Vampire Season is here: Punkrave


It’s finally October and Fall is falling in place. I sat down in front the laptop with a piece of dark, chilli infused chocolate, a bit of tea and browsed for new gothic accoutrements. There’s something in the atmosphere that makes me want to splurge, perhaps and most notably the fact that the heat is slowly becoming less life threatening and clothes make sense again!
So instead of just eyeing the cyber aisles of black clad clothes by myself, I’m taking you with me. You might just fall in love with a bunch of things as well!

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Style: Talk about the weather

The weather behaved nicely over the past weekend. After months of hell-fire it’s finally pouring. Hence I merrily turned on the oven I call laptop in order to blog.
This was my last outfit post from Austin, TX. Fall hadn’t really begun there, but this was nice to wear in places with air conditioner.

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Gothic Masquerade Ball, 2015

Flyer stock from MadaleySelket

Ghouls, Witches, Tanzers, Poets, the Souless and the lost souls all gathered in what has become a yearly event for the dark hearted. Erique Jimenez draw us together with his gothic poetry show, songstress Jessy Bellerose presented her gothic metal tribute and the various Djs (Dj CytoxicX, Satamusic and myself) created atmospheres for dancing, angst and depression (respectively).
Here are the pictures of the event, just a glimpse of the ever growing local alternative scene of San Juan.

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Prom Night: 14 Dresses for the Darkly Inclined

I remember not wanting to go. I considered the occasion a waste of my time, but mostly it was the bad music what made me gag. My friends described Prom Night as that once in a life opportunity to feel like a rockstar walking down the red carpet. While I didn’t care about these things, my friends were really looking forward to it and expected me to join them. So after refusing during all my high-school years, I accepted the challenge and tagged along at the last minute.
But, I had no idea what could I wear.

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