When worlds collide: Corporette and Decadent Designs

Brooks Brothers on Corporette Dress by Decadent Designs

By now you know Siouxsie is an unabashed fan of Corporette.  It provides somewhat conservative advice as to fashion in the corporate world.  Sure, Siouxsie doesn’t share the same sense of style, but who cares.  It’s a good site to help figure out what the rules are, and how people feel about those rules.

At most, Siouxsie thought that she was one of two goths that read Corporette.  So she was shocked when she saw that a gothic clothing line, Decadent Designs, now advertises on Corporette.   For those unfamiliar, Decadent Designs is a clothing line by Olga Lipnitski.  The clothes are perfect for the modern day Victorian woman.  The designs have been featured in Gothic Beauty and on Haute Macabre.  Olga is a genius and she definitely has a goth vibe in her designs.

What does this mean?  Is the end nigh?  Are there more undercover goths in the corporate world than Siouxsie thought?

Siouxsie must find out what is going on.  She will send a bottle of unopened black nail polish to anyone who knows how this pairing came about.

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~ by siouxsielaw on April 8, 2011.

3 Responses to “When worlds collide: Corporette and Decadent Designs”

  1. I don’t know the connection. But, I clicked on the ad a bunch of times. I hope Olga keeps advertising there.

  2. “Are there more undercover goths in the corporate world than Siouxsie thought?”

    Oh yes, dear. We’re here. We all grew up eventually and (hopefully) got a job. (Some might have married rich but alas! not me.)

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