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« on: October 26, 2005 12:12:00 PM »

My husband and I have decided that even though we don't have anywhere to go, we're going to have to dress up as Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 from Get Smart, in honor of Don Adams' death a couple of weeks ago.  His costume will be easy as hell...black suit, black tie, shoe phone...

I'm a little concerned about mine, though.  First of all, I'm pregnant...not showing much, but enough that a black catsuit would look funny.  Does anybody have any ideas for what I could do?  I'm not really looking for obvious...after all, nobody's going to know what we are right off the bat, but anything that's just really sixties like that?  Any and all suggestions welcome...

Also, my husband wants to go all out and dye his hair black, but he's concerned about the color not washing out (his natural color is sort of a dirty blonde).  Any suggestions there?

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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2005 05:50:17 AM »

I'd be wary of anything black on blonde--even if it's supposed to be temporary, blonde hair takes color very easily (though I feel like mine doesn't hold color for very long!)

For pregnant but not showing much Agent 99, I'd make a cute mod-style white sleeveless shift with big semi-circle patch pockets.  They weren't so fitted in the 60s, more like a tube, so your belly won't show much.  Bonus if you have white go go boots!

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