Outfit Post – Gothic Princess.

When it comes to clothing and outfits, I am a sucker for colour. Whether it be vibrant red or yellow, or softer shades of blue or pink, colour is something I have always embraced. If truth be told, as much as black is classic, elegant and always described as flattering, I do find it a little bit on the safe and boring side.

But last week I had two events in the same night and I decided that the look I wanted to go for was a Gothic Princess look. I wanted something pretty and floaty, a little bit fairy tale, but I was thinking more Malificent than Cinderella (because, let’s face it, good girls go to heaven, but bad girls go everywhere….!). Black was the natural choice for the opening of a restaurant in an Old Birmingham Cinema that also had a nightclub attached to it, but I wanted to do Princess – Gothic Princess.

Gothic Princess

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The top is one of this season’s ‘cold shoulder’ design from Simply Be. This top is lovely, it has a sweetheart bodice design and ruffled sleeve effect. Over the top of the bodice is a over layer that is almost a knitted design with perforations and patterns in the black lining. This could easily be worn with skinny jeans and heels for a completely different look.

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Simply Be Black Ruffle Cut Out Shoulder Lace Top £25 Click to visit Simply Be

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I teamed the top with a tulle net skirt from New Look. Regular readers to the blog know I have a Carrie Bradshaw obsession, and this skirt reminds me of a dress that Sarah Jessica Parker wore a few years ago.  I think this skirt is so easy to wear – elasticated waist, midi length and both lightweight and yet substantial.

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Black Tulle Pleated Midi Skirt £19.99 Click to visit New Look

Black Tulle Pleated Midi Skirt £19.99 Click to visit New Look

I teamed the outfit with a Biba Bag from House of Fraser.

 Biba Mini pouch was £29 not £20.30 Click to visit House of Fraser


Biba Mini pouch was £29 not £20.30 Click to visit House of Fraser

I quite enjoyed wearing my gothic princess look, but I don’t think it will persuade me to wear more black. I enjoy bright and cheery colours a little too much!

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4 thoughts on “Outfit Post – Gothic Princess.

  1. I am going to buy that black tulle skirt! I love whenever I read your blog you have always been to some awesome event launch and wearing a fabulous outfit!

  2. I love both the skirt and the top and the way you’ve paired them it looks like it could be a dress – very Carrie B 🙂 x

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