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This ruffled apron dress features a wholesome graphic print, and layers nicely with most tops. The bodice makes and elastically gathered waist make for a flattering silhouette.
- Cotton and polyester
- Ruffled edges
- Tie-up sides
- Elastic waist
About Ghoul RIP
Whoever you are, be you. Ghoul RIP is an alternative fashion retailer committed to self expression. Whether your look is kawaii, goth, raver, or punk, we've got something for you. Shop these styles and more through our themed collections and categories, with an ever expanding selection of unique items.
From Rejected to Respected: A Girl's Journey in Alternative Fashion
I always felt like I was different. I didn't quite fit in with the other kids at school. They would make fun of me for the things I liked and the way I talked about them. It was like they could see that I was different and they didn't understand it. This rift only grew when I hit my teens and discovered alternative clothes that matched how I really felt inside.
Initially, diving into the world of alternative fashion, I felt insecure but I knew I’d never really feel comfortable in my own skin if I didn’t dress how I wanted. After a while,I began to feel more confident in myself. It was like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I was finally being true to myself and that felt amazing.
I started going to more concerts, parties, and events where alternative fashion was the norm. And the best part was that I felt really included in this community, it was like I had finally found my people, my tribe. We all had something in common - our love of alternative clothes - and that created a strong bond between us.
As my community grew, we started to explore new brands and styles. We were always on the lookout for the latest trends and we were quick to embrace new brands, like Ghoul RIP. Ghoul RIP was like nothing we had ever seen before. Their clothes were perfect, encompassing everything from kawaii clothes to gothic styles to badass Y2K outfits. We fell in love with their style immediately. And as their popularity started to grow, so did ours.
We were finally being recognized for our unique style and taste. We finally felt respected and appreciated by the mainstream fashion industry. It was like the whole world had suddenly woken up to what I had known all along: that alternative fashion is cool, edgy, and most importantly, self-expressive. No longer would we have to search for "where to buy aesthetic clothes?" - we could find them everywhere!
Nowadays, I feel grateful that I found my niche early on. I’m confident in myself and my style, and I love being able to express myself through my clothes. I’m proud to be part of a community that is unapologetically ourselves and that celebrates self-expression in all its forms. From rejected to respected - it’s been quite a journey. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.