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A 1960s Jafar Disneybound

Aloha my wonderful merfolk!

It’s been a couple of weeks since I did one of my Disneybounding posts. These are some of my favourite posts to write. I get to look up different style of fashion, fashion from different eras and play around with styles I may not necessarily choose for myself.

I love my Disney villains and so, with this week being Aladdin week, I thought I would choose Jafar to base my Disneybound on. Also, in keeping with my era challenge, this week shall see a 1960s style Disneybound!

26. Aladdin

First, let’s have a look at the wonderfully wicked Jafar:


Now, for the Disneybound:

The 1960s were all about bold, block colours. I found this black and red dress on Modcloth. Team it with knee length black socks for the perfect 60s swing look.

Lindy Bop have these wonderful black and red heels. For a 1960s hair do, check out these styles here and add this Jafar bow from Where Seams Come True to the mix.

1960s fashion included big, block coloured earrings, usually hoops of some sort. These red hoop earrings are from Amazon. No strictly 1960s style but ever since I saw these VHS handbags by HeatherbelCreations, I have wanted one. So, as she does an Aladdin bag, I thought it would be perfect for that extra added Aladdin magic.

Make-up was a big part of the 1960s look. Find some inspiration here. Paint your nails to match your dress; four nails in black forest and one in dead heat. Bold, clean eyeliner is a must. This precision eyeliner from Barry M should do the trick.

Add some dark eyeshadow with this pressed powder from Barry M. And finally, a bold lip with Barry M lipstick in the shade pillar box red.

a mermaid be waiting for you, in mysterious fathoms below


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