Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Thursday's Outfit

The boyfriend suggested about going to a gig, sadly the gig was sold out. That's the reason I chose to I  my underbust. Imay of  subconsciously been inspired by Sylvie, Little Corp Goth Girl wearing her corset.  Surprisingly, I found the corset comfortable to wear, I think, I wore it for seven hours and managed to walk four miles, not bad for someone whose doesn't often wear corsets. 

I walked to Gateshead from Newcastle or my counsellor appointment. Sadly, my counsellor has discharged  as she feels I'm no longer need it. It's a shame I really liked my counsellor as we had quite a lot in common; she was always very emphatic and professional. I guess that's the whole point. She has suggested about attending a few courses on how to deal with my issues for the future .  

The boyfriend messaged me about the gig, and we agreed to meet at Trillians for drinks. We ordered one of their delicious homemade meaty burgers, which wasn't the best idea since with wearing my corset,  I found it difficult to eat and had to stand up to make myself feel more comfort. On the plus side, I got so many compliments about my underbust and how unusual it, particularly  the metal clasp.  The boyfriend found a hidden pocket, great if you don't wanna take a bag.  Throughout the day, I felt like a pirate with the buckles and the strippy fabric;  all I was missing was cutlass and triangle hat. 

We stayed for an hour to listen to the live band, Saint Dom and the sinner,  a rockabilly band. I  have a bit soft spot for Southern American folk including, swampy blues, bluegrass and country, I'll probably shouldn't admit that, oh well. 

My outfit the underbust is the one  I got from Brighton,  worth the money. Underbust from Steampunk Bizarre.  mesh top, Hobbs, charity shop find, a skirt made by me. Boots Doc Martain.    I'm wearing my pendant from local designer Laser Panda Designs







Special thanks to the photographer aka the plagued boyfriend.




8 comments:

  1. That is pne beautiful corset. Jay didnt lace mine tight which was a good thing because I was sitting for long a long time. You look very lovely and good to hear that you are on the right track

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  2. Thanks, it's by Vintage Goth. I found it easier being stood up than sitting, I tied mine way too tightly. I'm heading that way it just going to take time for me to get sorted.

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  3. You look lovely - the corset is beautiful. I prefer underbust to over, they just feel more comfy (though I also have problems sitting down and eating in one!).

    I'm hoping to blog an update tomorrow, I still feel awful for blowing you out last week. In my defence, I have spent the past 2 days as an emergency day patient at the RVI - will update about that on the blog (all seems good now though - phew!)

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    1. I prefer under busts to corset definitely more comfy. Corsets are not practicable for daily living I would prefer to stand up.

      Don't worry for cancelling, it's one of those things life happens. There is nothing worse having to do anything when your ill. I'd rather you cancel and get better, meet up when your feeling well. Hopefully, you'll start feeling better.

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  4. Gorgeous!^^ These corsets look a little costumey to me too, but they're lovely there's nothing wrong with looking right a pirate, is there? ;)

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  5. Now you've mentioned it properly is a little costumey, and it's from a Steam Punk shop so that may add to it. I still love it.

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  6. Love the outfit! I suppose it's good that your counsellor feels you are doing so well, but it must feel a bit scary to be discharged!

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    1. Thanks the corset was comfortable. It's weird but not as over whelming as I anticipated. I feel my perspective has changed but I'll take everything as it comes.

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