|My husband's favorite picture|
Or "My Impersonation of Lady Gaga but Still Managed To Cover My Backside" dress. So this dress was a .99 pattern sale impulse buy while at JoAnn's for thread. I don't buy fabric at JoAnn's anymore unless its for home dec. I've turned into a fabric snob. But the pattern I used, Simplicity 2190, which looks kinda horrible if you go by the cover. But I loved the shoulder cut outs and thought it would be perfect at dress length without the pockets and an edgy belt for dancing. And it was perfect for dancing.
|Silly pose to show off the shoulders.|
|This one is mostly to show off the shoes.|
My friends P&L were the ones that decided I needed to get out of the house. L, having once been an promoter, knows the owners of several of the well established clubs. So being able to walk past the huge line of people and get waved in with neither a search or an ID check was pretty freakin' awesome. It offset the fact that I looked completely out of place otherwise. This is what happens when Goth's try to do non-goth club wear. I styled it differently in that I wore red tights and my dancing shoes, and hair up. Here I'm just wearing my black tights and the shoes are the ones Felicity calls my "supermodel shoes". Also, its time to make a hair appointment. The light red/grey is starting to show.