martes, 24 de agosto de 2021


 ¡Hi boys and girls! Today I want to talk to you about UP2STEP a footwear online store that I just found out about and hightly recommend. They have such great selection on boots and different kind of shoes! Their prices are very good and I'm positive that you will find a style perfect for you in their page! Up2step hits on the latest trends to seek to the trend-forward shoes much more expensive than their actual price tag, with its a strong range of shoe styles with affordable price and comfortable design. Looking for what kind of shoes fashion girls are wearing now-this is a good place to go-to for both classic and newer shoe, embracing everyone to share and find their own fashion style. You can check their page here:

Pleaser boots are always pole dancer’s go-to. Are you agree with it? Pleaser platform boots with high heels can elongate your legs and extend your lines. Especially the pleaser thigh high boots to style with tights to make your outlook more sexy and amazing. You can check them here: 

Pleaser thigh-high boots are highly recommended due to its wide-calf thigh-high boots and large-size pleaser boots from US4 to US15. You can find what’s trendy pleaser thigh high boots in our store. Go find your style here:

Pleaser knee high boots come with chunky heels and stiletto heels. If you’re not good at dancing with stiletto-heel pleaser boots, maybe you can try on pleaser boots with chunky heels. You can check them in this link

lunes, 24 de mayo de 2021



¡Hola chicos y chicas! Hace muchísimo que no me pasaba por aquí pero he decidido intentar volver al ritmo de hacer más publicaciones en el blog ya que es algo que me encanta y hace mucho tiempo que lo he dejado de hacer por trabajo.

Aquí os dejo algunas fotos y si queréis seguirme más activamente os dejo mi instagram

Hi boys and girls! It's been so long since I've been here and I just wanted to say that I'm determined to be more active on this blog so that we can communicate more and because it is my passion and I've abandoned it because of work.

Here are some pics and here's my instagram so you can follow my life more actively:

miércoles, 3 de marzo de 2021


Hi boys and girls! Hope you all are staying safe and sane in this hard time the world is having. As you know I'm a fashion passionate so while stuck at home I still shop online a lot and have to admit that I have been obssesed with FemmeLuxe  lately. 

With all that said...Today I want to talk to you about FemmeLuxe , an online clothing store that I just found out about. Thay have the most amazing clothing in their page, I specially am obssesed with their dresses, they have such amazing going out party clothing, I'm in love!

First hitting the fashion scene two years ago,  FemmeLuxe is a bold, forward thinking, influencer inspired fashion brand based in the cutting-edge city of Manchester. They aim to deliver the most on trend pieces that will really make you stand out, no matter what the occasion. With everything from off-duty looks to a glam girl’s night out dress, cute co-ords and bangin’ blazer dresses, to luxe loungewear and stand out wardrobe staples, our trend led #luxegal’s know how to style any piece.

Dropping 100’s of new styles each week, they continuously work to make sure that our fast-fashion obsessed girl gang look and feel the best. They make sure you stand out in the right way and attract the right kind of attention. The dedication of our customers attributes to our rapidly building growth in the fast-fashion world and they encompass everything it means to be fearless in fashion.

First of all I want to show you this white top. It has the most amazing cleavage and I love the zip up in the front and the puffy sleeves. I would wear it with some pair of jeans or a skirt if it's hot out. This has become my new favorite white top from my wardrobe, an amazing basic piece to have.

Now I have this gorgeous Ladies Loungewear, the color is gorgeous, I feel like a Barbie in it. The suit fits amazing and I love how you can crop the top with the elastic on the side. I have received so many compliments when wearing it.

Next we have this gorgeous brown and black cropped sweatshirt. It fits so cool and looks so sexy, one of my favorite pieces at the moment. If reminds a lot of the Fendi logo.

Last but not least we have this black leather joggers, they are so so cute and make any outfit very cool and sexy! I have been waiting to get a piece like this for so long, I think it is an amazing piece to wear in so many different ways. So versatile!

Now I want to show you some Knitted Loungewear, they have such an amazing selection at their store and I'm sure you'll find many that you love.

viernes, 5 de febrero de 2021




Unexpected Fun Facts About Gothic

For most people, the  mere mention of the word Gothic would immediately conjure up vivid mental images of heavily made-up young men and women dressed in Victorian Gothic clothing such as long leather or velvet coats, breeches, buckled boots and corsets - all in the darkest shades of black you can find. For those interested in gothic clothing UK, and want to understand more about this all-black affinity, lets dive into the history of this weird yet wonderful style that has turned heads through the centuries.

