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I agree Hot Topic is very expensive. I found some bondage pants at http://www.imderanged.com for less than half the price that it would be at Hot Topic.

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Outta interest, does this topic relate only to American stores? I'm in London, England, and therefore hav the bennefits of Camden Town

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Hmmmm.... Randy River is where I bought some of my shit. They don't really have true Goth clothes, but some of the things they have are good: polyester shirts with Maltese Crosses, black pants with chains already attached, hoodies with skulls *coughs**laaaame**coughs* and studded wristbands and anarchy shirts and stuff like that.

If you have one near you, you might want to check it out. I myself rarely ever go there, since the closest Hot Topic is about an hour away, with easy access (despite the fact that I have no car and there is not a single bus company except the coach kind that goes to Vancouver. Damn.)


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Cool. Yeah, I see those jeans already with trousers, some I see that must weigh the wearer down so much! I mean, one every inch. When I look at those, I always say that they look like the wearer's trying a bit too hard, but I really like them in my head.

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Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:06 am
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Lex Talionis wrote:
Outta interest, does this topic relate only to American stores? I'm in London, England, and therefore hav the bennefits of Camden Town

Mmmmmmm, Camden Town. I'm jealous! I've been to London twice, and each time had but a few scant hours in Camden Town. But I did get some damn cool stuff there, both times.

As far as places I've gone where I actually live: Dillard's frequently has great gothy clothes for the more dressy/romantic look in their clearance special event dresses. I've found a couple of mock corsets and lots of velvet and swooshy long skirts for $10-$20, and they're usually pretty high quality.

I've also found a lot of good stuff at Buffalo Exchange. It's a vintage/used clothing chain (US, mostly western states; the stuff in their online store is WAY expensive) that buys gently used clothes. For that reason, it's hit-or-miss, and sometimes the prices are exhorbitant, but sometimes they've got fabulous stuff for really reasonable prices.

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Cool, cause I've gotta go into a more romantic style, as at the moment, I need a more varied style - I seem to be all industrial. If you've been to Camden, I wouldn't be surprised if you saw Fair Goth Mother? If you're a girl in England, looking for Goth Clothes, wonderful place. As a guy, myself - there are some good things for men, too - not too many though. If we're thinking American, I found a great website, http://www.fuckthemainstream.com - If only I lived in the good old US of A, I'd be ordering stuff all day and all night.

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Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:35 am
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(by the way, Fairy Goth Mother also has a web-page - http://www.fairygothmother.co.uk - doozie, really)

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Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:42 am
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Does anyone know where to get a long black coat?

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horrorfox wrote:
Does anyone know where to get a long black coat?

1) Don't hijack a thread about one topic to ask an unrelated question.
2) Said unrelated question has already been asked in a million other threads. Use the fucking search button.

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Lunamoth wrote:
1) Don't hijack a thread about one topic to ask an unrelated question.
2) Said unrelated question has already been asked in a million other threads. Use the fucking search button.

Ouch

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ive found my fav. shirt at fashion bug its a sleaveless with a zipper across the front... but o ya my point u can go to hot topic evry1nce in a wile but drag it out also u can find major friends almost ne were.........o ya a black coat they have those a gksleeves.com

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try argoth, thats what i use, its really cool.argoth

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I know! Hot Topic is my favorite store, but I just recently began to shop there because I actually had enough money to buy something...I mostly buy earrings..since they're the cheapest things I can afford. I put the expensive things I want on a wishlist and sent it to everyone for the holidays. Heheheehe...I always look in clearance at http://www.hottopic.com

Anyways, Ebay usually has stuff for less. *)

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Well, I agree Hot Topic is expensive, because I just bought some pair of black pants, and they were 55.00! I just get some earings at Hot Topic. The only cheap stores I know are Ebay and Goodwill. ;P

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omenkid wrote:
try argoth, thats what i use, its really cool.argoth

We have an Argoth in our town now. It's so teeny tiny.

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