The Colour Scheme
Developing Your Own Goth Look
An Overview of Goth Fashion for Gentlemen
Oh, and the Goth 'look' of course consists of more than just clothes and accessories - there's your hair and make-up to consider as well.
Goth Make-Up - Where to Begin?
Your Handy Guide To Scary Hair
Now, there is a lot more to dark fashion than simply bunging on some black clothes and paleface make-up. No, really. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of sub-genres and styles of Goth and dark alternative fashion, all of which draw from different inspirations, are affiliated with different types of dark music, and some of which even have a unique club scene within the already-thriving world of Goth/alt festivals, events and nightlife.
Below are links to posts describing and illustrating many of these different styles and subsets. Please note that this is not, and never will be, an exhaustive list because each person is individual and will have their own unique take on this style.
Notes on Goth fashion style posts
Dark Fairy Goth
Celtic and Pagan Goth
Dark fashion is otherworldly, creative, elegant, quirky, spooky, and ever-changing to reflect the lifestyles, attitudes and aesthetic preferences of those who wear it.