|A vintage Irish cover of Dracula (Vintage Irish Bookcovers Blog)|
Dracula, Bram Stoker, translated into Irish by Seán Ó Cuirrín, Oifig Díolta Foillseacháin Rialtais, 1933. Design: AóM (Austin Molloy). Courtesy of John Moore/Little Museum of Dublin
|I'm only hardcore for photoshoots|
Campomaggi hand-crafted leather bag - $160 at Pickwick's!
|Besame Lipstick looks amazing, even in black & white.|
Very film noir...
|Extasia (hand-made in the US) intaglio- $60 at Pickwick's|
|Skull ring - only $10 at Pickwick's!|
|I am the spookiest of them all!|
|I'd come out and say "Hello", but it's a bit bright out there...|
Wax candy vampire teeth - $1
Black/Orange Satin Adult-size Cape - $
|Besame lipstick in "Red Noir" - $20|
Dracula in beautiful hard cover - $20
Large Wicked candle - $32
Etat Libre de Orange "Eau de Protection" - $
MOR lipgloss in "Cassis Noir" - $1
A confession- I have never read the original Dracula (although you can test my I Am Legend and Interview with a Vampire cred, anytime). BUT! I am fixing that before Halloween and you can hold me to it! I'll let you know what I think on twitter! I hope you guys are planning all sorts of wild variations on classic themes for Halloween, or coming up with new themes that are all your own. I'll be at Strawbery Banke for their annual Ghosts on the Banke celebration and then it's a weekend full of Hitchcock and zombies- I'm a pretty lucky girl.
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