As a drama teacher and a lover of all things couture, when it comes to dressing up in costumes, I am in my element! I adore acting, performing, teaching, directing, presenting… anything that puts myself or my students in the limelight and I treat my style in the exact same way.
I always like my outfits to be audience worthy, even if no-one shall ever see them but the mirror.
I take every opportunity to get dressed up in costume as it gives me the chance to push fashion boundaries to the limits and wear clothing, make-up and styles that I could never and would never carry off in everyday life!
Here is a short selection of a few of my favourite costumes over the last few years!
You may not even recognize me in some of the pictures!
An outdoor performance of the ancient myth “Bricrius Feast”
Wearing: ★ Vintage customised Wedding Dress, Gucci Swivel Watch & “The Closet” Necklace ★
Hair and Make-up – Tara Henderson International
Halloween Rock Chick
Wearing: ★ Vest by Religion, Leather skirt from H&M , Juicy Couture Watch ★
★ Spiked Costume Jewellery and Temporary tattoos from Claires Accessories ★
Wearing: ★ Wheels and Doll baby Skull Dress, Tutu skirt from River Island, ★
★ Alexander McQueen Skull Bangle, Mary-Jane Shoes from Topshop ★
St. Patricks Day Parade where my drama group won first prize for best float
Wearing: ★ Military Jacket and Gold Sequin top from River Island, Top Hat and Trousers borrowed from Inishowen Carnival Committee and Stilts (incase you hadn’t noticed 🙂 ★
Wearing: ★ Witches Costume from “The Party Shop,” Skull Necklace – Claires Accessories ★
Gaga Glam to see the Lady herself in Concert
Wearing: ★ Chanel Sunglasses, Dress by Aqua Couture, Juicy Couture Watch, River Island Sandals ★