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How to rock the parties this year: Go the Goth style!

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How to rock the parties this year: Go the Goth style!

You’re at this party. It’s New Year and you are just sitting on the couch judging people and questioning why you are there because everyone is drunk and calling their ex or vomiting or making out. And you are just there like…. No! Should have stayed home with my squad. Then she catches your eye. The same outfit. In fact, on a closer observation, there are more like her in the crowd. Same color combinations and they look so gullible. You want to ask them to come sit with you and talk about amping up that look because honey, the...

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (2000s)

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (2000s)

EVOLUTION OF THE GOTHIC DRESS (PART IV) – 2000s It’s the 2000s and we start with the Gothic fashion that came along to show that Gothic fashion has also resounded in the ears of other cultures. We got a newly inspired theme of GothicLolita into the mainstream. Believed to have been originated in the Japanese culture, it had more for the Gothic dress than just fashion. It was rebellion at the best metaphorical level. The Japanese women had taken the form of creepy dolls that had something that the gothic culture was based on- the shock factor. They were the...

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1990s)

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1990s)

EVOLUTION OF THE GOTHIC DRESS (PART III) – 1990s  Finally, the trend of wearing the long, exaggerated clothes caught up with the Goths. The Gothic dress, inspired by the heightened by the popularity of the literature. The literature was talking about spookiness and pessimism; the early 90s indulged the Gothic dress in a very Victorian lens. The gothic dress was made with lots of frills and lace. Big, fluffy hairstyles and bangs came into fashion. Also, the accessories were huge chokers and feathers. The corset became popular. Aesthetics of the Gothic dress changed to being mysterious and graceful, quite contrary...

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1980s)

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1980s)

EVOLUTION OF THE GOTHIC DRESS (PART II) And the Batcavers are here! 1980s was definitely one of the starting points for the Gothic community. They brought with them heavy drastic changes in the Gothic dress along with makeup and a completely I-don’t-give-a-fuck attitude. They were bold, loud and quite noticeable with their outlook. Their sense of Gothic dress is all black with their fishnets, chokers, belts and really teased hair. This was the setting scene of the gothic dress in the 80s. And the Batcavers are here! 1980s was definitely one of the starting points for the Gothic community. They...

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1970s)

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How has gothic fashion evolved over the years? (1970s)

EVOLUTION OF THE GOTHIC DRESS (PART I) – 1970s The 1970s was the time of long dresses, long coats and long hair. Basically, an era where people were focused on flaunting elegance and aristocracy. Imagine being a realist in this culture. You can see through the façade of the people and it drives you nuts. You turn to music as a solace. What do you hear? Same old lyrics about the glorification of the culture you see around everywhere. While you eat, live and drink with the people around, with you and your real thoughts, you realize you so don’t...

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