We're about halfway through with Red and Black Week and I think I might just make it to the end! This posting every single day thing is kind of new to me, but it's pretty fun.
|I love this one so much <3|
I can still wear a blazer to school because the classrooms are colder than Antarctica. (I'm fairly sure they only keep it so cold to keep us awake.) However, after lunch I had to take my lovely jacket off. The AC in the entire school building had gone out. I would have melted into an unrecognizable puddle.
The blazer was a thrift store find that I showcased early on this blog. The tie I stole from Dad is really nice, probably $50. (Far to much money to spend on a tie And apparently he had more expensive ones...yeesh. This is me speaking from a high school budget.) The skirt was $10 at Ross. I wish I had a petticoat to make it even poofier.
Here you can see the pattern of the tie. It's actually a darker red than in this picture, with silver rings over a checkered pattern.
In the spirit of the event I chose to watch a movie with some lovely theme appropriate artwork. V for Vendetta.
This movie...I love it. I've never read the comics so I can't say how close it comes to the original plotline, but I still think it's a movie worth watching. I can tell you when I found out Hugo Weaving was the guy behind the mask (I really don't pay attention) I was like "...Agent Smith??" and then "Elrond??" Considering we never see his face it came as a complete shock.
This movie isn't groundbreaking, but it is really good and thought-provoking. Plus, there's that perpetually smiling Guy Fawkes mask.
|That grin is seriously catching ^^|