The Gothic style of dress

The somber yet majestic aesthetic appeal of Gothic fashion reached its height of popularity all across western Europe in the centuries we now call the Dark Ages. It wasnt only until later during the Renaissance era that the elements of Gothic style were seen as unconventional and wrong by the influencers of the day. Its gloomy appearance and visual impact is distinctive and deliberate, especially for those who subscribe to the modern subculture variant of Gothic fashion. The interest in Gothic style re-emerged in modern times after the death of punk in the UK during the early 1980s, when teenagers donned all-black outfits and dark makeup in lieu of studded denim jackets and mohawks to represent the depression and despondency of the era.

Gothic in architecture

However, fashion isnt the only thing that the Gothic style represents. It was first used to describe certain architectural styles applied to churches and cathedrals built during the years 1000 to 1400. From the ashes of the declining Romanesque architectural style rose a new form of civil engineering, a chapter defined by the use of fundamental elements such as ribbed vaults and pointed arches (found in Roman buildings), stained-glass windows that illuminate the insides, flying buttresses and of course - the liberal placement of scary looking gargoyles all around the outside of buildings.

In its early years during the first half of the 12th century, the Gothic architectural style was known at the time by a very different name. It was called Opus Francigenum, which means French Work (the most well-known example of this being the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris). In fact, the name Gothic itself was coined only later by Renaissance thinkers as a reference to the Goths, a barbaric tribe in the days of the Roman Empire who were largely seen as vulgar and uncultured.

To them, Gothic style was a stark contrast to the neat and rational sensibilities of Classical Renaissance architecture, which placed emphasis on features such as symmetry, proportion, geometry and regularity - the same elements that were found in the buildings of ancient Rome.

Gothic literature

The Gothic elements also permeated into the literary works of the late 1700s, where it was originally called Dark Romanticism - an offshoot of a larger movement called Romanticism. The Gothic literature of that age was characterised by a gruesome, sombre and funereal tone, often encompassing elements of the supernatural and spiritual as a large part of the narrative. Some of the most famous titles of the Gothic literature genre include works like The Castle of Otranto (1764) by Horace Walpole, Wuthering Heights (1847) by Emily Bronte, Frankenstein (1818) by Mary Shelley and of course - the all too famous Dracula (1897), by Bram Stoker.

Gothic clothing through the ages

When it comes to clothing, most, if not all of the defining features of modern Gothic style actually comes from the victorian Gothic fashion during the reign of Queen Victoria in England. The definition of beauty during those days was attributed to embracing elements of the macabre and the grotesque - where tight leather was combined together with loose, draping fabric such as velvet or lace to create resplendent outfits that had a sombre, yet glamorous look and feel.




The inspiration for the modern Gothic fashion we see today is drawn largely from the days of early cinema. The actress Theda Bara and model Bettie Page, who were known for dark makeup and dark hair contrasted against their pale skin, influenced the makeup styles of modern Gothic fashion. The music scene of the 1980s produced bands such as Siouxsie and the Banshees and the Cure, arguably two of the most influential gothic rock bands that defined the dark yet mysterious visual appeal of Gothic culture.









As a testament to the adaptability of the subculture, more contemporary Gothic fashion looks incorporate elements that arent necessarily classic Gothic by nature. Some examples include things like chokers, PVC skirts, corsets, collars, and combat boots - things that were borrowed from the fetish and punk scenes of the 80s, and the emphasis on the imagery used in contemporary Gothic media, like tshirts or jackets emblazoned with logos of Gothic bands or any other distinctive fictional Goth-related elements.

Gothic as a worldwide movement

During the mid-1990s, the love for Gothic style made its way from the western hemisphere where it started, to the far east - in the streets of the Harajuku district in Tokyo, Japan to be exact. The combination of borrowed Western Goth aesthetics with anime and the alternative music scene in japan resulted in an explosion of a new kind of fashion movement called the Gothic Lolita, which blends traditionally victorian gothic elements with baby doll dresses and an emphasis on cuteness - or kawaii, as it is called there.


Since the Medieval age, the appeal of Gothic has been shown in many different ways - architecture, literature, music, art and fashion over the preceding centuries have all been influenced in some way, shape or form by Gothic sensibilities. For subscribers of the contemporary Gothic subculture, the sense of collective identity that is based upon a celebration of shared tastes in fashion, music and culture has become a defiant cry against having to conform to modern society. However, its not all peaches and gravy - some of the controversial stigmas and assumptions that the Gothic community has dealt with over the years include links to satanism, extreme violence and vampirism (blood-drinking!).


With all that in mind, its safe to say that Gothic style, and more notably Gothic fashion, has certainly gone through many cycles of death and rebirth over the ages - a truly macabre thought that aptly defines the Gothic appeal that has largely inspired modern art, fashion and culture worldwide up till today.




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