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Gothic Clothing, Fashion And Make-Up - How To Get The "Goth Look"!

Updated on July 21, 2017

Gothic Fashion - how to get that "Goth" look!

Goth Clothes...Goth Fashion...Goth Style...Goth Make-Up...Goth Hair...get the Gothic "Look" !

  • Rich jewel colours, sensual textures such as velvet, satin and lace combined with leather and PVC
  • Antique clothes worn with bondage gear
  • Fishnets, thigh boots, chains and spikes
  • Corsets and cleavage
  • Vampires and Victorians
  • Cyber Goths and Caberet Goths
  • Romantic Goths and GothLolis
  • Steampunk and Deathrock

Goths are diverse and individual!

Whether you're into the Goth "scene" or not, you've got to admit, Goths have STYLE!...and Gothic fashion is VERY sexy too :)

The aim of this page is to look at what constitutes Goth fashion and to help you achieve a "Goth-look"!

Here you'll find tips on Gothic fashion, clothes, hair, make-up, jewelry and accessories, along with tutorials on how to apply Goth make-up (for girls AND guys!).

You'll also find lots of news, videos and links to other Gothic resources.

Gothic clothes stall in Camden Market, London
Gothic clothes stall in Camden Market, London | Source

Where Does The Word "Gothic" Come From?

Why are Goths called "Goths"?

The word "Goth" is derived from "barbarian" Germanic tribes (Visigoths & Ostrogoths) who from the 3rd - 6th centuries opposed the Roman Empire.

The word "Gothic" later became applied to an unconventional style of medieval architecture and later still to a genre of literature which focused on death & the supernatural.

In the late 1970s the phrase "Gothic Rock" was used to describe a post-Punk musical style. A subculture grew and developed from these origins with followers known as "Goths"

Gothic Culture & Fashion

Stereotypical goths?
Stereotypical goths? | Source

What Is Goth Fashion?

A personal definition of Gothic fashion

Ask most people the question "What is Goth fashion?" and the answer would probably contain the words "long black clothes", "eyeliner" and "vampires"!

But there's a LOT more to Goth fashion than that!

It's true that lots of Goths do tend to favour black, but this is often used as a base colour and contrasted with bright, bold colours for clothing, hair, make-up and accessories.

The term "Gothic Fashion" encompasses a broad range of styles and fabrics.

Gothic clothing can both hide the body shape with loose, flowing clothes and emphasise it with tight corsets and trousers. It can be severe and aggressive with it's use of leather, PVC, studs, laces, buckles and zips and also delicate and sensual with luxurious fabrics such as velvet, lace and satin. Often the two extremes are combined.

There's no one "Goth look". There are no restrictions. Goths wear what they feel like wearing and freely experiment by mixing and matching until they achieve a look that they feel comfortable with.

Gothic fashion encompasses many distinct and diverse Goth styles, beliefs, cultures and lifestyles including Cyber Goths, Romantic Goths, Vampire Goths, Cabaret Goths and Aristocrat, Dandy, Medieval, Victorian, Edwardian and Steampunk fashion.

Goth fashion has no boundaries. It welcomes everyone on equal terms, regardless of gender, size or age.

It is diverse, stylish and individual - no-one makes a unique personal statement like a Goth...and that's what makes Gothic fashion so great!

A Video Tour Of Gothic Fashion - Gothic fashion in pictures

The band Bauhaus were an early Gothic rock group
The band Bauhaus were an early Gothic rock group | Source

The Development Of Gothic Fashion

The evolution of goth fashion

Starting in the late 1970s and early 1980s, goth became not just a musical style but also a fashion movement, influenced by contemporary goth musicians such as Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Cure, Bauhaus, Southern Death Cult, The Damned, Sisters of Mercy, The Mission and Fields of the Nephilim.

The look was typified by elaborately back-combed "big hair" dyed jet black and sometimes shaved at the sides to form a wide "Mohican".

