While Heather Duke might have my favorite color palette with the focus on green, I’m much more of a Veronica Sawyer than any of the other main characters in Heathers. She objectively has the best dialogue, plot line, and character arc in this film.
In 8th grade, I hung out with 3 Erins and all of them also had last names that started with the letter G. We didn’t play croquet, but we did go to parties, cause drama at school with our interpersonal politics, and probably wanted to kill each other at various points of our “friendship.” I guess I should be grateful that I never hooked up with a J.D., and I was left to writing as an outlet for my angst.
Outfit: Blue Velvet Long Sleeve Avon Dress I used a belt (not pictured) to pull the top out a little bit, shorten the dress, and give it a little shape.
Blue Tights (seen below)
Shoes: Blue Leather Cutout Mossimo Ballet Flats
Hair: Long Wavy Brown Wig
Previously seen as Sally Owens from Practical Magic
Eyes: Cosmic Brown Avon Glimmerstick
Black Brown Lash Blast Clean Volume Vegan Mascara
Lips: Romance Honeybee Gardens Truly Natural Lipstick
Accessories: Navy Blue with Drop Pearl Detail Vintage Boston Store Milwaukee Hat
Light Blue & Bright Blue Feathery Brooch Clip
Accessories: Blue Leather Fownes Brothers Driving Gloves given to me by my grandmother
Previously seen on Chris MacNeil from The Exorcist
Another accessory that I would have used (if I had one) was a monocle!
Accessories: Navy Blue Vintage Lassy Handbag I inherited from my grandmother.
I don’t usually like handbags and prefer purses that are crossbody or over-the-shoulder to keep my hands free when I’m out and about. However, I have a few vintage handbags I inherited from my grandmother, and they are all awesome!
Prop 1: Blue Croquet Mallet
Props 2 & 3: Van Gogh “Head of a Skeleton with a Burning Cigarette” Journal and Grumpy Bear Care Bears Wobble Pen
Another prop I considered was a Slushie.
Catch me back here tomorrow for another post.
In the meantime, check out the Heathers Vibes board on Pinterest.
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