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Alice for Alice?

Finally got to see Alice in Wonderland tonight. I loved it. I know a lot of reviews have been negative but I thought it was great. Mia Wasikowska took a while to grow on me as Alice, but by the end of the film I quite liked her. I thought Helena Bonham Carter's Red Queen performance was a bit too Queenie from Blackadder at times but I loved Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter. Possibly more Multiple-personality-disorder Hatter than Mad Hatter, the scottish accent was a bit creepy, but I really liked the human, vulnerable side he brought to the character. Other people seem to have hated it, but I really enjoyed the relationship between the Hatter and Alice. And Stephen Fry as the Cheshire Cat, wonderful! The whole film was also of course visually stunning, and I think Tim Burton succeeded in striking the perfect balance between a children's and an adult's film. Didn't think it really needed the 3D, although the falling down the rabbit hole was good with things flying out of the screen, but this is definitely one I'll be getting on DVD when it comes out (quite soon I hear!)

This is what I wore, first to uni then the cinema. A little bit Alice-esque no?:

I think I was going for "whimsical" and got more "potential flasher" here..

I love how my cardigan with its little gold beads matches my new gold studded shoes!


Cardigan - Topshop / Dress - Primark / Tights - New Look / Shoes - New Look / Bracelets - Primark.

16 comments

  1. Alan Rickman was my favourite as Absolum. So god damn awesome.

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  2. Love your outfit, very Alice-esque! I've still not seen the film, I've been a bit put off by all the bad reviews! Funnily enough, my friend writes for a film website and when she reviewed Alice, she also thought HBC was too much like Queenie from Blackadder!
    By the way, thanks for linking to my blog in your tattoo post! xxx

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  3. i love how you dressed up for the movie.

    i usually wear a bib... extra precautions for all that extra butter.

    www.SeekingDirtyHairHalo.blogspot.com

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  4. I loved the movie, too! And your outfit is so cute :)

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  5. I love your outfit! It's very Alice! The dress is amazing. I love the style.

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  6. I love Alice in Wonderland too ! I think it was such a lovely movie , so magical ! And oh my your outfit is so cute ! I love the colors , everything just looks so perfect :D

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  7. I LOVE that dress and how you've styled it.

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  8. I love that outfit. It looks so lovely and spring like!

    I've now seen Alice in Wonderland twice and I think the 3D worked better second time round as you look at the scenery more and focus less on the story.

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  9. :O! That dress is AMAZING! I want! Actually. I will get. ASAP!

    I don't know, I didn't think the film was anywhere near as good as it could have been. Hmm... but johny depp. YUM!

    Sophie

    wearenotsnowflakes.blogspot.com

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  10. Oh wow, I adore this outfit! I can't believe your dress is from Primark, it's so lovely! I'm seeing Alice on Friday. I've recieved a lot of mixed reviews about it but I'm mostly there for the pure visual treat that is ALWAYS Tim Burton!!

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  11. This is totally cute. I love the colors!

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  12. I really enjoyed the movie. Visually, it's stunning, of course. I did feel it could have used a little more character development.

    Love the outfit. Want those heart tights!

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  13. wow i lurve your outfit, especially the dress :)

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  14. I love it! Havent seen the movie yet but Ive seen so many gals wearing alice outfits to see the movie that I think I want to do this too!!

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  15. Haven't seen the movie but you look very Alice!

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