Skin was always deathly pale and early goths wore tight black clothes, pointed boots and lots of silver jewellery often using religious designs from early European and ancient Egyptian culture such as Coptic and Celtic crosses and Ankhs.

They teamed this with black leather biker jackets, skin-tight black jeans, mini skirts and T-shirts, black fishnet stockings and black sunglasses.

Some goths mixed elements of goth fashion with the New Romantic style, incorporating loose, white ruffled shirts and flowing scarves.

In the early 1990s, the media interest in goth music waned, but the goth subculture rooted in the goth clubs and independent record labels survived.

It was greatly boosted by a series of hit films with a "dark Gothic" feel such as "The Crow", "Edward Scissorhands" and "Interview With the Vampire" and this focused a great deal of new interest onto the goth scene.

Since then goth fashion has evolved and diversified as new elements have been added to make an ecelctic mix of styles.

Many goths now wear clothes influenced by 18th or early 19th century fashion in fabrics such as silk, velvet and lace.

Combat trousers and chunky platform boots, striped tights and leggings and neon colours now mix with the traditional goth black base colour and styles have been incorporated from other subcultures such as Cyberpunk. Techno and the BDSM and fetish scene.

Hair now tends to be longer and straighter as the teased big hair look of the 1980s has given way to new ideas. Other styles such as brightly coloured hair extensions and pony tails are now part of the goth look, as are tattoos and body piercings.

Goth Culture - A video interpretation of gothic culture

Goth Definitions - What is "Goth"?

There isn't a precise definition of "Goth", just as there isn't just one "Goth Look"...here's some links to other sites that explore the diversity and origins of the Goth "scene"...

Vampire Goth Fashion

Vampire Goth fashion
Vampire Goth fashion | Source

Vampire Goth

Goths + vampires...where would fashion retailers be without them?

For the uninitiated, the image of the "Vampire Goth" is stereotypical.

It's the popular image of goths...teenagers who eagerly soak up the latest vampire themed literature, films and TV series and walk around dressed like an extra from "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" or proclaiming that they're "in love" with characters from Stephenie Mayer's "Twilight Saga"!

But the roots of "Vampire Goth" go back much further than that.

The description "Gothic Fiction" was first used way back in the late 18th century to apply to a genre of literature that combines elements of both horror and romance.

Often referred to as "Gothick Horror", common themes are foggy graveyards, crumbling castles, remote haunted houses, attics, vampires, demons, evil monks, skeletons, hidden family secrets, virginal damsels in distress and a dashing romantic hero figure!

Many classics of literature fall into the "Gothic" category, such as Dracula, Frankenstein, Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Phantom of the Opera and most of Edgar Allan Poe's work!

In more modern times, the popularity of this genre has continued with Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles and numerous other novels, series, films and TV shows along similar themes.

Vampire Goths use a lot of the imagery and clothing styles used in Gothic Fiction/Gothick Horror.

Vampire goths usually try to look like vampires - ranging from the beautiful to the grotesque.

Common fashion elements are primarily black clothing with red accents, cloaks, long, straight hair, pale, pale skin, long red fingernails, fangs and often the use of make-up to simulate blood.

For some, it's just fun to dress up...for others, it's more than that and the desire to "be" a vampire is real!

Vampire Goths at the "Texas Renaissance Festival
Vampire Goths at the "Texas Renaissance Festival | Source

Gothic Vampire Girls Music Video: Soulidium & Vicious Angelz

Victorian Goth & Steampunk Fashion

Victorian Goth & Steampunk - Edwardian, Dandy, Aristocrat, Madam and Steampunk fashion

Victorian Goth and Steampunk fashion
Victorian Goth and Steampunk fashion | Source

I've lumped quite a few related styles together here as they have common elements.

Generally speaking, this style includes genuine antique clothing or clothing inspired by historical styles.

It includes items such as formal gowns, corsets, bodices, petticoats, and bustles for women and suits with waistcoats, coats, spats and military uniforms for men.

Hats are worn by both genders.

Victorian and Edwardian goths often carry related accessories such as parasols, evening bags and walking canes.

