Corset Care for the Corset Enthusiast

This is in response to this weeks poll of the week on corset storage. It was lovely hearing all of your opinions. I was cleaning out my closet today and decided  I need a better place to store my corsets. I usually lay them flat on my key board (not computer key board!) and let them stay there. But as time goes I lay jackets and petticoats on top of…

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DIY Tutorial: Victorian Cuffs

After reading Kamyria Magdalena Mourn‘s post on her creation of her lovely arm warmers here I was inspired to start some of my own heavily modified, of course, version. Just in time for Sophisticated Noir’s Monthly theme posts! I hope you enjoy. It’s a very simple tutorial, I’m very lazy, so nearly anyone can follow along and modify it as they please. You will need: -Some type of lace or…

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Freshly Greened Hair

This is what it looks like after an hour of air drying. Though it’s way shinier in person. :3 I think it suits me very well!

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Green Hair: Part 1

 I dyed part of my hair green today. This is how it happened! I began with blonde hair. My brown hair was tied in a gentle bun.  I sectioned off part of the blonde lengths and the bottom layer of my fringe. This is an up close of the actual Electric Lizard Green by Manic Panic. I hardly used any of this, so I can still use it for my…

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Top Ten Favourite Movies

Not in order of preference. Harold and Maude (1971) Harold and Maude is an amazing movie about a twenty year old Harold who is obsessed with the morbid. He attends funerals for fun, loves to pose himself death for his mother to find and drives a hearse. Though his mother is persistent to find him someone to date to make him happier. Instead he meets Maude who turns his world…

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Signs You May No Longer Be a Baby-Bat

You do not let colour define you. I’m not saying that only baby-bats wear completely black because that’s far from true! I’m saying that if you want to wear a pink shirt with your ripped stockings and boots one day, you wont have that little voice inside your head saying, “Oh, but that isn’t Goth.” because when it comes down to it, we all know that Goth fashion is what…

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Friday Cover – The Dresden Dolls

A friend of facebook a while ago posted a link to a video of The Dresden Dolls cover of Rebecca Blacks song Friday. The song is written in the perspective of a truck stop hooker. I thought, considering I hate the original song with a passion for personal reasons, I would post it for all of you. This is the best version I could find that isn’t completely shaky with…

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Five Very Un-Goth Things About Me.

This is a post I’ve been meaning to finish for a while. As of late I’ve been very busy, mainly because school started up this week and I’m almost officially in year twelve. It’s very frightening and I’ve been lacking motivation, horribly, so it generally takes me hours to complete simple task. Well, maybe not hours. I’ve kind of been putting out all of my extremely lazy posts and ignoring…

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Manic Panic: Electric Lizzard

Well, I spoke briefly about this a while ago. I’m growing out my blonde and bleaching another part of my hair Electric Lizzard Green! Of course this wont be happening for some weeks, my hair is in a horrible condition and I should leave it alone for a month or so. Here are some pictures of the Manic Panic case: I’ll be sure to provide great details on how it…

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Monthly Theme Post: Lace

Lace, it’s something I have a lot of, it’s not all very good quality but this is a post I can actually do none the less. I was going to do the boot’s theme but unfortunately my camera batteries decided to run low. This is an outfit I pulled together a week ago, specifically for this challenge and personally it is not completely my best. I wasn’t wearing any make…

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Mary Nine: An Alternative Interview

Mary Nine – Used with permission Between work, full time school and making videos Mary Nine, of Industrial Dancing you-tube channel: maryquitecontraryy, was able to be interviewed by myself. Mary industrial-dances in her own style, is a part of the LA industrial scene and more importantly is a strong believer in art and expressing one’s self, which I completely agree with. I was intrigued to find out more about the…

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