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How I Looked: Eurovision Goddess

Greece fancy dress: Jokers Masquerade*
Sandals: New Look
Nails: Barry M Mushroom

As you are probably aware Saturday was Eurovision and if you read my blog on the regular you'll be more than aware that Eurovision gets me in an excited tussle! I had decided on Greece as my country ages ago simply so I would have an excuse to munch on far too much feta cheese (only second to Halloumi cheese). Mid-April Jokers Masquerade contacted me asking if I would like a free fancy dress costume and obviously I jumped at the chance to get an awesome outfit and save some pennies! 

As I already knew I wanted to go as Greece I ran through their Greek and Roman Costumes immediately (though I still gave their Viking, Roman, Moulin Rouge and general world costumes selections a look). But coming across this fancy Greek dress costume I was sold. Admittedly £31.99 is a bit more than I would usually pay for a fancy dress costume unless it was a last minute one in the shops on Halloween itself. If it had been my own money I would have settled on another dress which retails at just under £20.

This was however by far one of the best quality fancy dress costumes I have ever worn (and anyone who wears fancy dress often knows that quality isn't always synonymous with fancy dress costumes). I got a load of compliments when I arrived and all night with one of my friends constantly stroking the material! I also swished around my flat wearing it for about 20 minutes when it first arrived! But had to take it off to go to the library! Boo! 

And I'm sorry but I like to keep all my fancy dress costumes as mementoes so I won't be putting it on eBay. Bet you're well gutted. This Greece fancy dress is all mine! 

Morag x

* As with all asterixes in blog land it is confirmation that I did not pay for this. I got the costume for free but have received no money to do this review. I am currently in the process of redesigning my blog and a full disclaimer will be added.
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  1. oh how nifty! i love reading up on greek mythology, it's actually one of my hobbies.
    in america, the college frat houses (not sure if you have those at the universities in england?) have toga parties, where everyone dresses up "greek." they're really fun -- you drape a bed sheet over your body, drink tons of beer, and yell "TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! TOGA!"
    i can't get over how beautiful your hair is - ha ha!


  2. Haha love this!! We all went to my friend's house for Eurovision but we were very boring and didnt dress up! :(


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