Are you ready for Wrinkle In Time? I had a chance to screen this movie earlier this week and I was glued to the screen poring over the hair, costumes, makeup and more. The movie is visually stunning, with extravagant wigs, intricate detailing and each costume filled with character. Sadly, I find the actual story of Wrinkle in Time to be dreadfully boring, despite its wholesome and uplifting concepts. Disney took these worthwhile concepts and enhanced them with striking visuals meant to entertain. Women of different colors represent the ethereal beings of the Universe, which is a wonderful use of casting. Storm, who plays Meg is strong and explorative in her young character, but I instantly fell in love with Reese Witherspoon as Mrs. Whatsit with her playful nature:
I wanted to Disneybound a character from this film, much like I did with Black Panther, and Mrs. Whatsit drew me in! Though her costumes are one of a kind, and extremely hard to replicate, this couture look should find her character wholly present! This Mrs. Whatsit Disneybound is calling for you to tesser to another time and dimension! And speaking of tesser-ing gloriously, check out my Meg Disneybound at the bottom of the post!
Mrs. Whatsit Disneybound
I couldn’t get away with Disneybounding another character, Meg. This Meg Disneybound is much more grounded in modern fashion, featuring items you most likely have in your own closet! I know I used to own pink Adidas just like the ones Meg wears in the movie!