When I first laid out this outfit, I imagined that it'd be much more gauzy and gothic. The concept of a leather, velvet, and transparent robe triforce seems witchy... like maybe a Stevie Nicks stage costume. But when I paired the fundamentals (skirt, corset top, see-through shawl) with accessories better suited for a fancy dinner than rock concert, I ended up with this. Dressy party-wear for one of those events where everybody eats expensive cheese and talks about film noir. Don't get me wrong, I love me some brie, but my ideal affair is a tad darker... some witch house band playing a live set while everybody takes pictures of each other and eats barbecue potato chips.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Hat - Secondhand
Glasses - 80s Purple, www.80spurple.com
Necklaces - Chanel
Robe - www.net-a-porter.com
Corset top - NATIVE HEART, www.nativeheart.bigcartel.com
Skirt - YES STYLE, www.yesstyle.com
Belt - Brighton
Heels - ROMWE, www.romwe.com
Bag - Michael Kors
I don't treat myself to new shoes too often (J FREAKIN K) but when I do, sometimes I value novelty over practicality. Not in this case. These black sandals with a thick heel are the perfect departure from my more traditional black stiletto pumps. Glad to have something a little more casual to pair with or without socks.
Everything is infinite,