Saturday, 13 October 2012

New in for Halloween at The Gothic Shop

Halloween is getting very close now! We are merely weeks away. The nights are drawing in and we at The Gothic Shop have been the busiest we have all year! If you are a fan of our Facebook and Twitter pages you will see that we have been inundated with some fab new products all in time for the spooky season! Perfect if you are still sorting out your trick or treating get up for the big day or want to accessorize!

Lace: Get out you Crinolines! This ultra feminine look is an aspect you can add to practically any Gothic outfit, whether it is that delicate lace cuff on your wrists or you want to go all out with your lace outfit. One of the great new additions to The Gothic Shop's collection of Sinister is this very pretty structured top. The detailed front paneling and sleeveless features give the top a corset like look. The flared sleeves in a wonderful lace material make for a very Victoriana, Steampunk piece for your Gothic wardrobe! Perfect with any of The Gothic Shop's range of full satin and lace skirts.

Danika Lace Sleeve Top with Roses by Sinister
Gorgeous Gore: The Gothic Shop have some very subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which you can make you allegiance to the gorey side known! Oh yes whether you chose to pin up your barnet with some zombie  inspired clips or wear the fake zombie wounds, The Gothic Shop have it all! Among the brands that we have newly listed are Kreepsville 666, Hell Bunny and Banned so you will be spoiled for choice! I particularly love these Banned gore-geous leggings:

Green Frankenstein and Bride Black leggings from Banned
How much quirkier can you get? Absolutely stunning with high heels as you totter about collecting all sorts of goodies from unsuspecting neighbours. These leggings are a way to express your love for Frankenstein's Monster and all things on the dark side- a perfect and very on trend accompaniment to your Halloween outfit for the Halloween season!

Skulls: Everyone loves skulls! They are everywhere at the moment, on tops, dresses, accessories, you name it and it will have skulls on it! Even the celebs have gotten into it, we have seen star Cheryl Cole sport a ginormous crystal Alexander McQueen skull ring over the summer. The skull in fashion has been around for a very long time, ever since the days when Rolling Stone Keith Richards first donned his legendary silver ring. Our love affair with all things skeletal has still not died! But when it comes to skulls it doesnt need to be oversized and in your face (although we love that too). Sometimes beauty is really in the details! There are some great pieces of bone inspired clothing and accessories available, check out some of the newly listed accessories on The Gothic Shop website:

Above from Left: White Ribcage Necklace £8.50, Skull on Giraffe Print Bow Ring £5.50, Ivory Conjoint Twins Cameo Necklace by MooMoonz £7.00