Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Review: Black Milk Tea Shop

Hello, everyone! I came back to London about a week ago, and am here until I move to Tokyo at the end of March. 

I was recently sent a garter from Black Milk Tea to review. I'd just like to mention that although this is a sponsored review, these are my own, honest opinions on the product.

The owner of the shop and I exchanged a few emails to discuss the sponsorship, and she was very friendly and always replied quickly. 
I asked for it to be sent to my father's house in London, but this was while I was still in France, so I don't know how quickly it arrived. It was already there when I got back, so it definitely arrived from America in less than 2 weeks.

The garter arrived safely in a padded envelope. 

The product
I was given the X-Garter.

Here's how it looks worn:

 The front half of the garter is made of pleather, and the back is elastic so the size is adjustable. There are now three different sizes available, but there was only one when I was sent mine, so it's a little big  for me and I have to wear it slightly higher on my leg than I usually would.

Cute, heart-shaped clips

My inspiration for this outfit was witches, because I've been really into American Horror Story: Coven recently haha
Garter: Black Milk Tea
Dress: Asos
Necklace: Moi-même-Moitié

All of the garters in the shop are hand made, and it does show a little when you look closely, but it's barely noticeable when you wear it, so it's not really a problem. Everything is affordable, and there are lots of items catering to wearers of gothic styles, and also those who prefer a cuter, pastel look. 


  1. nice review and the garter really looks good on you !

  2. Such a nice garter, it looks lovely on you!


  3. Uh I am really sorry but... is it okay for them to make them? They look REALLY similar to the ones Creepyyeha makes. I've seen crappy replicas but just to be sure, is it okay for them to do that?

    1. Well, I doubt they're going to get arrested or anything. I can see similarities, but it's not exactly the same, and I doubt that Creepyyeha was the first to make this style of garter.
      Legally, unless it's copyrighted or something, I'm pretty sure it's okay. Morally, that's for you to decide. Personally, I don't have a problem with it (and I say this as a fan and customer of Creepyyeha).

  4. Aww~ it looks so beautiful on you^^

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