Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Outfit post:dusting off the wardrobe cobwebs

Way back when I stopped dressing goth, I purchased a tunic top or sweater shirt or whatever the hell you want to call it from a mainstream store. I never donated it to charity and it just sat in my dresser for years until very recently. I think one of the reasons why I didn't wear this top was because I was self conscious. I gained a lot of weight and I thought I looked like a sack of potatoes. The shirt itself is rather plain but sometimes those are the best kinds of clothing anyone can have because you can accessorize the shit out of it!

Goth

Post Punk

And just for fun, here it is from 2012! If I remember correctly, I came back to Goth in 2011 although I never really stopped listening to the music so I think this was about a year or so I started dressing Goth again. Despite dressing "normal" there were always some Goth undertones present.



8 comments:

  1. Wow, you look great in this!! The boots and the belt definitely add some sassy sex appeal ;)

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  2. Love this! I'm biased-plain black things with accessories is pretty much my uniform. Always satisfyingly rediscovering an old item!

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  3. I like the belt! You definitely don’t look like a sack of potatoes now, oooh La la! :p

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  4. I like the trad goth aesthetic.
    You prove dms go with any outfit.

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  5. The silver buckled belt looks spectacular with it and the little sleeves show off your tats to perfection!

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  6. Oooooooooooooooo! And that's all I could come up with. XD

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  7. Goth? Or Not Goth (Mundane, Main-stream or Normal) whatever you choose to call it. Last year I bought a shirt from a charity shop whilst away for the weekend. A friend, an elderly lady asked if it was a Goth`s shirt? A said “It is when it`s on me” My point is, it`s the person inside that counts. But I like your top anyway.

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  8. You look gorgeous as always dear Sylvie!!! ❤

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