How cool is this varsity jacket? I’ve always wanted one since they became super trendy a while back, but I’m glad I held out for one that fits my more spooky sensibilities. It’s super comfortable, warm with a nice fluffy lining, oversized and vegan. Not to mention I looked into the company that creates the jackets that are then printed to resell at Black Altar and they’re ethically friendly!
Oh, and what do you think of this beanie? It has the Sigil of Lucifer on it, but I’m more wary of the fact that hats never look quite right on me.
Speaking of sigils and symbolism, when I wore this for the first time I was given a lot of flack for wearing “satanist” clothing (ahem: occult style clothing). What do you think? It was a huge trend a year ago to wear this style of occult symbolism. Do you still rock it? Would you ever rock it?
The occult never gets old to me (you may be able to tell that from the palmistry tattoos on my fingers), and I feel that it will always be relevant to Goth style. Whether it’s bold symbolism such as the sigil of Lucifer or a palmistry print, I know I’ll always be wearing it – I wear my t-shirts from Black Craft Cult at least once a week – and I’ll keep on decorating my home with it!
I’m wearing a Led Zeppelin shirt from Kmart, plaid skirt is by Tripp VIA Gypsy Warrior, belt from Boohoo.com, boots from Kmart and, beanie and varsity jacket from Black Altar Clothing.