May 1, 2012

Tuesday - Lazy Goth

Sweater - Ann Taylor (similar)
Jeggings - Old Navy (similar)
Boots - Fitzwell
Necklace - Ann Taylor (similar)
Bag - Sabina (similar)

This is my lazy look - all black, and closet pieces I have had for years and constantly wear. This morning on Twitter Morgan said outfits like this bring the goth out in her, I say this is a pretty lazy goth look, call it Weekend 30-something Suburban Goth.  And the hair? Well it's hot and humid today, so out comes the natural look (luckily today it's not acting too Kip Winger - usually when I need a haircut it behaves better when wavy/curly/Kip-y). The last time I wore this sweater and jegging combo, it was with my booties. Today it's raining so I wanted a closed-toe shoe that could handle a few puddles so I pulled out the Fitzwells. My coworker recently got these same boots in brown and also loves them - fits wide calves, soft leather, and what an awesome price!



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20 comments:

  1. Great look and your hair looks nice with natural waves! You should wear it this way more often.

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  2. You have got to change the tittle of the post to: lazy hot goth :)
    this is a great simple look.

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  3. I would but it normally doesn't play nice with me and I end up with a flat yet frizzy mess. Heat and humidity work well with my hair, but when I don't have both and at the right amount it's just a sad sight. :)

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  4. I love it even more in the full picture. You are the Circe Nightstade to my Azrael Abyss.

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  5. I love your hair. Mine is naturally curly/wavy and while I hate the frizz, it's fun. I don't straighten it much any more because it's damaging.

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  6. I love this look. In fact, I looked at this outfit and asked myself why I wasn't wearing this today! Then I realised I have no black jeans. It might be what you consider lazy, but I actually think this looks really classic.

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  7. I am always struck at how fabulous you look in black. I could never pull that off, even when I was 19 and thin.

    Chris

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  8. Patti_NotDeadYetStyle5/1/12, 5:09 PM

    You do this so very well - you should trade mark "lazy goth" : > I love your hair like this too!

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  9. You lok awesome today all gothed out. I wanted to tell you that I bought a pair of Fitzwell boots because of you. I was so excited to finally have a pair of black boots that I haven't been able to wear in years! You're the best!

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  10. Did you melt during the day? I walked out of the house ready for a cool rainy day that might warm up later on and it was muggy from the get-go. A better day for sandals and open-toes than boots!

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  11. Did you melt during the day? I walked out of the house ready for a cool rainy day that might warm up later on and it was muggy from the get-go. A better day for sandals and open-toes than boots!

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  12. I never had a chance to leave the office, even for lunch. Arrived around 8:30, didn't walk out the door until 5:30. If I had, I would have most likely melted. :)

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  13. Oh that's awesome Robin! So glad you got the boots!

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  14. LOL arm parties are so 2011, 2012 is the year of the lazy goth trademark!

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  15. Eleanorjane5/2/12, 6:22 AM

    Ooh, I love those boots but they only ship to the States! No fair! I'm looking for some smartish boots that are comfy for several hours walking...

    PS you look really cool - black jeans n black boots = flattering!

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  16. Kip Winger! ROFLMAO!!! I'm a goth girl at heart so there are days when I just want to dress in all black. It's so much easier. I have to force myself to buy color over buying anything in black.
    Niki
    www.fashionatforty.blogspot.com

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