Recollection of the angst we possessed in our youth can always be found in the now classic nineties film The Craft. Wishing for supernatural powers to take care of life’s problems may not be within our grasp but we can always invoke the spirit of Rochelle (Rachel True) and the rest of The Craft coven with a few gothic pieces. Although they technically weren’t the kind of coven that beckoned bubble bubble toil and trouble over a cauldron, if Rochelle ever tried to cook anything I’m sure she’d have used something similar to the witches’ kitchen special edition multi-leaf stacked set by Artecnica. What I loved about Rachel True’s style in The Craft was the jewelry, especially after all the uniforms and odd (definitely nineties) ensembles, this one-eyed skull ring from Clovis has that same aura of dark energy. Nothing says Catholic school girl quite like a pleated skirt, but after wearing them myself for four years, I have no desire to slip into any version of that plaid staple – instead this simple black Therapy pleated skirt will do just fine. Studs and spikes were a trademark for the girls of The Craft and these Alexander McQueen boots are definitely witch worthy. Now if only I could get Rachel’s coif of defined curls I’d be set.