“Yeah but John: when the Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don’t eat the tourists.”
There are no words to properly describe how excited I was when I first saw this trailer announcing that Jurassic Park would be rereleased in theatres for its 20th anniversary. I don’t even care that it’s in 3D. You can bet your butt that I will be going today. This film was my childhood. Obviously, I had to do a post for today. It’s even a two-for-one! Y’all excited yet?
Black Pants: Max Studio
Button Down: Guess
Accessories: Multiple places, including Fossil
Black/Turquoise Heels: D&G for Dolce and Gabbana
For the ever fabulous Ian Malcolm, the colour palette was simple: black, black, and more black. The other bit of Malcolm’s fashion sense I kept in mind was his inability to keep his shirt buttoned so plunging neckline it is!
Dr. Alan Grant
My choices for Dr. Grant went a bit on the literal side although I promise that the safari hat was just for fun! It was mostly a matter of looking at his style and transferring it to something more fashiony that definitely wouldn’t be found in a archaeological dig. I’ve never been on one myself but something tells me that stiletto boots aren’t ideal for digging in the dirt.
Blue Shirt: Max Studio
White Cami: H&M
Red Neck Tie: Coach
Khaki Skirt/Belt: United Colors of Benetton
Boots: Michael Kors
Bracelet/Earrings: Aldo Coggiola