After all of the emotions and subsequent personal planning that took up most of the beginning of the month, there was a desperate need for some pure fun. This came in the form of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them for me. Being a longtime potterhead, very little could have stopped me from seeing the film, and though I wasn't blown away, Rowling still pulled me in with the darker side of her plots. It was also a treat to see Ezra Miller give an incredible performance. Though it's not my favorite Harry Potter film, it still brightened my world a little bit more.
After the film, we headed over to Union Square to look at all the pop-up shops for the holidays. The space feels like it belongs in the countryside rather than amongst skyscrapers, and it instantly gets you in the Christmas spirit. If you're craving any cider, head over soon.
Staying away from anything '20s inspired, I surprisingly ended up with a bit of a victorian outfit. This shirt is actually too large for me, hence its rare appearance on the blog. It has been revived though, through a venture into wearing a turtleneck for the first time since I was single digits in age. This sweater inspired some layering and saves this blouse from being a little too revealing. I think some black, lace and purple lip can easily give you a solid witchy vibe, no matter that era.
Dressed In: Mango turtleneck, Asos lace shirt (similar), Levi jeans, Zara flats, Deathly Hallows necklace, Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche lipstick in Thistle