Being a lover of alternative fashion has its upsides, one being that it is a tremendously great outlet. This ClaustroClothic was inspired by Bloom, by heartbreak, and by bad things. It’s a part of the pink archives, a challenge to embrace my least favorite color. Funny enough, everyone actually thinks it’s my favorite now.
Am I out of my head, am I out of my mind? If you only knew the bad things I like…
(This photoshoot was actually featured on SKG Designs first)
What inspired this outfit?
Imagine that there are eleven thousand other people who are open and willing to receive your love and instead you’re focused on a boy who broke your heart, your resolve, and carried on as if it was nothing. Meanwhile, you’re still subjecting yourself to it because you have not learned to let go. You’ve already been replaced but you can’t move on. That’s what I hear when I hear the song Bad Things from Machine Gun Kelly and Camilla Cabello. I wanted to embody that and my own emotional struggle into one nice outfit that said everything I couldn’t.
Bad Things has a soft but edgy vibe to me and it resonated in me deep so much that it actually gave me all the inspiration I needed. The next thing you know, I was walking around with my dead flowers, sniffing them and humming to myself.
What’s My Favorite Part?
I wanted it to be soft, but the alternative fashion lover in me wasn’t just gonna let that happen. That’s when I knew I had to put some pink Vegan Leather into it. The Dita was perfect, it brought a message to it that I hadn’t considered. Protecting my heart. The way the Dita is set up, it cage your entire chest in, comfortably. It starts at your throat and works its way down stopping just after your ribs begin.
Scars on my body so I can take you wherever.
How did this Outfit come Together?
The jacket was perfect. It came up from Pinup Girl Clothing and it matches the pink Sugar Thrillz bustier ridiculously well. You’d think I bought them together, but I didn’t. The skirt is actually a children’s skirt from Forever 21.
That’s it babe!
This will probably be my last pink look for a while. It’s been a wild ride but it’s been a tremendously rewarding one. I have Weave N Luxury to thank for creating the wig that has done such a tremendous amount of pink goodness for me. Don’t forget to check out my lookbook article over at SKG Designs.