Obviously I was feeling a little Craft-y with my outfit post this week. I miss Fairuza Balk, how badass and nutty was she in The Craft? This movie kind of set the tone for how I would interpret gothic style for the rest of my life lol! I found this amazing burn out velvet fabric at the local SAS and squealed with delight at how much it reminded me of 90's goth gals! I made a new skirt from it for the shop and of course fell in love and decided to style it for the blog. The idea of goth or goth style has gone through so many phases from kitschy fetish wear to lacey vintage, to pastels mixed with dark undertones. This is more my speed, dramatic, but not like a tourist visiting gothville. Like, you will never find me in a plaid school girl skirt and knee high patent leather stiletto boots with weird ponytails and a mess of studded belts. I still see a lot of that around here, it's kind of like the "I'm a edgy goth girl" circa 1997 (all the bad of the 90s) uniform and I think it's sort of tragic- just not my cuppa tea. I'm pretty big on layering and textures with any look but definitely with all things gothy. I'm into the romance of it, and can you blame me? I spent a good portion of my teen years reading Anne Rice novels and smoking cloves. Born weirdo :)
Anyways I hope you enjoy this weeks look. I'm wearing MAC minerals on my eyeballs and lipglass on my lips.
Choker- I made it. I found the base at a fabric shop and just add on gems and pendants
Camisole- pretty standard cami, it's an old CandyStrike item
Cardi- my trusty falling apart cardi is thrifted and is probably not gonna make it through another winter
Wicked Maxi Skirt- available at my shop for 42.50
Boots- same boots I wear for like every outfit post lol!
Oh and I want to say THANK YOU to all the gals who participated in our True Faith Flash Sale!!! I'm overwhelmed annnd I have a lot of clothes to make so I'm going to get back to it!