As I state previously, I source most of my wardrobe from a charity shop, occasionally high street shops I mainly shop at TK Maxx or Primark. Sometimes eBay, I've stopped shopping there as often the postage costs more than the item. Sometimes, I have purchased cheap top that have been reasonable quality from the Chinese sellers. Depending on my mood I sew my clothing. I often hate internet shopping, since I can't feel or try items on. My hometown has no alternative shop anymore, it's a shame but that a sign of times. Also, I feel dissuaded from buying alternative clothing as often the items are poor quality for the price of them. My personal style tends to be quite sombre, and I tend to wear things that look quite similar.
I love this top, it was a charity shop find for a pound. My favourite part is the velvet flock rose motif. I like the leggings, I wish they were thicker as, I didn't realise how much they highlighted my cellulite until it was too late. I will only be wearing them with my tunics or dresses in future. I wore with nu goth boots style boots. I'm trying to wear heels retrain myself to wear heels, again.
This was my bowling alley outfit, I wore wearing a tunic top from Boyes yonkers ago, wet look leggings Primark, cardigan thrift find and favourite PVC boots from Primark.
I wore this few weeks ago for my first sewing class. I found the blouse in a charity shop and love the ruffled detail, I'm still debating whether it's too tight I wore with one of my long skirts I made. I think I need to reconsider how I wear this blouse in future as I think looks unflattering in reflexion.
This outfit, I wore a couple of weeks ago to my first blogger event. The jumper is covered with black gemstones is thrift find, and the skirt looks like embossed leatherette but it's more of a heavy lycra.
I was wearing a fluffy jumper and a kind of bouncy skirt with my DM boots.
This my favourite outfit from the month, I love the top it looked quite flattering for my body shape. The skirt one of my favourite lolita's style skirt for a couple of pounds. I also like the various layer of trim and ribbon, it's so easy to slip on. I love these boots,they are versatile to wear for all weathers and comfy. I purchase from Asda (owned by Walmart) for £40 and made from level, still going after four years of wear.