My First Movie Premiere
Wow! My first big movie premiere. It’s insane to me, thinking I could get invited to such an event. Movie premieres are for celebrities, actors, famous people and their children! The truth is, youtubers are taking over the world. Its crazy how suddenly the worlds of film, television and internet are all colliding. Suddenly you can be a youtuber and winning a Grammy, or starring out your own movie.
I picked my outfit for the premiere the night before and snapchatted it (username: evadancer94) for you all to see! By the way, I would just like to say it took me two days until I finally figured out which form of premiere to use for this event…and I’m still confused.
For this event I wanted to dress classy but toned down. I mean, I had absolutely no idea what to expect. Would people be wearing jeans, nice shoes and a blazer? Or a full on suit? What kind of look was this!
I went with an old and trusted black dress that I bought around last year from Ted Baker. It was the first nice dress I ever invested in. I love it because its the perfect length for my super petite body, and its got a high neckline- which are the only necklines I wear. To top it off, It has a bunch of bling at the collar for just the extra sparkle I needed. It was perfect for the occasion.
I paired it with white heels, and of course, the Chanel bag that I got myself for working so hard the past few months. It’s safe to say that after saving up for that purchase, Im done shopping for at least a little while.
I think the next premiere I go to, I’ll add more color into my look and be more daring then just black. Truth is, Im not a little black dress type of person. I never was. I always had to wear color in my outfit! I even toyed with the idea of wearing cat ears to the premiere but figured I’d scope it out and see if it was fitting for the next event.
It’s fun to dress classy every now and then, but I think I feel much more comfortable in my colorful tennis skirts and crop tops 🙂
Ted Baker Collared Dress
Chinese Laundry White Heels