Fetish Goth

Fetish goth is an alternative subgenre of gothic fashion and culture that emphasizes sexual fetishism and BDSM themes. It often incorporates elements such as latex, leather, corsets, harnesses, spiked collars, and other BDSM-inspired accessories. Fetish goth style is often associated with the BDSM and fetish subcultures, and its fashion has influenced many aspects of contemporary […]

Vampire Goth

Vampire Goth, also known as Vampiric Goth, is a subgenre of the Romantic Goth subculture that incorporates elements of vampire mythology and aesthetics into its fashion and lifestyle. This subculture is inspired by vampire literature, movies, and legends, and the resulting fashion style is characterized by a combination of Gothic and Victorian elements with a touch of vampiric mystique. […]

Fairy Goth

Fairy Goth is a subgenre of the Goth subculture, a mix of Romantic and Hippie Goth, that incorporates elements of fantasy and nature, particularly the world of fairies. It is a style that celebrates the ethereal, magical, and mysterious, and often includes floral and butterfly motifs, delicate lace and sheer fabrics, and pastel colors. Inspiration Fairy Goths often draw inspiration from […]

Nu-Goth

Nu-Goth, also called “Modern Goth” or “Hipster Goth”, is the more modern type of subgenre of the Goth subculture that emerged in the early 2010s. Nu-Goth focuses more in the clothing aspect of Goth culture while still being deeply rooted to the Trad Goth subculture as it combines traditional elements of Goth fashion with other modern styles and influences of fashion music, […]

Industrial Goth

Industrial Goth is a subgenre of Gothic music and fashion that emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s, which combines the dark, atmospheric sounds and themes of Gothic rock with the aggressive, abrasive and industrial sounds of industrial music. Music Characteristics Characteristics It typically features electronic instrumentation, distorted vocals, and often includes elements of […]

Deathrock Goth

Deathrock goth is a type of goth subculture that emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s in Los Angeles, California with the genesis of Deathrock. Death Rock Goth could be classified between Trad Goth and Punk with their attire particularly influenced by ghoulish literature, undead comic characters, and punk rock music. Fashion Leather jackets or vests with studs, spikes, or patches Band t-shirts or tops […]

Romantic Goth

Romantic Goth is a subgenre of Gothic subculture that incorporates elements of Romanticism, a cultural and artistic movement that originated in the late 18th century during the Romantic Era (1770 – 1850). Compared to other variants of Goth, Romantic Goth is considered a relatively lighter and more cheerful form, with a focus on expressing oneself […]

Victorian Goth

Victorian Goth is a subgenre of Gothic subculture and culture that draws inspiration from the Victorian era, which spanned from the 1830s to the early 1900s. This style incorporates elements of Victorian fashion, such as corsets, bustles, lace, and high collars, and combines them with Gothic elements, such as dark colors, black clothing, and dramatic […]

Gothic Lolita

Gothic Lolita (ゴシック・ロリータ, goshikku rori-ta) is a type of Lolita Fashion that draws inspiration from victorian-inspired Goth styles popularized by Mana, a japanese musician. The most prominent feature of Gothic Lolita fashion is the combination of a cuteness and a “doll-like” appearance with the dressing codes of Visual-kei and Gothic subcultures, which are inherently different. […]

Trad Goth

Trad Goth (short for Traditional Goth), also called Batcave Goth and Positive-Punk Goth, is a type of Goth that emerged alongside the original gothic music genre in the late 1970s and early 1980s. As the name suggests, it is based on the gothic aesthetics and style from that era, making it the most “traditional” form […]

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