Hey! Also check out YesStyle. Another wholesaler, looks like it’s out of Hong Kong. There is the standard retinue of prepwear (the ladies section is especially bright), but some of the smaller designers listed, like deepstyle, have some cool vibes. In fact, I’ve noticed a couple shirts that are also carried by VirginBlak.
Also, look at RememberClick:
And there’s a whole section on the site called the Androgynous Fix, which I think works for a lot of us =)
Don’t just buy more clothes, buy better clothes.
tangerineetea asked: Hi! Great blog! :) Do you happen to know anywhere online where you can buy the kind of draped black clothes you post? I know you can find a couple of similar things on ASOS and Romwe but that's all. Thanks :)
Hi! Glad you enjoy it. A lot of the ones I post are outfit shots for big(ish) labels like Boris Bidjan Saberi, Rick Owens, which of course puts them far out of reach of us plebs. But there are smaller(ish) brands like A New Cross, Religion that are more accessible, although the small number runs make the price a bit dear. Interestingly enough, there seems to be quite a bit of the ‘StreetNinjaGoth’ look coming out of South Korea, especially with VirginBlak. They sell some of their own designs, but also help smaller designers market their product. I personally have bought several pieces from them, and they are quite nice, and affordable, although you do have to factor in the sizing difference (they fit quite small!) Also, definitely keep looking at the Asian wholesale sites, there is a surprising amount of trending products on there.
The drapey, cowl, loose-but-still-fitted look is becoming fairly popular, so it wouldn’t surprise me if in the next season or two, you’ll start to see it in the trendier department stores in your area, maybe H&M or something of that nature. The natural benefit of loose drapey clothing like this is that it’s basically unisex, so don’t be afraid to check either department.
Hope this points you in the right direction.