Spooky Goth Playlist while ‘Bobbing for Apples’Posted: October 31, 2021 Filed under: Entertainment, Vintage | Tags: 1980's, BDSM, D/s, dievca, flashback, Goth, Halloween 2021, music, Pin-Up, submissive 2 Comments
Tired of “Monster Mash” and the “Adams’ Family Theme”?
Perhaps these 80’s throwback sounds are for you.
(video links below the graphic)
Siouxsie and the Banshees – Happy House
Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
Spandu Ballet – To Cut a Long Story Short
The Church – Under the Milky Way
Violent Femmes – Gone Daddy Gone
Ministry – (Every Day) is Halloween
A “Thank You” to Kate from Mirror80 for the Dark and Moody beats from the 1980’s!
Did you ever wonder?Posted: January 11, 2019 Filed under: Fashion, Shoes | Tags: BDSM, bondage, Cosplay, dievca, fashion, Goth, Gothic fashion, Kink, Presentation Outfits, Shoe fetishism, Shopping Leave a comment
Where those drastic Goth Platform Boots came from?
If Doc Martens are not enough for your Goth-vibe.
Opening Ceremony is offering the brand “New Rock”
New Rock is a footwear brand from Spain that has been in the shoe-making business since 1929. The label is known for their alternative, goth, and biker-style boots, featuring thick platform rubber soles, over-sized tongues and bold metallic accessories.
They are not really for Master’s dievca – but perhaps a Goth BDSM – someone out there with a want or a need.
Bing Bang TheoryPosted: March 29, 2014 Filed under: Jewelry | Tags: BDSM, bondage, D/s, Dominant, Elegant, erotic, fashion, Goth, Kink, Master, Slave, submissive 12 Comments
Bing and Bang – like most four letter words – are far bigger than the sum of their parts. The design of the eponymous line of jewelry follows the tradition of its founder, Anna Sheffield. Her background in the blacksmith’s shop still holds true today, with use of hammer and anvil in the making of BB products, most of which are made in the NYC studio.
Since its inception, the Bing Bang brand has adhered to these four aesthetic themes: the Punk Rock ethos, Native American arts and amulets, Victorian keepsakes, and the ever-relevant street culture of New York City.
The price points are very reasonable, the pieces are fun and rock! Check out the website for items to add a little quirk to your presentation outfits for Sir or Madam. Bing Bang NYC