Cast a SpellJanuary 30, 2017 / byJaney / Categories : Feeds
Over the weekend one of my friends celebrated her birthday, and she decided she wanted to have a 50s Harry Potter theme for us to spend a day at Universal Studios, which last year opened the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. While I knew I could have easily opted for a 50s student look, when I heard a friend say she was going to dress up with a 50s Professor Umbridge inspired look, I decided to opt for a Professor McGonagall look, as she’s one of my favorites.
While Professor McGonagall has a few different looks throughout the Harry Potter films, she does wear the same ensemble in the first two films, and I believe is her most recognizable to be inspired by for my outfit. If you need a refresher or are unfamiliar, take a peek here.
Are you a fan of Harry Potter? It was certainly a defining moment in my adolescence! And continues to be something I re-read, re-watch, and am inspired by to this day.
Hat (feathers added by me): Simply Vintage Boutique, Portland, Oregon
Jacket (which is part of a gown ensemble): Elsewhere Vintage, Orange, California
Top (which is actually a dress, though super short!): Buffalo Exchange
Skirt: Pinup Girl Clothing
Brooch: Antique Alley, Portland, Oregon
Tights and Harry Potter Charm Bracelet: Target
Filed under: Fashion & Style, Universal Studios Tagged: California, Harry Potter, Harry Potter bound, Hollywood, outfit post, Professor McGonagall, Professor McGonagall bound, retro, retro fashion, retro style, tourism, Universal Studios, vintage inspired, Wizarding World of Harry Potter
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