No matter how much I love the holidays, the excessive dinners get to me. I could do without feeling like I need to be carried around in a wheelbarrow by a couple of Olympic weightlifters. 'Tis most definitely not the season for crop tops, so a high waisted maxi skirt seemed like a safe bet for New Year's Day.
As a rule, I like to cover up as much of my skin as I possibly can. Unfortunately, showing up to work in a onesie is generally frowned upon. Luckily, maxi skirts are a thing that exist. I have to admit that I don't wear long skirts nearly often enough to do my fellow cultist goths proud, but that's mainly because I'm tiny. Long, flowy pieces of fabric make me look even shorter than I already am which is quite the achievement.
|Crop top: H&M - Skirt: Asos - Cardigan: Bershka|
What can I say, I'm a sucker for geeky clothes. Buying things on a whim is not something I do regularly, though. I can't even imagine the consequences of buying everything I geek out over. That's probably why my Amazon wishlist contains more items than would actually fit inside my flat. But a goth can dream, right?
Have you ever bought an item of clothing solely because it reminded you of one of your fandoms, or am I doomed to walk to nerdy road alone? Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go sob over some romantic fanart of my OTP.