Goth

Goth Clothing

Inspired by bands such as Bauhaus, Siouxsie & the Banshees, The Cure, Fields of the Nephilim, and The Sisters of Mercy, and with references throughout our history, Gothic culture is all around us.

The Gothic revolution hit a high in the 1970’s disco era as a protest against the colorful pastels, and then again against the extravagance of the 1980’s.

Black hair, dark clothing and pale complexions provide the basic look of the Goth Dresser, with dark flowing capes, heavy boots, ruffled shirts, pale makeup and dyed hair.

Top alternative brands were adopted such as Dead Threads, Demonia, Hell Bunny, Living Dead Souls, Necessary Evil, New Rock, and Poizen Industries.

Recommended Shops:

Attitude Clothing is the UK’s original online retailer of men’s & women’s alternative clothing, streetwear and footwear.

Blue Banana is the UK’s home of alternative clothing, featuring designer emo, gothic, indie and scene fashion.

Kates Clothing – Definitive Alternative and Gothic Clothing for those who live to break the mold.

Soho’s is now online selling rockabilly, 50s dresses, goth, punk and emo clothes.