Once upon a time, it was the Victorian age. The Victorians had a penchant for dark stories, vampires, Dickensian poverty, tight corsets and big skirts. The Victorians also inspired a whole century’s worth of Witches, Goths, alternative folks, Steampunkers, cosplayers and costumiers in terms of their fashion. Also, literally every lesbian or women-attracted-woman has seenContinue reading “Boss Witch Fashion Friday: It's Victoriana, Baby”
Greetings, Boss Witches! We made it through another week. A week of working, of cooking meals (ew), of trying to keep our sh*t together. I think we all did great! So I have been rewarding myself by watching Salem on Netflix. I hadn’t got into this show yet, which is weird, but I do thinkContinue reading “Boss Witch Fashion Friday: The Historically Inaccurate but Deathly Fabulous Costumery of "Salem"”
We all have sh*tty weeks, don’t we? And the best way to move past that is to whack on some winged eyeliner, get some volume into our hair and throw back to possibly the chic-est of decades: the 1960s.
It’s been a WEEK and then some, so it’s time to kick back, relax and talk about the thing that really brought us all here: the witch movies/shows of the 1990s.
With the cooler weather and the setting in of the wintry months comes the very best thing: cape season.
Coming out as a Witch is something I perhaps held a little more hidden shame in. Don’t get me wrong – I am not ashamed to be a Witch. It’s just that it’s not something that comes up daily, despite the fact that I’m constantly banging on about crystals and planetary alignments, incense, meditation and crystals.
It’s that time of year when the young ones dress up as SPOOKY WITCHES, and the teenagers dress up as SEXY WITCHES and there’s a whole lot of OLD CRONE WITCHES dressing the doorways and window displays of shops. But I feel that paints a very one-dimensional picture of Boss Witch Fashion.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking: this blog is supposed to be about wellness.