Aristocrat/Madam styles include long sleeve blouses and shirts, long skirts, trousers and corsets that are styled similarly for men and women and are focused on androgyny and elegance.

Especially in the case of steampunk fashion, retro styles are frequently mixed with anachronisms with a modern material such as PVC clothing worn with antique flying goggles or a top hat etc.

Victorian Goth & Steampunk Photo Gallery

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Steampunk Style! - A pictorial guide to steampunk fashion

CyberGoth Fashion

Cybergoth fashion
Cybergoth fashion | Source

CyberGoth

Cyberculture

If the default image of a goth is black//vampire/retro, then cybergoth can be considered the opposite end of the goth spectrum.

Cybergoths favour bright neon colours mixed with black clothing often made from reflective or shiny materials such as rubber or PVC to create a "futuristic" effect.

This is worn with huge platform shoes and boots and industrial and technical influenced accessories such as goggles, gas masks, medical masks and prosthetics.

Hair can be streaked with contrasting colours and hair extensions are often used which are usually brightly coloured and sometimes made of artificial materials such as plastic tubing, wool or electrical wire.

Make-up is futuristic and may incorporate fluorescent or metallic colours. Colored or patterned contact lenses are sometimes used to give a "non-human" effect.

Many cybergoths have multiple body piercings and sometimes other forms of body modification.

Cybergoths
Cybergoths | Source

Cyber Goth style slideshow

GothLoli Fashion

GothLoli fashion
GothLoli fashion | Source
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GothLoli

Loli-Goths, Gosurori, Goth-Loli and Harajuku

This style is BIG in Japan.

It originated in the 1970s and refers to a look that is inspired by Victorian children's clothing. Over time, the original "little girl" elements of this fashion style have been added to and several "style subcultures" have developed.

In GothLoli fashion, the clothes still consist of knee length skirts or dresses, layered petticoats, tights or knee length socks, rocking horse shoes or platform boots worn with headdresses or hats, but unlike traditional pastel shades that are usual in children's clothing, black, dark blues or reds or deep purple with coloured accents are the norm.

GothLoli accessories include jewellery based on religious symbols such as crosses and ankhs, with bags and purses in "morbid" shapes and designs such as coffins, skulls, bats etc. Frilly parasols and lace gloves and mittens in dark colours are often used.

Make up tends towards dark eyeliner, smokey eyes and red, purple or black lipstick used to provide a dramatic look.

Hair tends to be worn long and as Japanese hair is usually dark, it is often bleached, streaked or coloured to provide a contrast.

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Japanese street style (Harajuku, Goth Loli)

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Gothic Make-Up

Goth make-up tutorials for Goth girls and Goth guys!

How to achieve perfect Goth make up

If you liked the pendant and choker Bunny Alexander was wearing in the video above, here's a very similar one available from Amazon.com!

Stunning Gothic makeup tutorial from the awesome AdoraBatBrat!

Make Up For Goth Guys - Step by step guide to Goth makeup for guys from Gothtec

Gothicgrowler's makeup tutorial for male Goths

Speeded up video showing how to do Goth make up for men!

Goth Hair

Goth hairstyles

Want hair like Siouxie Sioux? Watch this video to find out how to get BIG Gothic hair

How to do a DeathHawk!

Gothic Guestbook - Do you love the Goth look? Tell us about it!

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      Dejalove 4 years ago

      Love this ! :)

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      SororPeregrina 4 years ago

      LOL!!! I was what I'd call Proto-Victorian/Edwardian-Goth/Steampunk back in the mid and late 60's. Still am today, even if my hair is silver now instead of (naturally) black. One of my favorite accessories is the parasol -- I have heaps of them, from severe to flouncy -- and I wear studded collars and cuffs to this day. Perhaps fortunately, I don't have any children to rib me about my chosen mode of dress!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      hahaha wow i had this style before i even knew it was a style... that's very interesting :D

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      JennaBaxton 5 years ago

      I would've loved this lens when I was in high school :P

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      TriciaLymeMom 5 years ago

      great lens...I'm fascinated by Gothic and it's nice to see a good "crash course"

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      poshbytori lm 5 years ago

      I love the jewelry!

