I was so thrilled to work with the fabulous Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy again to shoot this gorgeous red, velvet, Dracula’s Bride dress! This would be wonderful outfit to wear for your holiday parties this year so get yours today! Check out all the beautiful designs from Gloomth!
Happy October and Happy (almost) Halloween!!
I’ve been a busy bee for the past few months doing lots of shoots, both in front of and behind the camera, and I’m ready to get back to posting regularly here at Classically Curvy!
To start off, I had a lovely time modelling for the alternative fashion brand Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy in a few of their classic skater style dresses. The first look was this whimsical “Doll Hospital” dress. We were lucky enough to find the perfect setting in front of an out of commission ambulance to shoot this look.
I had another fabulous collaboration recently with the lolita clothing line Gloomth! This time I was modelling the Waterlily dress and took the lovely teddy on a little park adventure. Enjoy these photos from Tyrone Islington Photography and Gloomth!
Recently I did a photoshoot for the fashion label Gloomth. They have a lovely array of cute, ruffley Victorian and Gothic Lolita style garments in an array of sizes (xs – 4x). The dress I am modelling in these photos is the Academy Library Dress. I had a great time working for Gloomth and I hope to model for them again!
Fashion Blogger Georgia is as cute as a cupcake and just as sweet! Her blog Cupcake’s Clothes displays a seemingly endless collection of the prettiest, most girly outfits you could ever imagine. Her lovely curvy figure and pastel pink hair are the perfect base for each of her whimsical, magical ensembles. She is incredibly talented at accessorizing her outfits with an array of cute jewellery and hair accessories, some of which you can even find for sale on her website. I love seeing gorgeous ladies like Georgia who have such a distinct and unique sense of style sharing their outfits with others and it inspires me to see the fun, creative things other ladies are doing with their personal fashion.
This outfit was inspired by two things. Firstly this incredible fabric I found with the lovely embroidered scalloped edge along the bottom. I am absolutely obsessed with fabric that has a scalloped edge and I’m always in the hunt for it. I also love the fun blue plaid and thought it looked like the perfect fabric for a summer outfit. Secondly the design was very much influenced by the outfits worn by Dominique Swain in the Adrian Lyne adaptation of the novel Lolita. The matching belly top and skirt look is so adorable and speaks to an era where outfits were tailored to match. Enjoy a summery Dolly on this cold winter day!
Photos by If You Fall Photography