As most of you must know by now, one of the most popular shows on TV is Glee. Glee chronicles the adventures of a high school glee club and their challenges, triumphs etc. interspersed with life lessons and most wonderfully, vintage songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s as well as current hits. I could never understand why Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" or Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" became so popular among my high school students until I started watching Glee. It is the only show that really makes me feel good after watching it. It is like watching those old musicals from the 50s. The great thing is that each character on Glee has a definitive fashion look that I have tried to mash up with our own Witchery Vintage clothing. The meaning of the term, “mash-up,” is described as what happens “when you take two songs and mash them together to make an even richer explosion of musical expression.” In other words, two songs that might not initially seem to belong together are blended, the process of which reveals unexpected connections between the songs and might even yield an even stronger work than either one is on its own.
Well, the Witchery Vintage has done just that! Even though some of the clothes may not be an exact match, the unexpected connections that it makes to the Glee character and to one's own unique tastes creates an even stronger look all its own! Enjoy!
Steampunk Army 1960s suit from the Witchery Vintage.
the Peach Queen prom dress on Etsy on sale now.
Vampire's Kiss especially in a Twilight type episode!
Night at The Museum
Bleu Nuit shirtdress is available now.
Nautical Sailor Dress for $42 as a fair compromise. Think Sue would approve?
vintage red plaid skirt called Boston Common from the Witchery Vintage.
called Betty visits Venice from the 1960s and named for Betty Draper from Mad Men would look absolutely gorgeous on her. Even without the orange piping, this dress offers up alot of similarities in the beauty of Quinn and vintage dressing.
Calinfornia Dreamin because it inspires and reflects all that she is.
Well, I hope you have enjoyed this little ode to Glee from the Witchery Vintage and hope to do more mash ups in the future. Megan is also very excited because as her Grade 8 Graduation gift, she and I are going to see Glee Live in Toronto in June! Fun and fashion!