You can thank Fatshion February for the fact that I got all Goth-ed up instead of wearing sweatpants to watch the Puppy Bowl. (Although I do love my leopard and pink leopard fuzzy sweatpants, so you’ll probably see them sometime this month.)
These boots…I love these boots. I’ve had them since I was 15, which makes them 12 years old now. They’re less comfortable than they used to be–and my life involves a lot more walking than it did in high school–so I only wear them around the house now. But I still love the hell out of them.
I got this vaguely tutu-esque skirt from Sealed With a Kiss. I had bought a lace peplum top from them, but while it looked white in the picture, it was actually a much darker shade of beige, which didn’t do it for me. I could only return it for store credit, so I ended up getting this skirt once it went on sale. It’s not the same as a real, fluffy, gothy tutu, but it’s still pretty cool. And like the blazer, it can double as business-casual wear.
I used to have so much Goth jewelry–including a wonderful cameo necklace from Target, and a Victorian-esque choker from Hot Topic. But sadly, most of it has broken over time. Curse you, cheap jewelry.
Yes, this blazer has pockets! They’re a bit awkwardly placed, but still useful.
I have a longstanding love affair with roses, in any form.
I got the bracelet with the key charms in Israel when I went on Birthright six years ago. The beads used to be iridescent, but unfortunately they’ve lost most of their shimmer.
…And then I came inside to warm up and get hydrated. It’s important to have cups that match your outfit, right?