Can you imagine a world without Wednesdays?
Well neither can we!
Without all our little evil Wednesdays we wouldn’t have any dark hearted little bundles of Hell…0oops….we mean JOY!
Im sure we all know the perfect “Wednesday” for our spookilicious and delightfully dark gown….. and let’s face it, all us spooky gals were little Wednesdays at some point weren’t we?
Just look at this wondrous creation. Hand crafted in the darkest black cotton fabric, trimmed in angelic white (other colours available), it is perfect for the cute little Wednesday Addams or Lenore in your life.
We have given it a full and gathered netting underskirting – perfect for ghoulish tea parties in the graveyard……
Fully lined, and fastens with a zip in the back.
We can create this gown in black/white, black/red, black/purple, black/pale pink, black/orange, black/lime green
Made to Order only in UK Ages Newborn to 5 years old, or custom made to measure.
THE TERRIBLE TWISTED TALE OF THE HOUSE OF GOTH (or something like that)
In the North of England, the west coast to be exact, there is a small town called Workington.
In this small town there lived a Goth; this goth loved dressing up!
However, she could never seem to find things which fit perfectly or made her feel beautiful and unique.
One day, whilst her mother was searching in an old cupboard, a dusty old Singer sewing machine was found. It was one of those old creaky ones which was hand operated. This sewing machine had been given to the Goth many, many years earlier during her childhood by her step-mother Pauline, who had also given her a few lessons in sewing.
Dragging it out from the depths of the dark cupboard, and brushing away the spider carcasses and webs it was discovered that the old machine still worked!
And lo and behold, the Goth found that she had a natural talent for sewing and designing…..at first merely creating unique and theatrical designs for herself.
In time, after being complimented on her clothing….usually in various bars and clubs in England and Scotland…..the Goth decided that she would try her hand at maybe selling a couple of her designs on eBay.
Goths from all over the world went crazy for her designs!
Then came the name….’Madame Le Goth’ was born in the year 2000 when a work colleague jokingly called the Goth it.
Madame Le Goth has so far created garments for clients from every corner of the world, designed costumes for movies & stage, appeared in a number of magazines & publications, worked with some of the worlds top gothic & alternative models, and has even been imortalised in a novel!
Not bad for a Goth from a small town eh?
The label is now called House of Goth, and Madame Le Goth will now be known just as Sharon Goth (but will always be Madame Le Goth!)…
The designs will continue to be fabulous, stunning, creepy and theatrical!