The thigh highs in particular caught my attention as they present a nice asymmetric look to her legs. I like that it shows Louise in a nice dere dere mood, although I think I would like a figure of her being all tsun tsun too. As for the rest, super duper job from Alter as always, which is doubly nice since this is technically a figure from 2008. Whenever I get older figures whether second hand or as a re-release I’m always impressed with them. Another of the things that Alter toned down for the figure, although I’m undecided if this is a good thing or not. While I’m still not of the opinion that you need to post process every picture that comes out of the camera I’m more open to the idea now that I was before. What do you guys do for post processing if any? In the end I’m super happy to own this figure, happy that I finally tried my hand at some post processing and I got an excuse to take pictures of a figure that probably doesn’t need more. Post Punk movement a reporter “accidentally” called a Post Punk band Gothic, since they portrayed their self with white faces & darkened eyes, afterwards, due to that little mistake, the Gothic Subculture quickly began to take form: it’s as simple as that.
For instance, you can wear a gothic jacket (motorcycle wear) with a lacy blouse and try skinny black jeans with black boots; This creates a fascinating all-black goth purse gothic look for you. Infectious Threads is described as “your one-stop shop for gothic and alternative clothing and gear.” Founded in 1981 by a wife and her husband, you can find a varied assortment of punk pieces on the site for plus sizes up to 4XL. For instance, this Knuckles Jacket Mens is made from black cotton twill and fastens with silver buttons. Goth people often used to wear Doc Martens Boots with a pair of mom jeans or dark pants, and also pair it with a leather jacket for good measure. It was especially common for goth people to wear fishnet stockings underneath a ripped pair of mom jeans. Go for a skull print bikini as part of an alternative swimwear ensemble and pair with edgy accessories like skull jewelry or even some temporary tattoos.
I do like the cute skull cat thing on it, pretty neat. Do you like to listen to different genres? The classic Doc Martens boots were immensely popular among many genres of fashion during the 80s. They were already very well-liked during the 70s, and this trend only continued into the 80s. Hence, they weren’t only popular among the general population, but they were especially worn a lot by certain subcultures such as the punks and the goths. People in the 80s were definitely fashion conscious for sure, but it was especially the case for certain subgroups such as the punks or grunge fanatics. This was the case during the 80s, but it’s actually still the case today so that’s something to take into account if you’re interested in the goth fashion style. So if you’re looking to explore 80s goth fashion, try to start with the aforementioned clothing items. So if you’re in the market for some gothic fashion, be sure to check out Jawbreaker. So if you’re interested in learning more about the most prominent goth fashion trends during the 1980s, then you’ve definitely come to the right place!
So if you’re wondering what were some of the most popular 80s goth fashion trends, we got you covered here. However, one subgroup in particular that went through a lot of fashion changes in the 80s was the goth subculture. One of the things I always liked about Louise is her gorgeous hair. Kind of a shame though that Alter toned down the blush and perplexed expression Louise had in the original illustration the figure is based of. Well, I suppose compared to the original illustration where Louise is essentially flashing her panties to us this pose does not warrant so much blushing. I wonder why they were done this way, in the illustration they look pretty normal and are sized appropriately. Many lolitas in Japan are not aware that lolita is associated with Nabokov’s book and they are disgusted by it when they discover such relation. That’s because the goth subculture has generally always been associated with horror, supernatural powers, morbidity, and darkness.