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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Gothic Delights

What's this? Another Hell Bunny style packed post? Hell yes it is!!

Last month I was able to shoot lots of released and unreleased styles from me loves at Hell Bunny. With new colour ways, amazing new sleeve options and stunning fabrics, my mind was blown with the winter and more sleek gothic styling this season has within.

There is something so delicate and stunning about pairing a printed lace with a solid black, figure flattering dress. The new Elana dress is summer gothic perfection! A light flowing skirt, stretchy sleeve (I'll go into more detail about this sleeve later in this post.) and the faux button up and collar features of this piece create so and sexy LBD.

I'm wearing this style in the 2XL and there is a little give but it's fits like a standard 2XL.The bust and waist have just the right amount of tailoring so they really flatter my shape and with the sheer polka dot lace section I can show some skin without showing everything.

This lace insert also means you can pair this look with cage bras and different lace bralettes for even more looks.

If you can't tell by these images and my swooning this dress really makes me feel amazing and I can't wait until the weather warms up so I can wear in non-stop.

But for this shoot I've paired the look with my Kixies from  Bella Curves Lingerie just for an added level of pattern and warmth. This style would also look amazing with solid tights, boots and cardigans.

Trixie Blouse - £35.99

This season a new style of sleeve has entered the mix and it's rocking everyone's world as it fits all shapes and sizes. With a gathered sheering effect this short sleeve molds to your arm so you don't have to worry about ill fitting cap sleeves, etc. When I first tried on this style I knew that it will sell like hotcakes as the fit is so personal and comfortable.

As mentioned in the previous look these two pieces have the exact same sleeve and I can't wait to see just how many more styles feature this in the future.

Pair that with a boobie fitting button up, cute pussy bow/collar combo and old white bats and you have all my time favourite shirt! A little spooky, a little retro and whole lotta cute packed into one perfectly fitting button up blouse. In a 2XL it fits my shape perfectly, and the tie is removable with a button on the back of the collar if you wish to wear it showing a little more cleavage. I also only noticed when they listed the product images that the pocket contains a hidden message!! A supersweet 'Trick or Treat' embroidered message is hidden within the pocket - so cute!

Now let's chat Wonder Years skirt. I've been dreaming of a cord 70's style skirt for years but with my shape and ample rump I did not know if I could rock it. I think I've answered that question with a big YES! The Wonder Years is a button up corduroy style A-Line skirt in black, green or maroon. It features 2 buttons closures are the waist and 3 down the front.

The fit is a great A-line shape so it hugs your waist and skims over your hips. Fabric wise this has little to no stretch so if you are in-between sizes go for the one closest to your waist measurements..

Velvet, sheer sleeves and a matching pussy bow? Have all my dream tops come true? Thanks to Hell Bunny they have with the Gabriella top. A classic spin on a very 70s style that gives off an almost sexy gothic head mistress vibe and I'm here for it.

Featuring a flowing sleeve, a black velvet bodice, peekaboo neckline and big bold chiffon pussy bow this blouse is sexy, sophisticated and a dream to wear. 

Featuring a flowing sleeve, a black velvet bodice, peekaboo neckline and big bold chiffon pussy bow this blouse is sexy, sophisticated and a dream to wear.

I've paired this with a simple black midi swing skirt on my skull Kreepsville 666 waist belt. The top itself is so stunning but for this full look I wanted to add a little bit of metal within the black to both define my waist and draw attention to that section.

I can't wait to play with more ways to style this amazing blouse! I'm thinking dark plaid prints, braces on skirts, high waisted trousers and more.

Last year I shot the first Ricci Dress in black from HB. This perfectly named frock is inspired by Christina Ricci's character Wednesday Adams. I fell in love with the black version last year and never thought I'd be lucky enough to have my dreams come true with red colour way this year.

The red Ricci is perfectly cute and creepy with a perfectly fitting skater dress style in a rich blue red, white lace removable collar and cuffs and a black velvet bow with pearls. 

This style reminds me very much of the Evil Sabrina dress in the previous season of the The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina the Witch, a style I've been lusting after. Styling wise you don't really need to add much to this already perfect skater. A simple pair of black heels and tights on a cold winter day and your set. I'm wearing the 2XL and it's the same fit as the previous years dress. Due to the stretchy fabric you can size down if you'd like a tighter fit at the waist or bust.

For this shoot I did add one little accessory as a nod to the character of Sabrina - My Baphomet pendant. I wear this bold silver pendant at least once a week.

I've always loved wearing bold silver necklaces with these style necklines. It adds and extra pop of texture and really completes the look.

Lastly the one of the cutest looks I think I've ever modeled. After falling hard for the denim pinafore I've been lusting after more prints colours but Hell Bunny answered my prayers with a Halloween themed pini!

The same brilliantly flattering shape with spider webs embroidered on the skirt pockets and a flock of bats flying over the bib.

The simple addition of these bold white embroidered patches makes this piece perfect for Halloween and for all year rounds spooky wear. I'm wearing the 2XL, and it fits perfectly with slightly less stretch than the previous version I've shot. This firmer fabric means a more pronounced waist line, and I'm definitely not complaining about that.

Styling wise I went with the traditional Halloween themed colours of black and orange and luckily I had my favourite Vixen Troublemaker top handy and this adorable orange beret from Dangerfield.

I think I might need to get some black bats or webs embroidered onto this beret so it matches the pini perfectly. I love how this spooky little piece adds a pop of Halloween fun to my wardrobe all year round.

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