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      aquarian_insight 5 years ago

      Wow - great collection!

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      eternisemoi 5 years ago

      I love the goth look ^^

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      KReneeC 5 years ago

      Love the goth look! I love the fact that there is not a care about what others think. Much confidence within the goth world.

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      mistyblue75605 lm 5 years ago

      :0)

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      allenwebstarme 5 years ago

      My favorite lens, I like everything related to Gothic. I been looking for this information from long time ago. Apart from this information I heard many things about Gothic Culture and Gothic people behavior and attitude. Thanks for sharing this stuff dear.

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      JanezKranjski 5 years ago

      I'm not in to goth, but I sure like those goth corsets on women.

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      LouiseKirkpatrick 6 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      @baby-strollers: I disagree...Goth fashion is for life not just for Halloween! ;)

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      baby-strollers 6 years ago

      Fun for halloween....

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      pawpaw911 6 years ago

      Interesting, and a little creepy.

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      ErHawkns7100 6 years ago

      Great times when I used to be a goth.

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      Stacy Birch 6 years ago

      I like the blue hair, I'd have it in purple, if I was young enough to get away with it.

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      fugeecat lm 6 years ago

      love the make up how to section.

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      dnmarket 6 years ago

      I am not in to the fashion but appreciate those who do. No judgement, here.

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      lucyvivian 6 years ago

      Wild images, amazing! Gothic Lolita looks good.

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      punkgrinder 6 years ago

      Excellent Lens, i love Goth fashion. Love the Lens, great work!

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      orange3 lm 6 years ago

      Great lens! I liked watching the goth make-up videos. Thanks for sharing.

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      wolfie10 6 years ago

      very interesting lens. never knew there was so much around

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      MQWilson 6 years ago

      great lens on goth fashion..

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      rosytaylor 6 years ago

      Hi! This is an amazing and Awesome lens. Thanks for sharing such a nice lens. Nicely done, Keep up your great work!

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      TeddySteele1 6 years ago

      Scary and yet something draws me to cyber goth girlies :P

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This lens is interesting

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      Laniann 6 years ago

      Yes, Gothics do have style. Enjoyed your videos. Great presentation and very detailed. Blessed by a Squid Angel.

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      FunkyJewelleryUK 6 years ago

      Another great lens. Really detailed. Nice work! :)

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      Sanguinarius 6 years ago

      Great little (heh) lens you have here. I enjoyed spending some time going through it, reading and watching the videos. Keep up the good work!

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      Angela_Rosas 6 years ago

      I feel like Goth used to be a lot more popular. Am I wrong or has it just changed a little bit?

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      My daughter is Goth. I am going to send her your lens. Great work on this lens.

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      cuteordeath 6 years ago

      8D This lens is awesome. The only thing it's missing is the Goth2Boss video from IT Crowd.

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      tiddlywings 6 years ago

      Amazing lens, so detailed in all aspects =) you should check out my lenses and tell ma what you think. i'd appreciate it alot, im still a newbie here. Thx =) xx

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great pics. Love all the different goth fashions. Something for everyone.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Excellent! Demonia boots are the best. Love the fashion.

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      Jen 6 years ago from Canada

      I love the corsets and boots.

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      B_Gollihue 6 years ago

      My wife loves this lens, and this look. Great lens

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      TightsOnline 6 years ago

      A lovey resource for aspiring goths! I love the goth / victorian look and adore the Cure!

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      CashInTheHand LM 6 years ago

      Quite the charming lens -- seriously -- I like it.

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      Philippians468 6 years ago

      very interesting. i never knew much about this topic. great lens!

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      adwanco 6 years ago

      very nice and interesting site.good job

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      polly72 lm 6 years ago

      Very interesting lens and styles

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      CheapWebDesign 6 years ago

      Gothic clothing is dark but great!

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      maxnic11 7 years ago

      very diverse!

