Seeing as no self-respecting Arts student has class on Fridays, we go all out on Thursday nights for a post-torturous week bonding session. This involves several hours of a group of very like-minded people agreeing with each other quite vehemently about an array of subjects over pints of cider. For this reason, we have termed the group that meets on Thursdays “The Mutual Appreciation Society”. It is exactly that.
Part of our like-mindedness comes from our snappy dressing, so I now present to you some excellent snapshots of our stylish rendezvous this week. We went to “The Courthouse” in Newtown, but then ventured up Enmore Rd to visit “The Green Room Lounge”, which is a delightful 50s bar.
It seems that the crowds are yet to discover “The Green Room Lounge”; it was curiously empty for a Thursday night, which is saddening. The decor is entirely 50s in that pleasant mid-century modern style, and it’s all very calming when you settle down on one of the sofas in the dim lighting. At the far end of the room old movies are screening with subtitles on an endless loop. While we were there “Annie” played, and then “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. Everything was so old-fashioned! The cocktails were also fabulous, with an extensive list stapled into a faux-movie program. I want to make this place our haunt.
I wore an extravagant outfit to uni this day. I braved a particularly poofy petticoat, which confused some passersby not used to dodging prominent skirts. The top I wore with this outfit is also deceiving – ’tis a dress! I’m a sly one. Here are the details:
Dress/Top – “Betty Page Clothing”, bought at “Faster Pussycat” in Newtown, Sydney
Skirt – vintage 50s, bought in Portland, Oregon
Belt – Alannah Hill
Hair flowers – Sportsgirl
Here we have the rather splendid Jesse, who was inspiring me with her pants ensemble – I’m not brave enough for pants yet (it’s been a few years). In this photo (check out the furniture in the bar!) she has donned Nick’s amazing bomber jacket, of which I am terribly envious.