So, my good friends from the Church of Tomorrow threw a super awesome Bowie-themed party last night. I didn’t have any Bowie costumes figured out, but it just didn’t seem right to go to the Bowie party in “regular clothes.” My day costume, Kid Awesome, would’ve at least been a costume to wear, but it didn’t seem like the perfect party look.
So, I did what anyone would do. I put on a unitard, stood in front of my accessories station and started throwing things on. (Yes, I DO have an accessories station and yes, I DO call it that.)
While this outfit might not be a costume with a specific title, I figured it could be part of my “31 Days of Halloween” project because, well, it’s quite a look…..? Maybe I’m not sure if I should technically call it a costume because it might just an outfit that got a little out of hand with the accessories. I could have entered myself into a costume contest and then it’d DEFINITELY be a costume, but I have stage fright. I didn’t want to stand in front of a crowd and be judged. That sounds like torture. That sounds like a good way to ruin a fun, costumed evening.
It was a great party. I really miss Omaha. I’ve been working out of town all fall, so it was so great to be back in Omaha for the weekend and see so many cool people I know at once. I spent most of the night chatting and/or people-watching instead of dancing, but I still had a blast. People-watching at a Bowie dance party = hours of entertainment. So many sequins. So many unitards.