unique, though generally
dark, style that should not be labeled by rights. However, society loves
to label goth as a general
term for people
who wear: a lot of black, seem withdrawn a lot in public, wear heavy
metal shirts, wear dark make-up, and are actually talented at subjects on the creative
side, like writing.
It's not about how many chains one can wear, it's about overall thought, acceptance, and certain
tastes. For example, you can't be seen as gothic walking around in a polo from
American Eagle. But, the limits of dark colored clothing and "dark" accesories range in variety and it's up to the individual. KEYWORD: Inidivdual
Gothic music ranges in genres like darkwave, industrial, trance, techo, electronica, heavy
metal, alternative rock, and so on and so forth. The music is generally
solemn sounding, in some
way, and very creative
The places to easily find "gothic" clothing would be Hot Topic or Spencer's. Also, check out local thrift stores or online sites.
Above all, it's about being yourself
outside that margin so many people
feel almost too comfortable within. "Goths" are not mean.
Stuck up person: Look
at them, they wear a lot of black and look
depressed, so they must worship Satan along with that
creepy Marilyn Manson dude. Wow, let's stay away from those scary freaks. They're goth