Monday, June 10, 2013

Masquerade! {ClassyGarb + Product Review}

So, today I have a dual post for you! A hairstick review from Dryad's Hollow, and an outfit post!

 Yesterday, I went to my cousin's masquerade wedding. It was so much fun, and I got to wear a mask, and some people even wore costumes. It was really cool.

 This was the night before. I was practicing hairstyles. The blue things are the hairsticks. :)

 This was the day of the wedding. The hair had been like this for several hours already, so that's why it's a little fuzzy. 

A full view of my outfit.

The back.

Top half. 


Side view.

Side of my hair.

 Just a fun sibling picture.
What do you think?

Dress: Chadwick's. I got it at Good Will, can you believe it? (I love Good Will.)

Jacket: Jane Bryant. Another Good Will find. (The only problem I have with this is it's capped sleeves which makes me feel a little awkward at moments if I'm not careful. :P)

Shoes: Mootsies Tootsies. I believe I found these at Peebles.

Mask - Simplicity.

Hair sticks - Dryad's Hollow. Etsy shop.

Now, the hairsticks.
I loved the packaging. I thought it was really quite cute.

Inside the packaging. They're so pretty.


 The positives: They matched my dress, which I wasn't even thinking about when I picked them. They're pretty, and they held well in my hair. At least in the style I tried. 

The negatives: I have a couple of beefs with them. I don't know if the weight has anything to do with quality- they were light, but that wasn't my complaint. I felt they were a little too short for my hair. I've seen longer ones. I suppose they might work a little better with someone who has shorter hair then my almost two feet. A few styles I had trouble accomplishing because of the length of the hair stick. The second thing would be that the top part bends. I don't really know much about it, but yeah. 

 I'll definitely wear them again, at least in the style I wore them in because they held my hair quite well.

 I hope you enjoyed this outfit post and review! God bless!


  1. I love your mask! Masquerade-themed things look like a ton of fun. Great post.

  2. Thanks Leah! It was rather nice, and yes, it was so much fun!