Dressed to the 9 and 3/4s

Hello again! I’m back with another post about my adventures in pinup with my beautiful friends, this time featuring two new faces to the blog!

A few weeks ago, my friends and I got all dolled up to attend an event at Universal called Dressed to the 9 and 3/4s. We wanted to meet up with the group but were there super late, so instead we just went off on our own and took pictures and had a magical time!


From left to right, we have Reanne, wearing a Lindy Bop skirt, myself in ModCloth, Paola in vintage, Anna in ModCloth, Kaitlyn in vintage and Kyra in ModCloth, so… a good mix of repro and retro!

Instead of going by our houses, we decided to just dress up for the Yule Ball in our brightest and fanciest wizard wear and we loved it! We got our fair share of compliments, as well as a good amount of weird looks but hey, if you saw six girls traipsing around a theme park in fancy dresses and fluffy petticoats, you’d probably stare too, right?


Our adventure started in a back alley in New York… AKA the New York street of Universal Studios Florida, which seems appropriate since Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them is set in New York! Here, we twirled to our heart’s content, cast some spells away from the no-majs eyes, and took some pretty good pictures.


Next, we headed to London to stop in Diagon Alley, where I couldn’t stay away from the Daily Prophet office! I’ve always said that I would work there if I were really a witch, so this seemed appropriate. One day, they’ll offer me a job!


These girls have been such a bright light in my lie, and it feels like I’ve known them for ages even though it’s been a few short months! Everyone should be so lucky to have friends like these in their lives.


We ended the day taking pictures with the rest of our dapper wizarding friends, and of course, had to snap a group shot of the six of us before we left. It was a great day and I can’t wait for the opportunity to do it again!

Thanks for reading!



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