By day, I'm a high-tech content designer, and by night I'm the Gothic Martha Stewart. On weekends, I travel back to the 16th and 18th centuries to be an aristocrat. A couple times a year, I travel around the world to see friends, always returning to my Silicon Valley home and two adorable kitties.
This blog is no longer updated daily and does not accept advertising. Sorry! You can find me more frequently at Frock Flicks, where I review costumes in period movies & TV shows.
i stumbled upon your blog randomly, and i love it! i work for a major entertainment corporation, and while we don't have a strict dress code i still like to look presentable while at the same time maintaining a sense of diversity. i look forward to reading more of your posts!ReplyDelete
Great blog! Keep inspiring me on how to dress goth at work (I am a teacher)! Mirjam. PS: keep me on your blog list for the next articles email@example.com, thank you!ReplyDelete
I'm glad someone is keeping it 'goth' real - keep posting them pics. I change up my look by wigs and hairbands from time to time. Think you'd ever go that route - it's fun to keep the norms guessing :)ReplyDelete
Just discovered you via OffBeat Home and feeling encouraged that I can tread the line between weird and wonderufl me and corporate-friendly!ReplyDelete
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I accidentally found your website while researching the CorpGoth on Gothic Charm School and Google. Recently just landed a position as a preschool aide, and I still want to keep my gothy/ spooky personality and style. But I also want to dress as modest as possible for the environment that I will be working in daily. Your blog is full of advice and ideas....please keep inspiring!ReplyDelete
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