A celebration of the Gothic subculture.

Run by Arianna.

joanashino:

Not Your Fantasy © Shino

Being fetishized is not cool. Saying “I always had a thing for girls that *look* like you” is not cool. Stop. Ew. Get away from me.

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samaelandlilith:

There is no such thing as too many chiffon skirts
My new skirt!

samaelandlilith:

There is no such thing as too many chiffon skirts

My new skirt!
Submitted by lipstickonyourchampagneglass:

Time to go shopping for some lovely gothic clothing…. Hehe bring out the darkness in me…

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Time to go shopping for some lovely gothic clothing….
Hehe bring out the darkness in me…

Submitted by lipstickonyourchampagneglass:

Myself.

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Myself.

childishsince1997 said: I was wondering if you can have white blonde hair and ice blue eyes and still look the fashion

Of course you can! What a beautiful combination, you are very lucky to have it (I’m assuming you are asking for yourself)! 

This sort of thing, I find absolutely stunning:

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Gothic fashion can be anything that you make work, and white hair / icy blue eyes is something you can make look incredible. It’s a striking enough look as it is, adding some Goth to it will be awesome :)

creepykitteh said: Hey omg love your blog!!😍😍😍 please check mine out it make me so happy

Thank you so much! I’ll have a look :)

Submitted by filthyvictorianmademoiselle:

Model: Mademoiselle Karmahttp://facebook.com/mademoisellekarmamodel
Photographer: Ewiglich Photografie

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Model: Mademoiselle Karma
http://facebook.com/mademoisellekarmamodel

Photographer: Ewiglich Photografie

dreaming-for-distraction:

fuckyeahgothicfashion:

If anyone sees me at Bloodstock this weekend, don’t hesitate to say hi! I’d love to meet some of you :)

dreaming-for-distraction themightycaz traumacandy mistressred augustmercy georgie-chaos my-anxiety-world (people who responded to my last Bloodstock posts)

Hell yeah! Although I actually have no idea what you look like and will probably walk past you completely oblivious :D

There are plenty of photos of me on the blog /tagged/moi :) You’ll also find more on my personal blog samaelandlilith.tumblr.com/tagged/moi

If anyone sees me at Bloodstock this weekend, don’t hesitate to say hi! I’d love to meet some of you :)

dreaming-for-distraction themightycaz traumacandy mistressred augustmercy georgie-chaos my-anxiety-world (people who responded to my last Bloodstock posts)
Submitted by lipstickonyourchampagneglass:

night out need, fun times indeed

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night out need, fun times indeed

spookyloop:

When someone tells you your corset is too restricting, prove them wrong by having fun on a trampoline right in front of them.

spookyloop:

When someone tells you your corset is too restricting, prove them wrong by having fun on a trampoline right in front of them.

Gothic Animal Spine Rosary

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https://www.etsy.com/listing/196749942/glass-bead-and-spine-necklace-animal?

Gothic Rosary Style Animal Spine necklace 

Etsy $35

Anonymous said: hello :) I have a question about Victorian Goths. I think they're costumes are utterly amazing, but.... do they go to school/ work like that aswell ? ( not judging, just curious)

thejjt:

fuckyeahgothicfashion:

Hello :)

I would consider myself to be a Romantic Goth, but no, I don’t throw on the corset and bustle every day ;) I have just left school, at which I had to wear a uniform, and sadly I don’t know any other Goths who dress in the same vain in real life, so unfortunately I can’t give you an answer. 

Help from my followers perhaps?

(P.S. they’re not costumes)

I myself had a time when I was very into the Romantic style and I can tell you I wore it almost everywhere, unless it was just too frigin hot to bother with anything but cuttoffs and a vest! I was lucky that at time I was in uni so no one cared if I had lots of ruffles/waistcoats/top hats on :)

For the most part Victorian/Regency/Romantic styled Gothic apparel is considered formal, given that it tends to, at least in a masculine sense, include a shirt/cravat, waistcoat, jacket, trousers of some kind - I had some beautiful brocade ones, and some lovely velvet ones - and smart-ish shoes, my personal favourite were my leather winklepickers. Which of course in a study/work environment usually goes down quite well. Yes they tend to be somewhat more decorative/stylized than the contemporary suit but still formal none the less.

Thank you for this :)

princesssparklebat via fanmail:
For the person who asked about victorian goth clothes: I dress romantic goth pretty much all the time. I just wear less makeup and less fancy stuff when I’m casual (more morticia and less Marie Antoinette). So does my bf and about three girls in the local scene that I know of. Some people just wear all black lazy clothes when they are not at events though.
Thank you!
ofraindropsandrhinos said: Re: The question about Victorian Goths. It depends on the person, some people wear their bustles and corsets 24/7 and others do not. Its all a matter of personal preferences and circumstances.

Thank you for the input :)

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