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Follow the Yellow Brick Road – sort of – feat. My Bookmark and Unique Vintage

I was contacted by Olena from My Bookmark to review a couple of bookmarks and you better believe I said yes! An excuse to do a fun photoshoot with my new Unique Vintage dress?! Yes yes og yes!! 😀

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My Bookmark (Instagram here) consists of 4 women who design, make and market really fun bookmarks. I first saw the wicked witch and it was love at first sight.

Wicked Witch bookmark – c/o My Bookmark

Sure, Dorothy is the hero but as well as we remember her blue gingham dress we remember the black and white stockings of the wicked witch of the East. Now I KNOW they are actually silver shoes. But never mind that. We remember the red ones.

unique vintage, garden state dress, wicked witch, wizard of ozGarden state cocktail dress – c/o Unique Vintage

Ruby slippers – Bait Footwear

Tights – eBay

Belt from another dress

Hat – old from H&M

I wanted to do this with all the pictures. But then I remembered how much I hate coloring in >.< And how much I don’t colour within the lines. And it really messed up the quality >.<

I like witches. Even the bad ones have my sympathy due to the witch hunts. (Clever women are scary. Let’s burn them)

The dress is the same as my previous UV dress – the Garden State dress but after Pinsandpencils made me this drawing I knew I needed a black dress like this. UV to the rescue! It was in their new collection. And well I kinda want this dress is every colour. Especially blue and burgundy. They are longer than one by the way but they still look good on me I think 🙂

It is such a pretty dress. It’s an occasion dress for sure. I’m (probably) not going to wear it to work. Unless I need to dress up as a witch for the kids. I’m getting some American Horror Story Coven vibes from this.kathrine pachniuk, unique vintage, vintage style, dictiocanary, bait footwear,

We ended our rather windy adventure by going out for lunch with Wrath beer.

Hope you all had a lovely weekend.





3 thoughts on “Follow the Yellow Brick Road – sort of – feat. My Bookmark and Unique Vintage

  1. Have you read Gregory Maguire’s Wicked? I love the twist of seeing Oz, Dorothy, and Glinda through the “Wicked” Witches’ point of view. There’s two sides to every story! It’s one of my favorite books ever. I like his other fairytale twists too; Mirror Mirror and Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister.


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