OOTW: Gothic Hats & Vintage Pins

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Hello, lovelies!  I’m back with another Outfits of the Week post.  In this post I’m sharing what I wore during the week of Halloween, which was on a Monday this year.  I’m just now posting this video since I’ve been a bit depressed, lately.  But I promise you I will, slowly but surely, get back to my normal posting schedule.

 

DAY ONE

Here’s what I wore on Halloween.  It’s not exactly a costume, but the nice thing about being a goth is that I can wear my normal clothes and still look spooky.  After all, every day is Halloween for us goths!  All I did was add a large, witch’s hat and I was all set for the holiday.

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PROJECT 666 Staples: Asian-style tunic jacket (J2), Long-sleeved shirt (S2), 25-yd. skirt (Skt3), Fingerless gloves (GLV2), Victorian-style boots (B5)

 

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Victorian-style ankle boots: Ladies’ Emporium

 

Here’s my makeup for Halloween.  I wore all-black makeup, including black lipstick.  While the green contacts I wore are subtle, they really do show up nicely when surrounded by black eye makeup:

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Magic wand: Masterwork Magics (Etsy)

 

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DAY TWO

This is the first time I’ve worn my new top hat.  I used to wear top hats about 20 years ago, and I’m happy to be able to wear hats again.  It took a little adjusting to (I kept crashing into low-hanging branches), but it was fun to wear.  I felt like Stevie Nicks in this outfit!

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PROJECT 666 Staples: Top hat (H3), Long t-shirt (S5), Asymmetrical skirt (Skt1), Floral velvet shawl (J4), 20-eye boots (B3)

 

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20-eye boots: Doc Martens (brand)

 

Day Two’s makeup was pretty subtle: just lipstick, eyeliner, and false eyelashes.  I wore a small bindi under the corner of each eye for a little dazzle:

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Black beaded necklace: Lord & Taylor, Vintage star pin: Aura Rose’s Treasures (Etsy), Seed bead necklace: World Market, Silver key necklace: Fuchsia Bloom Studio (Etsy)

 

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DAY THREE

Day Three had the simplest outfit: a long dress, arm warmers, and ankle boots.  I wore a pin in my scarf and further accessorized this outfit with an onyx ring and cabochon necklace:

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PROJECT 666 Staples: Long “goddess” dress (D6), Scrunchy arm warmers (GLV1), Victorian-style boots (B5)

 

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Vintage star & moon brooch: Maggie’s Vintage Market (Etsy), Scrunchy arm warmers: Lama Luz (Etsy), Onyx necklace: made by me

 

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Here’s Day Three’s makeup.  It’s pretty much my usual with glitter added to my eyelids.  The glitter doesn’t show up well in these pictures, but it does accentuate my eyes:

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This month has been depressing, to say the least.  I am working on more content, but I’m also taking things one day at a time.  We’re already in mid-November, so I will try to have November’s birthstone and birth flower posts out soon.   Stay tuned.

Love & Shimmies,

Dasia Denise

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