The weather is cooling off, and darklings alike are able to bust out and wear the truly staple pieces we've all come to feel are crucial parts of our gothic look...
On this beautiful and cool day, I shall introduce a new part of my gothic fashion files: The Skeleton Closet. Where I get to display my clothing without the bothers of hot weather in mind.
A couple of days ago (a little late, I know, but luckily I had taken the photos with this post in mind), my hubby and I were asked by a friend of his to volunteer to drink for the new police to put their intuitions as well as knowledge to the test. Each of us had to drink to the legal limit and then lie about how much we had. It only took me one and a half drinks to reach that limit; size and height, haha! Good thing I'm not much of a drinker even on a social level, as I'm not wholly social either heh.
I decided I wouldn't go all out on the goth because I would be surrounded by conservative townsfolk and police. My look consisted of all thrift and store bought articles. The sandals really don't go, but I needed something stable to walk with; the choice of foot wear really bugs me, but I had no choice in this regard... otherwise I would've worn my new shoes or similar. This look will easily translate in the office I feel-- I just needed to add stockings and some flats to complete the corp goth look.
Top: Suzy Shier
Necklace: flea market