Anonymous said: Do you dress like a goth at the museum you work for or do you change into more normal clothing?
Mostly the limits on what I wear at the museum are self-imposed, like I don’t wear my t-shirt with the fetal skull on it while I’m greeting visitors at the front desk, and the like. I’ve started adopting a more corp-Goth type wardrobe for working at the museum because it makes me feel more professional (and curatorial/research work is what I’d like to continue doing for my career), but I’m really lucky that they don’t very much care what I wear?
This is what I wore to work this past Sunday, for example:
(Sorry about my lack of nose, my room faces east so I get the full sunrise in the mornings)
The pencil skirt and black scoop-neck t-shirt (and the black wedges that you can’t see) are still office-appropriate while the lace shrug, bat necklace (which you can see better in my selfie from that day here), and bow belt help make it feel more “me.”
Hope that explains things?