CLOTHES WITH IMPACT
Skinny suits on skinny people, a la John Cooper Clarke, worn with big spiky black hair.
Dark dirty jeans, stained by oily hands, ripped on a nail or from falling off a moving vehicle, another pair of jeans worn over the top, stained by oily hands, etc.
A mohair jumper in greens and blues with a high neck, or striped boatneck black and white or black and red jumpers knitted with huge needles.
A studded belt, worn on the hips, with a loop of chain hanging over your arse.
A mod parker, with a homemade design on the back.
Leopard skin vests in short, textured faux fur worn over a fishnet top or on their own.
A real sixties dress, tight fitting, worn with real old spiky stilettos with perforations in the leather upper.
Buddy Holly glasses.
Tee shirts screenprinted with a suit and tie.
Anything PVC, especially during the day.
Thigh high boots.
Over the knee socks. Or grey socks with sandals.
A long, turquoise 50s skirt with a fitted sleeveless striped shirt in red, purple and yellow,and black peep toe suede heels.
Glossy black teardrop earrings with a black 40s evening dress.
A green wool bakers cap, worn backwards over a sleek blonde bob.
A vee neck cropped feathered cape, in a pale colour.
A gold and orange paisley 60s jumper with a short gold sequinned skirt and long earrings.
A fox tail scarf (vintage, of course) or long skinny scarves worn tied around the neck with the ends hanging down.
Belted high waist tartan shorts with a thin vee neck jumper.
A bullet bra, inside or outside.
A furry boatneck cropped jacket over capris and pointed flats.
A Japanese black kimono over a black rollneck jumper, with lots of chunky silver and semi precious stone rings.
All white: a suit.
Dagger earrings with a mullet.