SinStar Logo T-Shirts

T-Shirts are the backbone of your essential wardrobe and SinStar Clothing offer a range of loud rock n' toll graphic t-shirts to these more subtle logo t-shirts available in a range of colours. These...

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Cvlt Nation Clothing For Men

USA brand CVLT Nation is one the biggest names in horror and occult art and features a collection of Satanic imagery and artwork for men. Choose from a range of devilishly dark clothing that include...

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Witchcraft Clothing For Men

Here is the latest men's clothing range from the UK's own Witchcraft featuring badass Satanic imagery and artwork from one of the biggest names in horror and occult art. Choose from a range of hoodies,...

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Mulisha Maidens Fall Collection

Metal Mulisha have just releases their Fall collection and this latest range of women's clothes comes in addition to their traditional men's collection, affectionately termed Mulisha Maidens. With...

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Superdry Womens Hoodies

The new fashion season is upon us and urban street fashion giants Superdry have released a campus Collection of women's hoodies. So add a layer to your style with a must-have hoodie and choose from zip...

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Sinstar Clothing Into Midnight Collection

Category : News

The stylish new Into Midnight collection by Sinstar Clothing has just been released which includes a range of men’s hoodies and these must-have graphical t-shirts.

Sinstar Heartbeat T-Shirt

This Heartbeat T-Shirt is a normal fit featuring a bold graphical print. It is constructed from 100% light weight Italian cotton and laundered with a garment wash for ultimate hand feel.

Sinstar Samurai T-shirt

This Samurai T-shirt is a normal fit featuring a bold graphical print. It is constructed from 100% light weight Italian cotton and laundered with a garment wash for ultimate hand feel.

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Sinstar Sinnermatic T-shirt

Finally, this Sinnermatic T-shirt is a normal fit featuring a bold graphical print. It is constructed from 100% light weight Italian cotton and laundered with a garment wash for ultimate hand feel.

Shop the Into Midnight Collection at Sinstar Clothing now.

Kates Clothing Epic Reverse Auction Sale

Category : News

Kates Clothing are having one of their legendary reverse auctions right across our sale section!

At 11am every week day from today till Friday 22nd of March 2013 every item in the sale section will be reduced by 10% (of what it was the day before). The longer you wait, the cheaper an item will be – but leave it too long and they will sell out!

Remember everything in their sale section is limited stock so make sure to hold out as long as you can to get a great bargain but watch out as things will sell out fast… the question is how long do you dare to wait?!

Their sale section is currently bursting with Hell Bunny Dresses, TUK shoes, Iron First shoes, Alchemy Gothic jewellery, Necessary Evil Clothing, accessories, Men’s wear and more!

Visit the Kates Clothing Epic Reverse Auction Sale now.

Goth On A Budget

Category : Gothic Fashion, News

Goth on a budget: Tips for cash-strapped children of the night.

Hello all! This is my first article for Other Clothing, and it’s a slightly reworked version of something I did for my Tumblr account ages back. I resurrected it because I decided that it would be handy if I shared some of my knowledge on cheap and cheerful (but still pretty) Gothic fashion with you all. I remember when I was 14 and starting to get into the subculture, and I often had kids my age say to me, ‘I’d love to be a Goth but it’s too expensive’ (Goth was very prominent amongst young teens back in my day- since then it seems to have gone back underground).

This is simply not true. I mean you CAN spend your life savings on corsets and massively expensive shoes if you really want, but you don’t have to. It’s perfectly possible to get the Gothic look without breaking the bank, and here’s how:

1. You don’t HAVE to wear the top Gothic brands. Only elitist idiots who will probably ‘grow out of it’ in six months will think any less of you for not being dressed head-to-toe in Necessary Evil/Hell Bunny/whatever. Mind you, that’s not saying that these brands don’t do some lovely stuff; and I would at this point heartily recommend Kate’s Clothing, a UK-based website that features the most popular Gothic and Punk brands being sold well under their RRPs (and a lot of it is from the current lines!). Be sure to check out the Sale Section; there are some real gems there just waiting to be snapped up! Even better, the customer service is excellent; they even offer advice if certain brand’s sizing’s are a bit smaller/larger than average.

For even cheaper gear that still looks awesome, try these:

2. eBay. I actually cannot express how great eBay is. Especially seeing as there are a wealth of specialist Gothic/Alternative eBay stores. You’d be amazed at the stuff you find! The only thing is that on eBay, it’s hard to find something specific, i.e. a specific garment from a specific brand in a specific size. You’re much better typing in a general term like ‘corset’ or ‘goth top’ and seeing what comes up. And be patient- keep checking every few days and someone is bound to sell what you want eventually! Also some days are better than others- don’t lose faith after one search on one day. Sites like Etsy can also turn up some great finds, especially in the jewellery department. It’s also possible to get brand-new makeup quite cheap (please don’t get used- I’ll discuss why in more detail later).