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      Sharaya 7 years ago

      Products designed by Sharaya Brooks Miracle, featuring her artwork, victorian inspired items, cryptozoology/paranormal related items, and more curiosities!

      http://www.squidoo.com/Sharaya

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      moonlitta 7 years ago

      I think I'd go for the jewellery.

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      diabolus lm 7 years ago

      #7 i PopCulture - Congrats.

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      gothicmomma02 7 years ago

      the goth community on my end of ohio has been and is still dieing slowly..since hott topic was bought out by abercrombie and fitch we dont really have anywhere but online stores to shop...its sad when a bunch of preppys are telling us what goth clothes are...sigh

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      Kate Loving Shenk 7 years ago from Lancaster PA

      Glad to see you got the Purple Star for this!! and well deserved!!

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      indigomoth 7 years ago from New Zealand

      So much information! Very cool. Cheers.

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      jwindsor375 lm 7 years ago

      Intense lens! great work

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      Tamara14 7 years ago

      Awesome! Very informative, great offer of pictures and easy to follow video tips. Thanks for sharing.

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      Bibilamb 7 years ago

      love it!

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      wintersquidoo 7 years ago

      Thumbs up!

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      Katrina Marie Britt 7 years ago from Oregon

      Cool lens.

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      ArdenBaird LM 7 years ago

      Great lens! I've always been partial to velvet and lace myself.

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      cooldiet 7 years ago

      Wow! That's really amazing! Awesome!

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      sukkran trichy 7 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      well presented, informative and interesting lens. i enjoyed.

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      ZablonMukuba 7 years ago

      nice lens i love goth

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      badmsm 7 years ago

      Well executed lens! Added to my fashion quest list... ;)

      Please visit my new lens: http://www.squidoo.com/ladies-in-lavendar

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Great lens, great illustration. Big thumbs up.

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      DianaPrice LM 7 years ago

      I still love the gothic look...but then I am a child of the 80s!

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      Barbara Isbill 7 years ago from New Market Tn 37820

      A Fascinating lens. Thumbs up!

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      CliveAnderson LM 7 years ago

      Outstanding lens, amazing information and pictures, a true work of art. Have lensrolled with my Armor Ring and Vampire Lenses. There is just so much to see and get ingrossed in here... Thank you.

      Warm Regards,

      Clive Anderson

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      jgelien 7 years ago

      I don't know that I love the Goth look but I certainly find it fascinating. Thank you for a very cool lens.

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      drifter0658 lm 7 years ago

      Just thought I'd make this my first visit on my second tour with the leather wings. Oh...yeah, I was also trying to see if I could steal a date from here :D

      Smell the smoke of a burn out blessing? This lens is featured at: https://hubpages.com/community/chaotic-good

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      CoolFoto 7 years ago

      very complete!

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      Mortira 7 years ago

      This is a great resource! Love all the photos and videos, thank you for sharing!

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      kt_glasses 7 years ago

      so cool! great lens here!

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      spunkyduckling 7 years ago

      Imagine my seven year old niece knows what goth / gothic is! How did I know she knew that/ She was telling me her mom (my sister) loves gothic clothing. Very informative lens you got here. Thank you for sharing. I think I might have a little gothic in me somewhere. :)

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      tmiller2 7 years ago

      Wow, packed lens.

      The goth look is very beautiful when rocked with confidence.

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      SusansZooCrew 7 years ago

      What a informative lens! Going to have to come back to this one closer to halloween!

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      dandbal 7 years ago

      this is a great lens. I loved the Gothic look a la The Crow back in the day.

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      bechand 7 years ago

      I Heard that Oceanus and Tethys's girls are tired of hand-me downs - maybe they can find something gothic from your page for back to school ! - THANKS ! (will let them know !)

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      Petstrel LM 7 years ago

      I love goths :)

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Massive information on gothic makeup and costumes. Some of them are terrific and some scary. Eeeeeeeeeeeek..............!!! Favorited.

