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OOTD - Halloween @ The Warehouse Project

Happy Halloween everyone!

This year I decided to ditch the pumpkins & cauldrons and opted for something more gruesome. More on the scary stuff later on in the post!

So last night I went to the Warehouse Project (WHP) to see a load of electro indie bands including Delphic who were the headline act.

I knew it would get pretty hot in there, the tickets were sold out! And I was aiming to be riight at the front, heh! So I digged out something pretty floaty and airy from my overflowing wardrobe to keep me as cool as I can be.

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Sheer oversized pussybow lilac floral blouse - Topshop
Basic black bodycon (underneath to mantain my dignity) - H & M
Leggings - Primark
Turquoise Toywatch

I am seriously in love with this blouse, too much. No wonder it was completely sold out in stores & online. It's incredibly wearable. Pair it with leggings or to bring it all together, wear a slim belt around the waist. Ahh, love.

Onto Halloween

Okay, strictly speaking, today is Halloween. However, last night, the WHP was from 9pm to 4am so technically after midnight it's officially Halloween, muhuhahaha.

Here's Me & the boy after our bloodthirsty binge:

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Srsly, how realistic does this look? The bouncers outside the WHP weren't sure wether it was real or not, ahaha!

Once inside, we did get a few people come up to us asking if we'd been in a fight, result! Most of the people I met were super friendly and the whole of the venue had a pretty good vibe. And yes, I did make my way right down to the front. However, one did get crushed. My ribs are feeling it today. Oww.

The highlight of the event was definitely Fenech-Soler. Even though I specifically went for Delphic, these guys really stole the show. To be honest, I wasn't really expecting anything particularly mind-blowing. Generally the perception of warm-up bands send majority of folk to snoozeville, but in this case, I couldn't be more wrong! They completely blew the roof off the place! With their eclectic dance moves and dirty, filthy electro synths, they stole my heart. And I probably won't get it back now.


I snuck home at the respactable time of 3.30am. What a mess.

 Halima
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