Goth style – A sexy flame that just won’t burn out

[pay]By Webcake

Goth.  You know what I’m talking about.  Dark eye makeup, deep blacks, reds, and purples…sexy lace, hot dark dresses, chains, spikes, thorny roses.  Goth style has been around since the early 80s, and it’s not going anywhere any time soon. This makes webbycake very happy.

I’m not talking about those pink shoes wearing, blonde pigtails having, poofy backpack owning “goths”.  Those are just girls adapting punk/chic style, and while that’s still adorable, that is not at all what I’m talking about.

There’s truly nothing hotter than a girl with porcelain white skin and dark, spooky features crawling up to you with that yummy eerie look in her eyes.  Whether you’re the sort of goth that likes to wear big frocky-like lolita wear or striped stockings and tight band shirts, you’re still considered stylish in many fashion circles.  There’s just something worth clinging to when it comes to a style that’s survived decades upon decades.

There’s something about goth style that’s always bothered me;

Why are there still some fashionistas that shun goth style clothes, hair, and makeup?

Embrace it!  Sure, the trendy vamp-goths of today are a little annoying, but remember the REAL goths!  The girls that truly like the taste of blood, those sexy long black boots, raven black hair and rose red lips!  How could you not at least appreciate their beauty?

Well, whether you like the way they look or not, you have to deal with the fact that goths are here to stay.  Not only are there everyday goths, wearing their dark garb and makeup every day.

But there are plenty of fashion savvy, trend hungry women that take a break from their flesh colored leggings to tie on a corset and boots.  Lots of ladies nowadays are wiping off that pink lipstick to replace it with deep, dark black, and more and more girls are wearing dark, spooky, winged eye makeup at least once or twice a week.   It’s even gotten to the point where goth style is considered “edgy”, and looked at as a huge part of new age fashion, even though it’s been around for so long.

I’m not just an advocate of goth style clothing.  I’m also a big fan of goth cosmetics, and would like to promote this style as much as possible.  It’s just…so hot.


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