Ever since I got this Reformation turtleneck I thought it needed a little school skirt, witchy boots and dark makeup to make a totally The Craft inspired look. What do you think, did I pull it of?

While figuring out this outfit, I conjured up images of Bonnie in her high turtleneck trying to cover up her scars. Plus a little little bit of school uniform. Because who how needs to get changed before hitting the local Witch store? And a little spot in the corner of the cemetary where I can draw the four corners and call forth Manon.

Considering, I love all things witchy how could I not draw on The Craft as inspiration! Next time I might add a leather jacket, dark floral maxi dress and a dark berry lip. My favourite character is Bonnie. She might become a little snarky (aren’t all teenage goths, though!) but I can’t help but love Neve Campbell. At the end of it all, you can’t go wrong with a look combining Nancy’s dark aesthetic, plus, Bonnie’s school girl look, a little of Rochelle’s bohemian twist and (a) Sarah.

“Hail to the guardians of the watchtowers of the North, by the powers of mother and earth. Hear us.”

How would you combined the Craft into a single look? It’s so hard because there are so many great aspects to it! I really want to hear your thoughts. Because I know I’ll soon be dying to try this look again myself.

I’m wearing a sustainable turtleneck from Reformation, a secondhand skirt from Depop (it’s an American Apparel tennis skirt rip off) and pointy cresant moon boots from Y.R.U. If you’re sick of seeing this boots, I’m sorry, but I love them to death! They have little see-through cresant moons on the toes.


1 Comment

  1. July 6, 2017 / 6:42 am

    I love this look! I think I would combine The Craft into a single look by wearing a plaid skirt, black lace-up platform booties, choker, and black crop top.

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