a kid I wore out my VHS tape of the Disney version.
And of course I love Tim Burton forever and ever and was very excited to see his interpretation. The movie felt a bit light overall and I didn't love it overwhelmingly, but it was fun and pretty and Alice was strong. (Although the Mad Hatter does a dance at the end that made me want to crawl under my seat from embarrassment.)
Urban Outfitters dress
Forever 21 cardigan
Sock Dreams tights
Bunny ring from Modcloth
Mad Hatter necklace from Paraphernalia
I'm also wearing OPI's Mad as a Hatter nail polish but of course I'm terrible at photographing it. I think it's my absolute favorite nail polish to ever exist in the world. It reminds me of a sparkly (un)birthday cake!