OOTD :: of Celebrity Day and inanimate stars

2.4.14

2.4.14

2.4.14

Did you really think I would’ve passed this up?

I mean, c’mon! It’s TARDIS Tuesday and Celebrity Day? What bigger celebrity could there possibly be than the Time And Relative Dimension In Space herself?!

Sure, I could’ve dressed up as one of the incarnations of the Doctor, but been there done that, and quite recently too, as a matter of fact. Plus, I really needed an excuse to wear my new TARDIS dress. I’m particularly proud of it because I managed to score the non-bodycon version which I’ve discovered is exceedingly rare (most iterations out there are painfully body-hugging and definitely age inappropriate).

It was actually the last one for sale at the time and I had to get a size larger than normal which ended up working out alright in the end because the excess fabric and roominess allowed me to do the whole button-up-shirt-under-dress thing. (Hey, would this count as short over long?)

I do feel a bit Alice in Wonderland-y with the white shirt, but I’m hoping donning the tie helps inject a bit of the masculine into the ensemble. I also opted for my galaxy wanna-be Chucks over booties to maintain the cheeky playfulness of it all.

Some will call this a stretch and cry foul if I’m counted for the day (we get participation points and the class that gets the most points wins a pizza party at the end), but I’m going to insist. I think this shows a helluva lot more effort and thought than simply throwing on a pair of sunnies and pretending to be a generic celebrity incognito, don’t you?

::  Just the facts, ma’am ::
Dress – Amazon
Button up – CHAPS
Tie – eBay
Tights – HUE
Shoes – F21

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14 thoughts on “OOTD :: of Celebrity Day and inanimate stars

    • Thank you for hosting it! I hope you check out my own monthly link up to launch this month (see my T3 link at the top of the page).

      And yes, this dress was a find. I LOVE it.

  1. Just made my freaking day, that’s all. All the screaming and giggling from the living room made Dan come running in to see if I was okay. He didn’t think it as wonderful as I did, but he thought it pretty cool, just the same.
    Thank you. Really.

    • And if Greg wasn’t dead asleep next to me right now, I’d be giggling and screaming too after reading your comment. It’s always a thrill to be able to elicit such an awesome response from a fellow Whovian, husbands/significant others notwithstanding. ;p

  2. The dress is amazing! I wish I watched Dr. Who just so I could make some appropriate remarks, but the only doc I’m interested in right now is Marten.

    It’s such a cute dress, and you look ecstatic wearing it. And yes, the tie really mans it up a lot. ;~)

    • I’m gonna convert you yet, Val. Doctor Who is uh-mazing! Brilliant even! But yeah, I was ecstatic all day. My school is such the haven for outcasts and geeks that EVERYONE commented on my TARDIS dress.

      Oh, and I think we both oughtta just buy our Docs, eh? ;p

    • I am only one woman, Dolly! The rest of my class has to participate too or no pizza party for us. Then again, as I mentioned to Val, I was plenty happy in this dress and that’s really all the prize I could want.

    • Ya think? And in the grand scheme of geekery, I am just a modest pseudo cosplayer. I’d been eyeing all the handmade TARDIS dresses on Pinterest and sadly wiping drool off my chin.

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