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layvant asked:

26 Jan 2010

Okay, please don't hate me for this question...

So before you make any judgements about me, I'd just like you guys to hear me out.

I really wanna change out my style. I want a dramatic change in my style and personality. So the question I want to know is how would I be able to act...goth?

I'm not really sure how to ask this question, but I'm sick of who I am and I don't like myself at all. This is why I want to bring out who I've been trying to be for a long time. Also knowing some music would help, cause I'm also really bored of music on top of it all :/



barbipixi says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

gothic is a lil bit of some kind of religion mixed with black and deep/dark

usually a bit pessimistic personally not my cup of tea. i'm more the bubbly fun optimistic type. i was never preppy in school but i was a touch of punk and that is sooo fun and bright and happy!


kobywiggs says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

ok dont go goth.. dont be lame and depressed if you want a change try going scene your way to pretty lisen to pop punk and death metal be a strong woman..not pout y and depressed.. and the bondage pants kind of girl i can show you plenty of cool bands.. believe me im different i have gauged ears and tattoos and i am just happy as can be but goth is usually teens acting out and it is so a trend.. be yourself but if you dont kno how to be goth thats a good thing lol.. but hit me up and i can help you on the music thing for sure haha..:)


vampkisses says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

i wasnt to happy with myself either so im doing little things like i dyed my hair and im gonna try the scene look but i dont think you should change your whole personality you are who you are.try to think positive!


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

If you want to change for yourself, then change. But you should know the legitimate deriviations of the style/styles you are going for, any substyle and whatnot to choose one uniquely you.


Gothic subculture began in the United Kingdom during the late 1970s and early 1980s in the Gothic rock scene, an offshoot of the post-punk genre, pioneered by bands such as Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cure and Sisters of Mercy. It spread to continental Europe and North America in the 1980s. The goth subculture, although going through periods of decline, as in the late 1980s, has enjoyed several revivals and has continued to diversify and develop, with active subcultures in places such as London, Portland, Oregon, New Orleans and Toronto.

Its imagery and cultural proclivities indicate influences from 19th-century Gothic literature along with horror films and to a lesser extent the BDSM culture. The goth subculture has associated tastes in music, aesthetics, and fashion, whether or not all individuals who share those tastes are in fact members of the goth subculture. Gothic music has spawned a number of different styles and hybrids, including Coldwave, Ethereal Wave, Gothic metal and Neoclassical. Styles of dress within the subculture range from deathrock, punk, androgynous, Victorian, some Renaissance and Medieval style attire, or combinations of the above, most often with black attire, makeup and hair. Modern gothic novels and films, particularly the works of Anne Rice and Poppy Z. Brite, have been highly influential on the development of the sub-culture.

The one I think would Look Epic on you would be Aristocratic Gothic Lolita, or just Plain Gothic Lolita.

Gothic Lolita (known in Japan as gosurori, "goth-loli") is a mixture of the Gothic and Lolita fashion. The origins of the Japanese Gothic style can be traced back to the English New Wave Movement during the 1980s: however, the Japanese Gothic scene is fundamentally different from the Gothic subcultures of the west. This Gothic fashion has been adopted into the Lolita fashion through the use of darker make up, clothing, and themes in the design. Unlike other Lolita Styles, in Gothic Lolita darker colors are used for makeup. Red lipstick and smoky or neatly defined eyes, created using black eyeliner, are typical styles. The Gothic Lolita makeup is not as heavy or dramatic as the Western Gothic counterparts. Newer makeup styles emphasize lighter colors but still retain the heavy eye makeup. Though gothic style make-up is associated with a white powdered face, you will almost never see this on a gothic lolita.

The outfits themselves usually use dark color schemes like black, dark blues and purples; often with accents of white. As with western gothic subculture, cross jewelry and other religious symbols are also used to accessorize the gothic Lolita look. Other accessories, like bags and purses, are often in uncommon shapes like bats, coffins, and crucifixes.

Like many other Lolita fashions, the Japanese visual kei movement was responsible for helping to introduce and popularize the Gothic Lolita style. One artist in particular, Mana, a Japanese musician and fashion-designer, is considered to be the major force behind the popularization of the Gothic Lolita style, though he is not credited with creating it. Mana’s own Gothic Lolita fashion label, Moi-même-Moitié, has grown to be very successful. To describe the designs of his new label, he encouraged the use of the terms Elegant Gothic Lolita (EGL) and Elegant Gothic Aristocrat (EGA) .

Picture : Ali Project (Dark Elegant Gothic Aristocratic Style JP)


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

I Like Lydia's style , essentially Gothic, but Unique ( i wouldn't suggest anything crazy like her hair...but still the outfit is what's essentially Gothic to me.) Mind you you don't have to change your attitude for the worse, change it for the better, remember you're doing this for yourself and not to just fit into the Gothic Mold.


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

She's so Doll-like, this picture is effin' stunning end of story.


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010

btw, here's a site i found which has lots of gothic style items and accessories in case you wanted to look D:


gogosarahhappyheart says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2010



x_rawr_x says:

Posted on 31 Jan 2010

try this>> it has some gorgeous clothes on that one :)


layvant says:

Posted on 02 Feb 2010

oh thank you so much :)


layvant says:

Posted on 02 Feb 2010

i'd absolutely love help with music!

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