Saturday, 7 November 2015

Review: Misfortune Cookies.

I was lucky enough to win some Misfortune Cookies in a giveaway from Gallery Serpentine.

If you don't know the Gallery, it is an Australian fashion store with loads of beautiful Gothic, Steampunk and Victorian clothes, most of them made by the store's owner. If you are not in Sydney, you can check out their online store.

I picked up my Misfortune cookies on the day I went down to the Sydney Gothic picnic. There are a few pictures of lovely people at the picnic enjoying the cookies.

Misfortune cookies are shaped like normal Fortune Cookies only they are black, and have rather unpleasant fortunes in them. They actually have a really nice flavour, definitely worth grabbing for your next party!


The awesome Stephanie Grim modelling for Misfortune Cookies.


Me with my Misfortune Cookies. The dress is by Folter.









Thank you Gallery Serpentine!

8 comments:

  1. Hilarious concept! And you look super cute in the photos. ^_^

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  2. What an awesome idea - dark fortune cookies. LOL

    And you look adorable - you really suit little white collars! I was going to say like a naughty schoolgirl, but I think that has unpleasant connotations so that's not what I mean exactly. I should just shut up now before I make things any worse... ;)

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  3. I would love the misfortune cookies for the box alone! Awesome. ♥

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  4. I'm always happy when I get my paws on some of these misfortune cookies! But the misfortunes never really happened, so I doubt their predicitve power... ^^

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  5. Have to agree on the flavor *says while opening another one*.

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