Monday, October 31, 2011

PLASTIC SURGEON

Happy Halloween, everybody!! I can only pray that you're hoarding Reeses Cups in your air passages, suffocating from milk chocolate overkill and choking on your own drool as you crave another Kit-Kat wafer. And in the spirit of the season, you should have already gained as much weight as I have (9 lbs) otherwise you're not properly celebrating the holiday. Or life in general, really. Although I don't have any cool Halloween parties to attend and won't be so privileged to trick or treat in my neighborhood (I live in a high-rise condo!) I did NOT pass up the opportunity to create a novel costume. I'm a sucker for puns but gag at the sight of cliches and store-bought costumes. So, I designed my own ensemble and from very basic materials constructed this Gaga inspired get-up. I'm a plastic surgeon. But... literally. I'm made of plastic!








I fashioned a translucent bubble skirt tutu out of clear bags my mom used to store wrapping paper. The top half is a blouse underneath two more strips of see-through stuffing, held together by ANOTHER plastic bag, twisted into a minimal belt. The cap was simple; I grabbed a few sheets of paper and googled "how to make a nurse's hat from scratch." Fifteen minutes and one red sharpie later... voila! It's not Party City quality, but it photographed well-enough. I might give the impression of being a perfectionist, but secretly, I'm not. I'll take whatever route takes me to the most amount of peanut butter cups in the least amount of time. I think economists call that theory "efficiency." I call it *recites something catty enough to be published on a Cafe Press t-shirt about chocolate and menopause* #antihumor





Lastly, PLEASE vote for me in this DIY Halloween costume competition sponsored by American Apparel and SPOOKBOOK.nu! All you have to do is hype me on Lookbook. I am forever indebted to your generosity. Peace and love to all of your precious souls tonight and remember this... if it ain't Hershey's, it ain't happenin!


Everything is infinite,

Bebe Zeva

46 comments:

  1. You make one sultry and demure nurse. Happy Halloween!

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  2. OMG! your costume is so cool! <3
    You did an amazing job ;)
    xoxo,
    Alona

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  3. HYPED! good luck for the comeptition x

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  4. this is AMAZING! definitely better than my attempts :)
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    xx

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  5. amazing costume! love the eye makeup

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  6. I will hype you girl, this is amazing, I love the plastic bag skirt! You look gorgeous x

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  7. haha plastic surgeon! that is funny!

    happy halloween,
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  8. Ahhh so clever!
    -x

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  9. I couldn't even tell it was plastic in the first costumes. Oh, aren't you clever! Enjoy the candy!

    P.S. Your legs are amazing, and I'm officially jealous.

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  10. i love this outfit! i was thinking about how much i wanted that skirt and then realised it was made of plastic wrap! totally blown away! how do you make plastic wrap look that good?

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  11. OMGOD DUDE....I LOOOOVE YOUR CUSTOM!!!
    I LOOOVE HOW YOU CONSTRUCTED THE PLASTIC INTO A SHORTISH DRESS!!! SOOO PRETTY! YOU'RE SOOO CREATIVE!!!

    Hyped you!!!

    -Eliza :) Happppy halloweeen!

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  12. Ha! I feel like your blog posts have gotten more cynical lately, and I am loving it.

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  13. this is a great halloween outfit, so cute. i am loving the new header at the top too.

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  14. i thought you were a nurse.

    but then, the plastic...hah

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  15. OMG this costume is so perfect!!!! Great!
    xoxo

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  16. at first sight a very attractive ghost one would be quite happy to encounter <3:-E ... although not being so much confident in medical business ;)

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  17. Love the outfit. Happy Halloween.

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