My friends and I headed to the dark alternative club downstairs at the Imperial, called the Foundry – you may remember I wore a gothic curly updo to the Foundry launch night in November last year. Back then I used a curly hairpiece I bought in Tokyo at the Shinjuku Marui One store. This time I stuck with my own hair, but teased it up into a faux deathrock hawk – my theory is, the higher the hair, the slimmer the face looks
This time around I moved away from cyber goth influences – no corset or PVC skirt here. I wore a combo I often do – many pieces from Japan (gothic and gal) mixed with aussie staples.
- * black camisole
- * h.Naoto Black Peace Now vest
- * black & white striped Cue jacket from a few years ago (boy, you’ve gotta love their Winter ’12 pieces!)
- * oversized cross from a gal store in Studio Alta, Shinjuku
- * studded silver cuff from La Foret, Harajuku
- * leopard bag from eBay
- * (unseen) pvc pants from Bardot
The club was not quite as well attended as the previous few, but still a good night was had by all, and we’ll certainly be attending the next one.
The first few pics are from the beginning of the night, but from our personal camera. The last few are by the club’s photographer for the night , Christian McGuinness, and so are more professional, but we were drunker and siller!
For those interested in my beau’s groovy pinstripe shirt with the vinyl straps and silver snaps, it’s from US goth brand Lip Service, but purchased from Newtown’s Furr Hair. Go thee and get some cool gear!
That’s it really. Just wanted to throw an outfit post in amongst all of my recent travel posts. Have you dressed up recently for a birthday, dinner or club? What did you wear?