Rocking Some Clueless Style

I admit that my definition for Clueless Goth Style was pretty unintelligible.   But Enna, above, has put together a great look: It’s kind of Blogger-Hooker crossed with Hipster Underage Granny. She knows that it’s mandatory to rock a fur thing and a Dope Dealer hat.

Here is Redhead Fashionista rocking a (subconscious?) tribute to Sea, with striking black lipstick and a bumble bee themed outfit, and bringing a saucy tough-girl vibe to the Goth Lolita thing. Isn’t she gorgeous and clueless?

HelOnWheels looks tragically Goth and clueless in this old school tartan bondage dress and stupid hippie ankh.   The excessive rings and pretentious hat are perfection!

Lois-Elizabeth take Clueless over the edge into Mental. The Goth Hooker dress with white accents is begging for attention, and the pigeon-toed stance pulls it all together.

Angelica really nails it with the shredded leggings and headband. The lace-up boots are bang on trend, and the heavy showgirl make up is perfect for making a strong first impression.

Athif knows how to rock fur, doesn’t he? The thing around his neck looks like it was only recently running around someone’s garden, while the fluffy footwear says Chanel knock-off.   Ripped leg-wear and scary jewelry show that Athif has done his fashion homework!

WOW, Marie is a genius. Here, she looks   sexily disheveled as though apres lovemaking (or pony-play?) in a barn. Let’s take another look.

This outfit is dripping with style, beginning with that fabulous cape. The lace, the chains, the hat, the attitude, Marie is a vision of loveliness in her Military Madonna outfit. WordPress is too stupid to let me post the full size pictures of Marie, but I’ll be happy to send them to you in email if you ask nicely.

I was thinking about attempting my own Clueless Goth look but I just can’t get dressed today due to extreme lethargy, depression, and antibiotics.   Thank you, Marie, Enna, Angelica, Lois-Elizabeth, Athif, HelOnWheels, and Redhead Fashionista for your team spirit and for sharing your creativity! xoxoxo

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33 Responses to Rocking Some Clueless Style

  1. TheShoeGirl says:

    I love this new feature and can’t wait for the next. I am very disappointed in myself for missing this one.

  2. Aja says:

    Whenever I start to take on these challenges (in this case I couldn’t come up with anything plausible), I always end up thinking “oh my goodness, I’m wearing this tomorrow”. Not quite sure if that’s the point.

  3. enna. says:

    This was so much fun! I wish I had something ripped to add to my mix, but I’m not willing to rip something perfectly serviceable in the name of Goth. 🙂

    Redhead’s tribute to Sea is spot on, and I love Marie’s cape.

    Can’t wait for the next one!

  4. HelOnWheels says:

    Wow! Ladies and Athif, you are killin it! Athif is especially killing it, more precisely he killed it, whatever that creature is around his neck. Seriously, you all look incredibly clueless and fantastic.

  5. Hammie says:

    Scarily close to the real thing- I think you you should list on eBay and wait for Mom to try and curate you all… xx

  6. Mary says:

    Mah-jor! The pony-play inspired outfit is to die for. I shall take inspiration from these rocking looks…..or not.

  7. Stella Mayfair says:

    you all look absolutely fabulous! i’m so impressed

  8. That was hilarious fun. Marie, as usual, is killing it – like Adam Ant with that makeup.
    Glad you liked my tribute. I just wish I had a few ferret skulls to push it over the edge.

  9. Love them all – how fabulous. I feel so lame for not getting my act together. Lois-Elizabeth has the best pose ever!

  10. Alison Cross says:

    With the exception of Atif (sorry Atif!) I think that they all look great and wouldn’t look out of place in the pages of a glossy fashion mag!

    Ali x

  11. ellio100 says:

    i’m sorry to say i didn’t get the goth part – only managed to get the clueless look
    http://ellio100.wordpress.com/2010/09/01/youll-all-be-wearing-them/
    these are all so funny though, please keep setting us these challenges sister!
    x x x

  12. What’s worrying me is that I’d actually wear Marie’s outfit……and Hel, if ever you decide to get rid of that tartan dress, let me know! (though why would you, it’s finger-poppingly rad).

