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Gothic Lifestyle
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Gothic Fashion
This has many facets to it. Often dark and morbid, and sometimes erotic, it includes many different types of clothing and fashion. It includes cloaks, gowns, veils, stockings (often fishnet), corsets and its own unique style of makeup. A lot of the styles are from the Victorian era.

A typicaly fashionable goth outfit would usually consist of mainly black clothing, complimented with jewellery of different types, and quite often dyed hair. It realy is only restricted by the wearers imagination, and what they think they can pull off, gothic fashion can be very loose. It can include veils, very elaborate hair styles, extensive makeup, lots of buckels, leather, lace and / or rubber amongst other things. A lot of the time this look is complimented with body piercings and tatoos and sometimes body modification.

A large part of the gothic fashion subculture is about rejecting the mainstream values and conventions and doing what you want without the pressures of the media etc showing what 'natural' beauty / good looks are.

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