The Birth of a Cunt

January 26, 2009

Remember when alt fashion was……… fashionable? At least we thought it was. Alt fashion exploded in the nineties, fulfilling those of us that were not content with shopping at Old Navy. Time has passed, fashion is evolving, but are we? Years later and here we are, covered in the same black vinyl and cheap fishnet. One day, i had enough. Going out to a club now depresses me, seeing how clueless the masses have become. My hope is that through this blog, alt fashion shall be saved. There are amazing designers out there, and now someone can put together a fantastic niche outfit at shops such as H&M. 

I shall try my hardest to give links to new and old designers of alt fashion. I hope to pass on the knowledge of how to find amazing deals in unexpected places. I will stuff this page so full of photos that it will take until the end of your life to load. 

Also, this will also be a fashion DON’T blog. I shall be posting photos i find of what NOT to wear. If someone gets offended, i really don’t care, maybe you should have looked in the mirror before you went out the door. 

Enough of that, on to business.

Let’s talk about the Swedish label, Vodabox. It has the same spunky burner flavor as Mido or Gado Gado, but at competitive prices. Also, they tend to try different fabrics, not just polar fleece. 





Hope you all enjoyed the first installment of alt fashion according to stylecunt!!!

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