Holyshit! I’ve been waiting for a collection like this for so long. My love of kinderwhore style and Courtney Love is still strong. So when the lovely Nathaly Blue (formerly Lis Nathaly) tagged me in a preview of this collection on Instagram, I could hardly sleep afterwards. Well, actually, I slept fine. But my dreams were filled with ruffled baby doll dresses and bleach blonde hair. Perhaps you’ve guessed it from my recent Tunnel Vision Spotlight, I’m not over the nineties look. Rather, suddenly I’ve become quite obsessed with it. Plus, a lot of these pieces have a great goth vibe. They skimped a bit on the velvet for my liking, but I feel like these are unique and interesting pieces that I would actually wear in everyday life. How about you? Does this collection make all your dreams come true too? Have you been waiting for a Kinderwhore comeback? I hope this is the moment that starts a baby-doll prom dress and Maryjane trend. The collection hits the Nasty Gal website on January 14th, and gosh-damn, you know I’ll be waiting! All images are collection preview images by Nasty Gal found VIA Refinery29.



  1. January 11, 2016 / 9:53 pm

    Lol I have a post on this scheduled for Thursday

  2. January 11, 2016 / 11:10 pm

    Courtney Love accidentally hit me in the head with a doll leg circa 1994. Ah *happy sigh*. I will always love a babydoll dress.

    • January 11, 2016 / 11:15 pm

      That is probably the coolest thing I've ever heard!

  3. January 12, 2016 / 1:14 am

    ughh <3 that crop top is on my wishlist, together with the long sleeve lace maxi dress and that other crop top (both that are not pictured here) so. much. want.
    and yes more velvet would have been prefferable but still

  4. January 12, 2016 / 3:29 am

    I love satin nightie type dresses as slips, they are always really comfy and sit really well under dresses! I do like Courtney's style but it's not something I think I would dare to wear!

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