Monday, February 7, 2011

Daily Wear: Black Swan

I finally got to see Black Swan the other day. A very good movie, well written, well acted, well directed, I will NOT be seeing it again. Even though it's good, it's not my kind of movie, but I'm glad I did see it.

I kept my makeup dark, but it's pretty simple. Aromaleighs Rhea on the inner corner, then Aparcium, Blueshift, and Escape Velocity.

I also used Peaches n' Cream finishing powder, and Rococo blush.

Outfit as follows:
  • Shirt: I really have no idea.
  • Necklace: The pendant was bought for me from the Portland Saturday Market. It was a fork at one point. The chain is just a strand of pearls.
  • Sweater: Free People
  • Jumper: Free People
  • Tights: Sock Dreams
  • Shoes: Poetic License

How sweet are these shoes? I was so excited to have found them for a reasonable price. They're actually a size too big for me, but I don't care they make my feet look awesome.

Tiny hair clip, super sparkly butterfly. Silver rainbow holographic glitter.

Matching butterfly earrings. I don't wear these enough I think, they're super light, and don't get tangled in my hair.

I managed to convince Randall to take me for Korean before the movie. We ordered bulgogi and japchae noodles, the banchan at this place wasn't great, everything was too salty, except the kimchi which tasted kinda ammonia-y. The noodles hadn't arrived when I took this picture.

I tried to take some picture of us before the movie started but neither Heather nor Randall could keep from blinking. That's their problem I guess.


  1. I really liked "Black Swan". It was very intense and I had a rather extreme reaction to it, and I love it when a movie does that to me. I mean, it was scary in a way that those stupid slasher movies could never be, because it was psychological rather than just a bunch of people getting murdered.

  2. Yeah, I agree. My roomate Randall is a movie buff, he says there's an oppressive feel to all Aronofsky films. Like there's always something bad that will happen soon, even if nothing does.

  3. I haven't seen all his films so I can't really comment on many, but I didn't feel that way with "The Wrestler" or "The Fountain". But then, I barely made it 2/3 of the way through "The Fountain". I know I should've finished it but I wanted the next thing on my Netflix queue and I had to ask myself, "Do I really care how this ends?" and I didn't. Which bummed me out because I'd really wanted to like it. I was just more excited about "The Way of the Gun".