3. Charity shops. I got a Cyberdog shirt from one for a mere £2.00 once. Need I say more?! Well, I will anyway. There’s a lot of prejudice against charity shops; they’re seen as dirty, unhygienic, full of old people/trampy clothes, etc. A lot of the time, the latter part is admittedly true, but they only accept clean clothes and if you look, you shall most certainly find. The charity shops at Whitby during the Goth Weekend(s) are particularly fruitful. Even broken things can be mended and made beautiful again, if you have even basic sewing skills- and for a fraction of the price of a new item.

But BEWARE! – Whenever you buy used clothes, be aware that not everyone may be being entirely honest when they say ‘I only wore it like once’. However, the photos will soon show you how true that is! And if there are no photos, don’t bother- it’s not worth the risk, especially when a much nicer item could be selling cheaper!

And DON’T BUY USED FOOTWEAR OR MAKEUP. I know people do, but seriously, makeup can pick up LOADS of bacteria, and shoes are NOT easy to clean inside- the latter is especially important as people can have a lot of things going on with their feet. Basically, don’t risk picking up athlete’s foot or a nasty skin/eye infection! Be patient and wait for shiny new stuff to be listed! There’s also the fact that used shoes WILL NOT be comfortable- they will have moulded to the original owner’s feet! Further to this, lots of the time people sell off unwanted presents or unworn items that are the wrong size- such finds are more common than you might think.

On to the next source of cheap Gothy goodness….

4. Sale racks in shops. Your local Goth shop is bound to have a sale on from time to time, to clear out old stock. Yes, most of it will be in stupid sizes, but have faith and have a goosey; you might just hit (black) gold. And keep an eye out for one-off sale items; faulty stock does come in from time to time. Generally it’s faulty for a silly reason, like a patch being put on upside-down (which happened to a Necessary Evil skirt my friend got on the cheap), or a button being in the wrong place; things that, like I said, can be fixed with basic sewing skills. Even if the item has a broken zip or a rip in it, it shouldn’t be too hard to fix it (or ask a talented friend to fix it for you). A rip can even be made fashionable with safety pins or chunky thread sewn in zigzags across it! You can fix a broken catch/link on a necklace or bracelet surprisingly easily too. And that leads me to…

5. DIY. (Kicking it old school!) If you’re a dab hand with sewing, why not get cheap, plain clothes, or beaten up items, and breathe new life into them with some imaginative haberdashery? Patches, studs, safety pins (as mentioned), ribbons, extra zips (everyone loves random zips), extra pockets, funky stitching… all of these things can make a sad-looking item that was destined for the bin into an awesome, unique piece. Everyone did this when the scene started out; there were hardly any specialist shops then. You can also make your own jewellery if you’re really talented!

And lastly…

6. The High Street. No, really! You’re not a dirty conformist for getting black jeans from Primark, especially if you’re going to be wearing them with your prized Goff boots. There are actually some really nice items lurking around, and remember that Gothic style (well, not quite as we know it, but it is quite pretty) comes in around Autumn/Winter- lots of lacey dark colours floating about. Even then you can pick up black blouses, corset-style tops, biker jackets, studded skirts, etc. etc. throughout the year. You just have to know where to look!

Well, I hoped that helped people. Remember that Goth isn’t about how expensive your clothes are; it’s about expressing yourself and wearing what you want to wear!

Written by Ravenix

Other Clothing Welcomes Darkened Crucifix

Category : News

We are really pleased to announce that Darkened Crucifix (aka Victoria Walker) has agreed to become a writer for Other Clothing:

My name is Victoria Walker (Darkened-Crucifix to you guys and girls) I am 20 years old and am currently finishing my final year at Staffordshire University where I study Journalism and Creative writing. I’ve been passionate about Symphonic Metal music since I was 14 and my love for the genre has led me into having an interest in the Goth/Alternative dress sense.

My favourite bands include Evanescence, Within Temptation, Indica, Kamelot and Serenity (and many, many more!)

My dress sense varies upon my mood, but if I could, I would wear Gothic medieval dresses, tops and skirts all my life.

I like reading (dark romance books in particular), writing (nonsense mainly but I did write a 50,000 word novel in a month…), playing video games and eating cake that isn’t a lie. Yay for companion cubes. I’m weird, did I mention that?

Other Clothing Welcomes Mizz Twisted Cherry

Category : News

We are really pleased to announce that Mizz Twisted Cherry (aka Natalie Morgan) has agreed to become a writer for Other Clothing:

Mizz Twisted Cherry is a costume designer From Herefordshire. Her love for the bizarre and avante garde co-insides with her career as she is always looking for clothing that is visually dramatic not only on a production but in every day life.

She has worked in Theatre and Film for three years to date, after graduating from a theatre design degree and has had some interesting experiences. Working with star actors such as Peter O’toole and Michael Madsen, she has been able to use her twisted imagination on many productions across the UK.

Mizz Twisted Cherry feels she bring her life experience and personality to her design, she is a huge fan (obsessed) with the rocky horror show and has been from the age of three years old and feels this has given her inspiration through her work and in her inner self.

Her pagan beliefs have also have given her an open minded look at the world and the way people present themselves through their appearance.

‘I love shoes and corsets! Irregular Choice and TUK are her favourite brands for some amazing heels!’

Visit the Mizz Twisted Cherry to see her amazing designs.