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Used to be a hardcore nu goth back in the day (2013-2016), i swear to god one day i opened my closet and was like "i don't fucking want to wear black anymore" and decided to change my style, also had a sadbbygirl nicole dollanganger phase briefly, i fucking loathe the goth community where i live so i guess that also made my transition easier, still enjoy goth music and the witch house/crystal castles esque stuff that the nu goth crowd on tumblr paraded around.
My style currently is………. weeb inspired, i take alot of notes from old shoujo and josei manga and dead-and-dying japanese fashions, but in a very subtle way that most people don't catch where im coming from.
Tbh I think I will never dress normie, i've arrived on a middle term where my style is out there enough that it feels like a way to express myself and a creative outlet but not obnoxious enough to put off people, alot of my normie colleagues ask where i got certain pieces and compliment my style.
Also interested, sounds neat.
I used to dress goth but basically, grew up. Now I'm only goth on the inside.
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Wow didn’t expect you guys to be so interested, im gonna draw some outfits i wear alot for yall later! i have a dry socket and can’t get out of bed atm
I try to basically think what a cute shoujo protagonist would wear that day, but more real life presentable, a silhoutte like pic related is exactly i tend to go for, but in a more normie color scheme, for example my coat and pumps are black and my dress is a dark teal, i feel like wearing jewel tones instead of pastels make me look less jaring, my ankle socks are sparkly lurex and I would be wearing a red purse tho still an extra bitch
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Awww I love the photo and description you wrote! I don't dress quite this cute myself but still extra considering the country I live in (and even more since I only work with scrotes on a daily basis).
Apparantly this illustration has been making the rounds on Twitter. I honestly like both styles but apparantly it sparked a debate over modern day styles not being feminine enough…
Yeah pretty much. https://wear.jp/sp/women-ranking/
Looking at a site like wear.jp will show you what’s trending in Japan outside of uggu jfashion looks. Androgyny and sporty like you said, lots of neutrals and beiges and oversized pieces.
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This is basically like >>145533
but with pants.
>>145593>This service is not available
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When I entered high school, with the limited resources available to me, I was wearing tight black clothing, heavy winged eyeliner, and gave myself a choppy emo haircut. I transitioned into a normie phase shortly after largely because of the influence of school friends.
Towards the end of high school I regained an interest in weirding out, shaved off some of my hair, experimented with men's shirts and trousers paired with '80s punk style makeup and flamboyant piercing jewelry. I started going to a lot of punk shows at this time and incorporated some staples into my wardrobe like a studded collar, patchwork jacket and combat boots.
As I developed a more active lifestyle I became more comfortable with early '90s streetwear styles. A couple of years into the '90s revivalism I was getting quite bored with my wardrobe and leaning into normie trends until I started collecting vintage clothing. Its been a few years now and I dress almost exclusively in vintage clothing from the 1930s-70s. It makes me happy, I have never had a wardrobe so diverse in colours, prints, fabrics and silhouettes. I love feminine, flamboyant, one of a kind pieces and the quality of vintage clothing. Kind of annoying niche thing to be into, but whatever. It's what I feel confident wearing.