Fashion Inspired by Harry Potter books and movies - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneAug 1, 2013
About Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone:If you haven't read the book (which you should!) here's a (very) brief summary (I don't wanna spoil it for you!) - Harry Potter, a young boy of 11 who lives a miserable life with his aunt, uncle, and spoiled cousin, Dudley, receives a mysterious letter from Hogwarts, a school claiming to be a school of witchcraft and wizardry. At his arrival, Harry encounters wonderful things he never dreamed existed - fascinating magical creatures, a cloak of invisibility, aerial sports, and for the first time in his life, many wonderful friends.
Outfit 1 - The Letters From No One
I wanted to keep this outfit simple, making sure nothing looked too polished or put together. I started off with an over-sized plaid dress to represent Harry's clothing and paired it off with some generic gray tights and simple pumps. To finish the look, I added an envelope clutch and an owl necklace to embody the Hogwarts letters delivered by owl.
Outfit 2 - The Journey from Platform nine and three quartersPlatform 9 3/4 and sees the Hogwarts Express for the very first time. The train leaves King's Cross Station on September 1st at exactly 11 o'clock in the morning and arrives at Hogsmeade each year. Here Harry first meets his soon-to-be-friends Ron, Hermione, Neville, Fred, and George as well as his enemy, Malfoy.
Unlike the first outfit, I wanted this one to look prim and proper. The Hogwarts Express is truly a magnificent train - grand, majestic, and always on time. I started off with a classic, prim black dress, ink mary-janes, and a shiny red satchel to represent the colors and simple beauty of the train. I accessorized by adding a classy pair of black gloves, and a train-pendant necklace.
Outfit 3 - The Mirror of Erised
Outfit 4 - Wizard's Chess
Outfit 5 - The Sorcerer's Stone