Black Boxy Crop | Crushed-Velvet Shorts | Black Boat-neck Crop
The PVC skirt is the star of this haul. It’s something I’ve been obsessing over ever since Good Morning Angel posted an amazing outfit in the pink version back a whole ago. Sure the PVC trend was huge and now it’s over, but I still want to challenge myself to experiment out of my comfort zone. Which is exactly what this skirt entails.
I’ve been wanting a pair of eighties style sunglasses (The ones I bought are here, they’re not shown above and apparently are sold out. I must have snagged the last pair.)
for a while, in the hopes they’ll magically transform me into Robert
Smith or some other eighties bad-ass. At the same time I loose them all
the time so I didn’t want anything super expensive, summer is already
ruining my life, I wanted something UV protected and I needed to get
above thirty dollars for free shipping on ASOS.
The mass amount of blouses are due to summer’s impending doom where I worry that I’ll have nothing to wear when it’s too hot for cardigans. Hence why each of them have sleeves. The black ASOS crop tops I picked up in their seventy percent off sale. They’re perfect basics. The plaid shirt will be great for winter and I can roll the sleeves up on cooler summer days and wear it as a jacket-thing. The white billowy blouse reminded me of beat poets so I had to have it. I’ll be removing the random collar accents and probably rocking it with the kick-ass black crushed-velvet (Yes, I know everyone hates crushed velvet) knicker shorts.
I suppose this post turned less into a Goth-in-a-Box kit than a in depth guide to how I
attempt to prepare for summer heat with the occasional testament to my love of eighties films and beat poets/poet-blouses. What do you think? Are you preparing for the harsh reality of winter up there in that northern part of the world? Or more importantly what’s inspiring you?