Gothic Fashion – ways to get that “Goth” look! Goths are individual and diverse! Whether you’re in to the Goth “scene” or not, you need to admit, Goths have STYLE! Here you’ll find tips on Gothic fashion, clothes, locks, make-up, accessories and jewelry, along with tutorials on how to use Goth make-up (for women AND guys! You can also find lots of news, videos and links to other Gothic resources. Where Does The Word “Gothic” Come From? Why are Goths called “Goths”? Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network accounts. 0 of 8192 character types usedPost CommentNo HTML is allowed in remarks, but URLs will be hyperlinked.
Comments aren’t for promoting your write-ups or other sites. I was what I’d call Proto-Victorian/Edwardian-Goth/Steampunk back in the mid and past due 60’s. Still am today, even if my locks is silver precious metal now rather than (normally) black. Among my favorite accessories is the parasol — I’ve heaps of them, from severe to flouncy — and I wear studded collars and cuffs even today.
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Perhaps thankfully, I haven’t any children to rib me about my chosen setting of dress! I love the jewelry! Wow – great collection! Love the goth look! I love the fact that there surely is not a value what others think. Much confidence within the goth world. My favorite lens, I like everything related to Gothic.
I been looking for this information from very long time ago. Apart from these details I noticed a lot of things about Gothic Culture and Gothic people behavior and attitude. Thanks for sharing this stuff dear. I’m not directly into goth, but I sure like those goth corsets on women. Goth fashion is for life not for Halloween just! Interesting, and a little creepy. Great occasions when I used to be always a goth.
I like the blue hair, I’d own it in purple, easily was young enough to get away with it. I am not into the fashion but appreciate those who do. Gothic Lolita appears good. Excellent Lens, i love Goth fashion. Love the Lens, great work! I liked viewing the goth make-up videos.
This is an amazing and Awesome lens. Thanks for posting such a nice lens. Done Nicely, Continue your great work! Yes, Gothics do have style. Enjoyed your videos. Great display and very detailed. Blessed by a Squid Angel. Another great zoom lens. Really detailed. Great little (heh) lens you have here.
I liked spending time going through it, reading and watching the videos. Keep up the nice work! I feel like Goth used to be a complete lot more popular. Am I incorrect or has it changed a little bit just? My daughter is Goth. I am going to send her your zoom lens. Great work on this lens. 8D This lens rocks !.
The only thing it’s missing is the Goth2Boss video from IT Crowd. Great pics. Love all the various goth styles. Demonia boots will be the best. I love the corsets and boots. My partner loves this lens, and this look. A lovey source for aspiring goths! I really like the goth / victorian look and appreciate the Cure!
Quite the enchanting lens — seriously — I love it. Gothic clothing is dark but great! Products created by Sharaya Brooks Miracle, featuring her artwork, victorian inspired items, cryptozoology/paranormal related items, and more curiosities! I think I’d go for the jewellery. 7 i PopCulture – Congrats. Glad to see you have the Purple Star for this! Very informative, great offer of pictures and easy to follow video tips.