Another advance no-post warning: yes, I'm sneaking off again tomorrow! April is not a good months for daily posts... :-( but I will catch up when I get back, don't you worry...
This review may be slightly biased... I must confess to having a particular affinity for Tribal Voice. When I was much younger (as in, aged six or seven) I was on holiday with my parents when we stumbled across a shop that I firmly believe was Tribal Voice (was it even around in those days? Hell, I don't know for sure! But I'm convinced it was, I tell you, convinced!). I had never seen Goth clothes before, and after staring at rails of lace and velvet clothes in beautiful black and deep jewel tones, I picked up a cobwebbed sleeve and announced to my amused mother, "I'm going to dress like this when I'm older."
And hey, guess what? I was right!
So, anyway, when I was on holiday in the area recently(ish), I re-discovered Tribal Voice. It's a great shop, and I managed to pick up really unusual gifts for all of my (non-Gothy) friends from their selection of interesting oddities. I loved the alternative mannequins in the window, too! (And the one on the skateboard hanging from the ceiling was pretty darn awesome).
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There is a reasonable menswear selection too, spanning the range from hoodies and baggy bondage pants to elegant pirate shirts.
Worth dropping by, or you can check out Tribal Voice online here.