This week was, da da dummm, Spirit Week! And homecoming is Saturday night and it's all so very exciting, 'specially since I'm a little old senior in high school! Woe is me. Anyway, for this post, I decided to wait an entire week and gather up an abundance of pictures from the dress up days and montage them together here. So, hurr we go! Boom boom, firepower, baby.
Monday was nerd day. This was a fun day and fit the description of me quite well, snort snort. I already had everything I needed to dress up with this in my closet. That alone says a lot about myself. Like that I'm nerdy. Surprisingly enough, not many people really decided to comment on the day's outfit. I suppose my friends are used to seeing me in nonprescription glasses, high-waisted skirts and shorts, and these lurvely loafers. But it was truly amazing how many suspenders I saw that day. So. Many. Suspenders. I bet there were enough suspenders there that a giant suspender ball of doom could be made to wage war with the legendary giant rubber band ball.
Tuesday I was gone on a field trip, so no dressing up occurred. But that's all good and great, because Tuesday's dress up day of wearing your favorite football team jersey is a day that would not fancy my fancies anyway. Huzzah! On Wednesday, though, it was Rockstar Day. Awe yeah, rockstar. I went all out for this and attempted to look awesome with my crazy black hair, self-drawn tattoo, and shiny leggings. Besides looking badass, I also apparently delivered the feeling of apprehensive fear that in the hearts of many people as a result of my (attractive?) looks.
On the lovely day of Thursday, there was Decades Day. I was the 1920s! 1920s glamour, that is, darlings. Clamorous glamour, clamorous glamour that could not be stopped with a hammer. I felt pretty awesome all day up until my faux mole blob of paint thing decided to fall off my face somewhere between lunch and math, making me twenty-four percent less awesome. Touche, mole. Touche.
And finally, Friday was the wondrous class theme day, and for seniors, that meant it was Toga Day. It was not until I wore my elite toga that I truly felt like a senior. My toga is a bed sheet, my cape is curtain fabric, and my gold chain cape connector thingie majigger (such big and fancy words, I apologize) were made from two unused lion drawer knobs and gold chain. Oh, the things we have lying around in this house. I think my toga was my favorite outfit from the entire week.. it was very comfy, plus the entire day I had this intense superiority complex that made me feel like Caesar himself, and that the rest of the people in the world were peasants in my kingdom, ahahaha. I get so into character, I cannot help it.
..and that was Spirit Week! I think it was the funnest Spirit Week out of the four years of my high school career. Next post, I shall wear my dress from homecoming and show you guys my recently acquired first pair of Jeffrey Campbell shoes (which I got for $40.00 less than they were on Modcloth, plus free shipping, awe yeah)! So many exciting things are happening right now. I do hope you all had a fabulous week, and an even more fabulous weekend!