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Hi! My name’s Sarah but I much prefer Sary. While perusing this blog you’ll see that I like pulling angry faces at the camera, talking about fashion (almost as much as I like wearing it) and I spend far too much time on the internet.
What is The Walrus Room?
This blog first began in 2011 as a spot to spread information on alternative subcultures, their history and up and coming events. It was a personal success. My aims were always for this blog to be more of a communal space to talk about alternative fashion, film and music amongst like-minded people.
But when I began writing about alternative subcultures for Rebel Circus, The Walrus Room turned in the direction of a personal style blog. Don’t worry! I’ll always be writing about alternative subcultures somewhere on the internet and you can always find me posting my favourite articles on my Facebook Fanpage.
Who Am I?
I’m an Australian, living in NSW currently undertaking two degrees in Creative Writing and English Literature. I’ve been into the Goth Subculture for several years and have been writing about alternative subcultures on this blog for most of my young life. Favourite music genres are Goth rock, classic eighties, Jazz, grunge, punk and more.
Writing and References
I occasionally write about veganism, alternative fashion and spiritualism on styleBizarre.
The Walrus Room has been featured on Outer Cross’ Top 21 Alternative Blogs to Follow, The Black Rose’s the Top 15 Unrivalled Goth Fashion Blogs of 2015, The Black Rose’s 20 Best Goth & Alternative Blogs of 2015. and has had mentions in Gothic Clothing Shop’s Five Essentials for Every Goth and styleBizarre’s New Years Resolutions ideas (with an Edge).
As well as this some of our posts have been featured on the International Fashion Blogger’s (IFB) Weekly Roundup. You can see them here.
As well as writing for other websites Sarah adores working with the brands she respects and would actually wear in everyday life. Some of these brands include Kate’s Clothing, Metalhead Jewellery, Birds N Bones Jewellery and The Black Garden Clothing Store, along with many more book and band reviews like Tom Hammock’s Will O’ the Wisp graphic novel.