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A Gothabilly Berlioz Disneybound

Aloha my wonderful merfolk!

These are one of my absolute favourite types of posts to do as it gives me a chance to window shop whilst creating Disneybound looks that match styles I would wear.

One of my favourite fashion styles is Gothabilly. Essentially, Gothabilly is the same as Rockabilly but with a more Gothic twist on vintage fashion. If you would like to read up on Gothabilly, check out this link here and this one here.

Today, I thought I would take a character from the Aristocats and give them a Gothabilly style Disneybound make-over!

15. The AristoCats

First, let’s have a look at the character I have chosen to Disneybound as: Berlioz.

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Now, let’s look at the Disneybound:

The dress is a beautiful Jade Swing Dress from Collectif Clothing. I love what this brand offers when it comes to dresses. So many beautiful ones to choose from. For the colder days, add this Jean Bolero, also from Collectif Clothing. The final touch to the base of this Disneybound are these Jive Seam Stockings, once again from Collectif clothing. This post is not sponsored by them, they just sell some wonderful clothing.

These Lulu Hun Flats will go perfect with the dress, especially if you’re not too fond of heels and prefer comfort. This wonderful brooch can be pinned to your shrug, cardigan or coat. It comes as part of a set of three from an Etsy shop called MyHoard.

This wonderful Carla bag from Banned Apparel and this neck scarf from Collectif clothing help to finish off the outfit. Put the scarf around your neck and tie into a bow to give that Berlioz detail to your outfit.

And finally … the make-up aspect of the Disneybound. A bold eyeliner and a bold red lip will look great with this outfit. I love having my nails painted, even if I always have super short nails. For this Disneybound, paint four out of five nails black and then paint your ring finger nail red. Maybe add some glitter varnish to it to give it a final, extra pop.

What are your thoughts on Gothabilly?

a mermaid be waiting for you, in mysterious fathoms below

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