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Dressing as Denmark at Eurovision (or Switzerland, or Netherlands)













 


Absolutely 100% congratulations to Denmark at this year's Eurovision. It is thanks to you I had an excuse to be a little more tipsy than usual. And might have a cheeky trip to Copenhagen next year. 

As usual I decided my country a little bit in advanced. For me picking a country for Eurovision (or any other fancy dress costume) is just sometimes about what feels right and in about February I set my eyes on Denmark - long before they were tipped to win.

This costume was bought from Jokers Masquerade which is where I get a lot of my costumes from. I was a bit apprehensive about picking this for Denmark as it is a actually a Heidi costume so would have been more suited if I had picked Switzerland but I thought it looked similar enough to some traditional Danish costumes I had Googled. The bouncer at ABC thought I was Dutch though so I suppose it is quite a versatile costume. ;)

The shoes are my default going out shoe from New Look and the Carlsberg comes courtesy of everyone's favourite British supermarket Tesco.

Did you dress up for Eurovision this year?

  Morag
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  1. When I was in Holland I saw a few people go about their everyday life dressed like this, I reckon you should give it a shot!

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    1. When we went out at night I was the only one still dressed up and I got some weird looks :P

      The Netherlands is on my bucket list though so might just take it with me :P

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  2. I'd wear the skirt segment of this as just a skirt! x

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