My three favorite fashions to combine with Goth. Total Essay title.
This odd indie trend that's going around Lookbook males
REIMAGINE FOR A MINUTE
Military Shirt- Mother
The Craft tshirt- firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewelry- Claire's, custom, flea marketOkay. Look at the same similarities.
- Layered tops
- Many bracelets
- Skinny jeans (that are not in my picture)
- Look at my jewelry. Skulls, crosses, an ankh, spikes, studs. Goths like those, right?
- My t-shirt says "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board" a line from the Goth-popular movie, The Craft.
- Creepers aren't exclusive to Goths anymore, but hey, I'm wearing them.
Scene-Indie Kid FashionWe all know Scene Kids. After they left MySpace, they sort of morphed into indie and now their hair isn't as straight and they're not as bright.
I've always been fascinated.
By the fashion and hair, not any scenies personally.
The Cure tshirt- Tshirt Subway
Cheetah print skinnies- Mother
Cardigan- Old Navy
The glasses are just for fun. I would MOST LIKELY never wear them in public.
The scene-indie staples here?
- Long, flippy, shaggy fringe.
- The cardigan over a tshirt
- CHEETAH PRINT SUPER SKINNY JEANS
- Band shirt
- The Cure t-shirt
- Everything done in black. Well, that's not Goth, it's Goth-favored.
- I'd probably wear platform sneakers. Black (fake) leather platform sneakers are totes Goth.
80s/90s FashionI wasn't there. Everything I've learned, I've learned from watching TV shows and movies and music videos from those time periods and listening to my mother.
My mother was a Goth- well, Dark Alternative- in the late 80s-early 90s but didn't know what it was.
All of my inspiration comes from pictures.
Acid-washed denim jacket- Thrift Store
Necklaces- Mother, flea market, Claire's
Feather Earring- Stolen from a friendSimilarities
- Teased up hair (IT'S NOT AS PRETTY WITH A FULL UNDERCUT OKAY)
- Layered necklaces
- Denim jacket
- Lone dangly earring
This is what I like and what I deem as inspired.