The fab 40’s have gone gothic. This was a lot of fun and very nostalgic for me. I did my undergraduate studies at the New York University, which sits smack in the East Village, and a lot of their style influences rubbed off on me during my studies there.
I wore the Dr. Mateens, the dark makeup, had several piercings, and wore hats galore. In fact, the east village is where I picked up quite a few of my cherished fedoras.
Helping us get our goth on this month is the ever so gorgeous, Gracie from Fashion for Giants. Just wait until you see how graceful she looks in goth. Thank you gracie for gracing us with your beautiful presence. It was such a pleasure.
| Pants: Zara | Jacket: Free People | Hat: East Village, NY | Shoes: Sam Edelman | Bag: Jcrew |
Goodness. Doesn’t Gracie of Fashion for Giants
look gorgeous. Her outfit is perfect from head to toe.
| Dress: Thrifted Vintage | Sweater: Piperlime | Necklace: Old Navy | Earrings: Gifted Vintage | Boots: Splendid |
Dawn Lucy of Fashion Should Be Fun
is giving some serious blond Morticia Addams (The Addams Family) vibes
|Dress: Old Navy | Jacket: Karen Kane | Boots: Aerosoles | Clutch, Necklace & Earrings: Vintage (Thrifted) |
Jane from My Midlife Fashion
is always on point. In everything Zara. She looks like everything.
| Everything Zara |
Anne from Kremb De La Kremb
is should a fashion risk taker. I love it. She pulled no punches, and went full throttle on the holloween gear. And she does it with such confidence and need I say, style.
| Septum Ring: Beverly Island, Causeway Bay | Black Ribbon: Jardines Bazaar | Top, Skirt & Knee Highs: Forever 21 | Fox Clutch: Salvation Army, Hong Kong | Tread Boots: Beverly Island, Causeway Bay |
Sheela Goh of Sheela Writes
is seriously gorgeous in gothic. Now she is the brunette Morticia Addams.
| Cape: thrifted | Sweater Dress with Lace Skirt: Forever 21 | Boots: Bakers | Raven Skull Ring & Cuff: Alchemy of England | Lipstick: Transylvania from Nyx |