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Vixen Pixie at Bad Reputation

So last night was the last ever, Bad Reputation. I wanted to change my look a little, so decided to go all Black, booby and tight! I accessorised with a pop of colour in the form of red lipstick and the most wonderful headpiece from Pearls and Swine. I have had this headpiece for the longest time, and until last night, couldn’t find an opportunity to wear it.

I love this look as it’s a bit Goth with a few feminine touches (sorry about the lighting):

Myself and Kirsty had the biggest fit of giggles due to me having my picture taken in the toilets…..and in front of bog roll- keeping it classy ‘til the bitter end ;p

This bodysuit was so comfy!

I love this headpiece! It’s so fun and classy at the same time

Headpiece: Pearls and Swine
Bodysuit: Simply Be
Pencil Skirt: Very
Shrug: eBay
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins
Tights: Boots
Lipstick: Rimmel (Colour: Starry-Eyed)

I’m a loser, so was far too scared to go up to the Bad Rep team and thank them. Thank them for creating a safe environment for people like us to meet, have fun and dance with sheer abandon (the only way anyone should ever dance).

It’s so important we have more events like this; we ironically live in a “modern” society where people like us: the queers, geeks (to which I am a proud one!), misfits and fats (me again!) are looked upon with distain and constantly misunderstood. Having a place where we can support and encourage each other is exactly what Bad Reputation is/was- this will be their legacy and they did themselves proud! Can’t wait to see what they do next. Also, many thanks to them for the wonderful gifts of a mixed CD and Zine- too kind!

Bad Rep swag

I had a brilliant night and danced my awful dance, and sung with a full heart : )

‘Til next time folks!


  1. I love that headpiece on you. You are just so beautiful. I really like the latest post. I really started my site as a catharsis of sorts and strange enough, I started believing all the fat activists and bloggers that said to just live your life as you are now. Don't wait to lose that 20, 30 and 40 pounds.

    1. Thank you so much! I love the headpiece too, and definitely love that you have now reached a stage where you feel good about the person you are! It is hard sometimes and everyone has bad days, but know that there is a community who is always here to love and encourage :) x


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