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      Paula Atwell 7 years ago from Cleveland, OH

      Okay this is just an amazing lens. Lots of great descriptions and a lot of fun too. I want to wear goth just once for my mom to totally freak her out. Nope, that urge does not go away when you are no longer a teenager.

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      Tarra99 7 years ago

      wow...this lens is PACKED! ...great info, tons of pictures...details on everything!...right down to the last earring!...well done!

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      hexagon 7 years ago

      Great lens on the subject!

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      Leanne Chesser 7 years ago

      This is an awesome lens! I do love the Goth look and this is such a thorough lens that I'll be back to learn more!

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      Dee Gallemore 7 years ago

      You've done a fantastic job here . . . Great images and information!

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      drifter0658 lm 7 years ago

      I DO love the Goth look, and until now, didn't realize how close I come to dressing the part when I suit up for the asphalt seas. I do think corsets are a fabulous spectator sport ;)

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      RichLeighHD 7 years ago

      A really in depth and interesting lens!

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      Sherry Venegas 7 years ago from La Verne, CA

      This is a fabulous lens. You have nicely covered the subject. While I was enjoying this I started to wonder why is body adornment so hugely in vogue? It seems to be a big past time and in dozens of countries.

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      Linda Hoxie 7 years ago from Idaho

      So many choices here, great lens!

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      Mary Beth Granger 7 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

      Very well done lens...interesting. Blessed by a SquidAngel

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      teamlane 7 years ago

      Very nice work here! :)

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      hlkljgk 7 years ago from Western Mass

      wow! great photos, videos, info, tips and accessories!

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      Kiwisoutback 7 years ago from Massachusetts

      The GOTH look really hasn't gone anywhere over the past couple of decades. It seems pretty static and now part of our culture. At first, you may have looked twice when someone dressed Goth, but now it's more of common thing. Excellent lens!

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      LouiseKirkpatrick 7 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      @JjPollack: Thanks JJ - this page is two and a half years old and has grown and evolved over time! I'm looking forward to reading some of your lenses - if you need any help, just give me a shout or use the forums on SquidU for lots of helpful advice from experienced lensmasters :)

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      JjPollack 7 years ago

      Damn - your stuff is really 'in-depth':) Some of these corsets lok a bit to 'cheap' to me, but it might be only my impression. Last one I really liked was something about 150 quid:)

      But neverthless - great stuff, my first lenses look very poor compared to this analysis:) Will have to work on it more. I've definitely picked up a few ideas from you.

      All the best

      JJ

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      Sue Dixon 7 years ago from Grasmere, Cumbria, UK

      This is one of my favourite lenses, so I've just revisited to drop a blessing on it!

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      LouiseKirkpatrick 7 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      @WhiteOak50: Thanks - I've featured your excellent Gothic Witch Clothing lens above!

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      WhiteOak50 7 years ago

      Thank you so much for blessing my Haunted Cemeteries lens! I am going to feature this lens on my Gothic Witch Style Clothing Lens. Beautifully done!!

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      LouiseKirkpatrick 7 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      @Yume Tenshi: I'm a Metalhead first and foremost - my love of Heavy Metal transcends all! I always wear black and have done for years and I do the leather and studs thing combined with lots of Goth jewelry. I'm an "original 80's Goth" so I'm getting a bit long in the tooth now! If I was younger, I'd probably get all colourful and experiment with Cyberpunk! I also LOVE all things Steampunk :)

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      LouiseKirkpatrick 7 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      @SacredCynWear: Thanks - I've featured your excellent Vampire Trends lens above!

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      Yume Tenshi 7 years ago

      Wow! What a great resource! You don't often find a lot of tips and advice for guys to dress goth, not even mentioning the make-up for guys! I loved the whole look of the lens. :) Do you dress goth, and if so, what is your favorite style? I think I'll dress the Victorian Goth way, and then my girl the Lolita style! :) Har! Great resource!

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      SacredCynWear 7 years ago

      Very nice lens, I am lensrolling this one and featuring it on my Vampire Trends lens!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      You make my dream come true!!