Finally Day Thirty-One arrived, and wasn’t it great the way it brought Halloween with it? The perfect theme for a frock extravaganza. I popped on a sugar skull-decorated Hell Bunny frock that I first wore for my cousin Tav’s wedding. I accessorised with a brightly (and newly) painted wall down in Werribee.
In the evening I switched into my final Frocktober frock for 2015.
Don’t ask me who I was dressed as. I was just dressing and face painting for fun. I didn’t want this gold sparkly number, or my black petticoat, to miss out on Frocktober, so I put them on together (even though they don’t go together). My little ghoul was dressing up for Halloween too:
But she wouldn’t let me paint anything more than two scars on her face, so I had to let my inner face painter loose on my own face.
As you can see, among those mates was a fabulous frocker – the wonderful Anna, who has also put in an awesome effort for Frocktober. It was the perfect way to end the month, side-by-side with my frock sister.
As I sprinted to the finish line for Frocktober, so did my generous donors. Thank you to Bethia, Mum and Dad, and the Mini Photographer and Ginger Photographer.
I’ll be back for a round up of the whole month soon. For now, Happy Halloween, frockers. And thank you for supporting the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.