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CyberCandy
04-01-2011, 03:10 AM
I'm really in love with cybergoth/punk type clothing, but i've actually had. The online store where I had plan to buy my cyberlox shut down when I had money for them. And every other store is in the UK. SO! I was wondering if any of you knew of some good online places to purchase cybergoth/punk stuff. I perfer the stores to be based in the US, but I guess I'd be okay with it being overseas as long as they have what I want.

ballet shoes
04-01-2011, 07:05 AM
I'm in the UK BUT I think the best US site for cyber clothing/accessories is definately Cryoflesh www.cryoflesh.com

US people could probably give you a few more reccomendations. With regards to cyberlox I can't really help I'm afraid :( I have always bought lox and dreadfalls, pretty much any hair piece from friends as a heck of a lot of mine make them themselves and sell them online, but obviously theyre UK based. I think your best waiting for a US person to reply. Good luck I hope you find what your looking for :)

Kaoru133
04-01-2011, 11:04 PM
ikickshins.net is great for hair stuff! California based :3

CyberCandy
04-02-2011, 12:28 AM
thanks C:

I've heard of cryoflesh before, but nothing really caught my eye enough for me to actually buy from there x.x

daylight
04-02-2011, 12:33 AM
http://stores.ebay.com/cyb3rburn

friend linked me to this store a few days ago. great goggles, not too expensive

CyberCandy
04-20-2011, 09:39 PM
are there any good places to get some hair falls/cyberlox online?

I'm more into buying cyberlox and goggles at the moment :)

wonderland-chan
04-21-2011, 10:29 PM
you cloud try looking on estcy, I have seen some cool cyber items on there.

CyberCandy
04-22-2011, 04:21 AM
you cloud try looking on estcy, I have seen some cool cyber items on there.

i've always avoided estcy for some reason. But i'll check it out 8D

i know kaboodle has a lot, but most of the links end up being sold out n junk xD

Rikuzue
04-22-2011, 06:22 PM
I Kick Shins sells Cyberlox, dreadfalls and goggles!

I haven't looked in to the prices of Cyberloxs much but Cyberloxs from I Kick Shins seem to be a decent price and they can be trusted. ^^ [lol, theyre SOO much cheaper than dreadfalls]

Chyster
05-08-2011, 03:32 PM
I Kick Shins sells Cyberlox, dreadfalls and goggles!

I haven't looked in to the prices of Cyberloxs much but Cyberloxs from I Kick Shins seem to be a decent price and they can be trusted. ^^ [lol, theyre SOO much cheaper than dreadfalls]

THIS.

And if you're in the US, check out Spacepod Clubwear (http://www.spacepodclubwear.com/). They aren't SUPER expensive(decently priced since they're handmade), and the girl who runs the shop is super sweet and nice. :D

CyberCandy
05-08-2011, 05:08 PM
THIS.

And if you're in the US, check out Spacepod Clubwear (http://www.spacepodclubwear.com/). They aren't SUPER expensive(decently priced since they're handmade), and the girl who runs the shop is super sweet and nice. :D

thanks i'll check it out :]

Zhor'Fughakee
06-23-2011, 06:28 PM
You could as I always suggest, buy on eBay, I saw a LOT of cyberlox there, they are innexpensive, or if you want, you can buy tubular crin and make your own. I bought goggles for strawberryskull on eBay 2 years ago, but they were expensive =/ I paid $50 for them...

Jacq
06-28-2011, 12:19 PM
Hair falls are VERY easy to make yourself. I used to make them quite a bit when I was into raving.
I used extra thick elastic hair bands as my anchor/attachment. I've had friends use everything from lace to material scraps. It's really your own preference. I liked hair bands because they require no tying, which makes for fast and easy removal. (So if they got messed up while I was dancing I could take them out and re-do them in a couple seconds, instead of having a gf find the knot and untie them, I also felt they stayed in place better).
Anywho, take your fall material and cut it double the length you want it to fall, then at tie it to your anchor at it's mid point. Any simple knot will do. For added thickness take a second piece of fall and tie it onto the first one that's attached to the anchor.
Be wary of weight though! Things like rexlace or lanyard become VERY heavy and have the tendency to slip out of your hair and give you headaches :(

Jacq
06-28-2011, 12:22 PM
http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v3009/126/52/667696485/n667696485_2131917_2870405.jpg
^One pair of home-made falls. They aren't super cyber as my costume for that party was a cartoon character :P So I used different types of yarn and ribbon to make them.
Get really creative with materials. Try ripping out the ribbon from an old VHS tape. That stuff looks great in cyber falls!

Master-Aqua
06-29-2011, 03:15 AM
Cyberdog (http://shop.cyberdog.net/) , Futurstate (http://www.futurstate.com/) and PlastikARMY (http://www.plastikarmy.com/) ship internationally. :)

xxpixel8xx
06-30-2011, 02:23 PM
Honestly if you can deal with shipping times http://allycatmetalware.com/shop/ is my favorite shop. The stuff there is extremely original looking compared to a lot of other places. Futurstate is also another good shop and are actually Canadian. So is cryoflesh they all are really friendly btw. Etsy does have some nice cyberlox but the good ones are 50 dollars or more. And of course get something from cyberdog.