  13. David Duff says:

    As I slowly scrolled down the gallery of, er, models with my chin sinking closer and closer to my chest, I entertained, for the first time in my life, the thought that perhaps being homosexual might not be all bad, but then Athif’s picture arrived and I came out of my trance, shook my head, reached for the scotch, and once again all was well with the world. Thanks, Athif!

  14. Lois-Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for including, this was fun, can’t wait for the next one. Everyone did a great job and yes I would wear some of the outfits in real life lol

  15. Ann says:

    This is why I haven’t contributed to your last 2 contests: I know I can’t hang with the likes of those models! Totally awesome!

  16. marie says:

    Good job, folks. We are, like, fully killing the shit out of this. Missed you, Sister, and TheShoeGirl – next time.

    So, what are you reading, Enna?

  17. Tina says:

    Brilliant! I like this feature!

  18. HelOnWheels says:

    Oh, @Duffster! You’re just jealous that you can’t compete with our awe-inspiring style. We’re killing it! Whereas you, in your long-johns, made me want to kill myself just so I could stop dry heaving.

    @RedHead – First of all, your outfit is clueless and fantastic! I would wear it and almost all of the others in “real life”. My dress is officially older than you are, beautiful! I do wear it several times a year; usually under a black jumper (I can adjust the skirt in several ways). So, I won’t be getting rid of it any time soon. I also have an emotional attachment to it. However, I am willing to loan/rent it out to special, rad people who can give us all a fashion ‘gasm.

  19. Juli says:

    hahaha Athif is so awesome! Cracking up at that guy. So good. And Marie actually looks quite good in all that clueless style! Great job everyone. Love it.

  20. Witch Moma says:

    Marie – how DO you do it? Athif has really tapped into it too – loved it & laughed alot.

  21. Athif’s trousers and boots are rather similar to the latest Miu Miu trousers (with a very small flared bell-bottom) as seen on bloggers such as The Glamourai, so he gets extra points in my book.

  22. TexasArt says:

    Athif … Really rocks. Like. So. Really. Much …

  23. Cricket9 says:

    I love it all! I very much love the tartan dress and the sullen expressions everyone mastered to perfection. My workplace reminds me (for various reasons) more and more of a hive full of pissed off bees – I needed a good laugh today, thanks everyone and SW! <3

  24. Erika says:

    Athif wins for fur shoes. Everyone is way rad. I always miss the boat on playing dress up. I couldn’t figure out what clueless goth meant for sure. I get it now. Nice demos.

  25. enna. says:

    @marie — It’s Dracula. It seemed a good fit for the theme!

  26. Marky says:

    I can’t stand how much I love this.

  27. David Duff says:

    It’s true, it’s true, ‘HelOnWheels’, I can’t compete, not even with my Long Johns – and I’m sorry they distressed you so much, I must remember to issue an ‘Elf ‘n’ Safety warning in future – but to assist me into this exciting world of fashion I wonder if you could see your way clear to lending me your “tarton bondage” dress? After all, I am half Scottish and I assume ‘bondage’ is an allusion to James Bond so I wouldn’t look cissy, would I?

  28. Riz says:

    MODE ET UTOPIE is back!! Please follow the redesigned: http://modeetutopie.wordpress.com/.
    I’ve missed you so much! Please come back and contribute your comments.

    (You really still do have the best blog title!! Hope to see you back – Riz)

  29. anjuna says:

    ahah, now this is brilliant!

  30. Comments for Gala Darling says:

    Hey Sister! I heart your Comments for Jane feature.

    Today, radical self-love fraud Gala Darling turned off her blog comments. What’dya say about doing a Comments for Gala post? Lots of former readers are disgruntled with her after she deleted comments and scammed them.

    Love!

  31. Joy D. says:

    This is amazing. I really want to get in on one of these.

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