Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Classic Goth: 'Walk the Line' Sleeveless Shirt at Cruella

Here is a fresh display of using fishnet, a material notorious for slipping so easily to the costume-y look-mum-I'm-being-gothic side of the alternative fence. The extreme symmetry and control create a strong rhythm to the shirt, but I do claim that the look would still be very powerful were the panels more mixed and irregular. A good case, nevertheless.

Found here. (See 'Tops')

1 comment:

  1. The only thing I object to is the face the model is pulling, and what they did to his hair. The shirt is lovely, but definitely for people either with his physique, or a bit more well-built but hairless. I can see ways of wearing this that would... be unflattering to both the wearer and the shirt.