I had a phase too in my teens. Not emo, more like skater/metal. I didn't buy clothes to fit in though, I just wore what I wanted. Granted we didn't have the internet at the time (well, it existed but it wasn't as useful as it is today), and all you could do was walk into a shop and pick up things you liked.
Wearing a complete set of something that society has decided fits into a style just makes you a wannabe.
It says I try too hard with my very brand specific accessories. You have a lot of cute pieces there. Try to simplify a little so that your choices can stand out more instead of just mashing together. Then everyone will be able to see how cool they are right away :)
Ok that's not emo lol. Emo is an attitude not a fashion style - this style would be called "scene". I used to dress all in scene style when I was around 14, too. It's just like any other fashion trend really so I don't see anything against wearing this, I think it looks cool :)