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Madame Medusa 1920’s Inspired Disneybound

Aloha my wonderful merfolk!

I love creating my Disneybound blog posts so I thought I would start challenging myself when it came to creating them. Instead of creating Disneybounds simply to my own style, I thought I would start a new series of era Disneybounds. They may not be in time order but I fancy delving into the fashion past and trying my hand at different styles of fashion.

Today, I bring you a Madame Medusa themed Disneybound, styled to fashion influences from the 1920s, aka, Flapper era!

18. Rescuers

First, let’s have a look at Madame Medusa:


Next, let’s have a look at my Disneybound:

This wonderful looking bright red flapper dress is from a website called Unique-Vintage. This website holds so many wonderful vintage themed items. Although if you’re in the UK there may be a customs charge if you order from this website as I believe it’s American. Please bare that in mind. These purple stockings are just from eBay. The red Mary-Jane shoes I found through a quick Google search. They come from a website called Milanoo. Again, I think this website may be American so just be wary of customs charges and a hefty delivery fee.

Beads were a big part of 1920s fashion. These purple beads I found on eBay. They’re relatively cheap and come in a range of colours. Tie them in a knot close to the bottom for a more authentic 20s look. These green Gatsby style earrings are also from eBay and are much cheaper than the real diamond and jewel ones you can find on the high street.

And my make-up choices:

All of the above make-up is from Barry M which is cruelty free and also sells a range of vegan products.

Lipstick in Pillar Box Red

Eyeshadow in Purple 

Nail Varnish in Cherry Drop

a mermaid be waiting for you, in mysterious fathoms below


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